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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Updated Burlap Wreath

Once the Cranberry Christmas wreath came down, I decided to update my burlap rosette wreath so I could put it back on the door. After a trip to Michaels and $1.25 (using a coupon) spent, I changed out the leaf pinecone cluster for this spring branch looking cluster. I figured it would work for Valentines day with pink in it and also work for the springtime! Too bad spring isn't here yet... winter is not my favorite.

Here it is updated: (excuse the lighting, it was taken at night with the flash)


Before in the fall:


And it only took a few minutes to tie on the new branch! I did add a bit of hot glue to where some of the rosettes weren't attached to the wreath as securely as they used to be.

To see how to make one of these wreaths yourself, go here for when my mom made one over the summer.

Spring please HURRY UP!



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22 comments:

  1. That is awesome! I am making a heart wreath with burlap this weekend...

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  2. Cute! I keep a burlap wreath on our door almost all year too and change out the accessories...It's so easy! My favorite is a large white pencil starfish on the side for summer :)

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  3. This is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

    Jessica @ http://myworldmadebyhand.blogspot.com

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  4. I loooove the wreath! And as soon as I saw your "go tigers" I knew I had to follow you :)

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  5. So Cute! Would love for you to add to my Thursday Treasure Party @
    www.the treasurista.blogspot.com

    Thanks,

    The Treasurista
    Finding and Creating FUN things...

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  6. I just spent like an hour reading all your lovely projects! I love them all- I want to award you with the Stylish Blogger Award! If you'd like, head on over to my blog to see how to accept it! I can't wait to see more projects.

    ALSO!! I live north of Charlotte on Lake Norman, so we're almost neighbors!

    Happy Weekend!

    -Kait

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  7. I love burlap! So rustic looking, I like the green front door too!

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  8. Hi, stopping over from C.R.A.F.T linky party. I love this. I'm so excited to see a project using burlap since I have a pile of it waiting to be used. I love that this is spring-y without being pastel. I was looking for something more classic for my spring (if it ever comes) door decoration. This is it!

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  9. I'm loving wreaths right now...I've been wanting to try one with burlap. I love this!

    By the way, I am hosting a giveaway right now that you might be interested in!

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  10. Cute wreath! I love the texture! Found you through Rook 17.

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  11. ah it is amazing what you can do with burlap!! Love how this looks!! Thanks so much for linking up to handmade tuesdays @ ladybug blessings!

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  12. This looks so nice! Great job:) I'm a new follower, I found you on Someday Crafts. ~Angi

    http://creativebliss-angi.blogspot.com/2011/02/love-monsters.html

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  13. Love this! I'll be trying my hand soon. (Came to you from Someday Crafts.)

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  14. Great job on this project! Love the twist on plain old burlap
    Christine
    greatoakcircle.com

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  15. I have not seen the burlap in rosettes! I am loving it!!! Super cute!

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  16. I've been thinking of doing something with burlap lately...I love the rosettes - your wreath turned out beautifully!

    http://www.shannonsews.blogspot.com

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  17. Cute, cute, cute wreath-love the rosettes and the burlap-gotta make me one too! I'm your newest follower, come by for a visit-Claire

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  18. Love a wreath that can be easily changed out for the seasons! It's great. :-)

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  19. Love it! I want to make one so bad, and go firgure that our fabric store in town doesn't sell burlap so I have to wait to make a trip to the city! (boo) Thank you so much for linking up at DotDotDot, it made my day! I will be featuring this!
    Thanks girl!
    Tasha

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  20. I was so thrilled to see that you linked up this creative project too! You're an all-around talent and I'm so happy to have you be a part of "A Little Birdie Told Me..." Jenn

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