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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Autumn Splendor (Episode 2)

***Sorry, if this post is a bit hard to follow.  I have just started feeling the effects of the miserable Ohio Head Cold that I get at least once a year and I feel a bit cloudy as I am writing this***

As I mentioned during my last post of Autumn Spledor, I love to dabble in many crafts other than paper crafting.  I thought this would be a good opportunity to share with you a few of the Autumn wreaths I created last year.  I think the only reason I haven't gotten my wreath goodies out, is because they are tucked away, in a corner, under my craft table.  Not easily accessible.  And, honestly, I have been loving working with paper and digis and all things card and scrappy related (he he he).

I have often thought I should gather the wreaths, lights, flowers, and lovely additional creative goodies to work on a wreath or two (or ten).  Maybe this post will motivate me to do just that.


Here are a few of the ones I took pictures of before handing out to family, friends, and neighbors.

This one was given to our wonderful neighbors
My daughter made this one (it's actually a tear-shaped basket, not a wreath)
I don't recall exactly where this one ended up, but I just adored the scarecrows on it!
 


Because I am feeling a bit under the weather, I apologize for not getting the RECIPE specs or the tutorial up and going along with this post.  However, if you are interested in learning a few tricks of completing a wreath yourself, I will gladly give you all the details.  Just pop over to my personal blog and leave me a message, and I will work on getting the info to you!

I am so happy that you joined us today...YOU ARE DIVALICIOUS!!!

3 comments:

NickelNook said...

I'm so sorry you're under the weather Jessica! I must say your post made perfect sense to me...so I'm not quite sure if that's good or bad! lol Your Fall projects are all beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing them!...Nancy :o)

Karen L said...

Sorry you're feeling bad Jessica, but glad you posted those gorgeous autumn home decor pieces! I used to do a lot more crafting than I do now (mostly papercrafts thee days) and it's fun to see what others come up with! Love those autumn colors!

Jessica said...

Thanks Nancy and Karen! Green Tea, Green Tea, Green Tea (LOL)
:O)
Jessica