Wednesday, March 6, 2013


Good morning, everyone!
Moving on with the Spring decor! :)

Today, I am sharing a small wreath I just made last week for my kitchen window. 
 I was trying to work with what I already had, so the cost of this project was zero dollars.

I used left over burlap from previous projects to make the burlap flowers and I mixed them with some faux flowers 
 I already had. To hang it up, I used a pretty green ribbon.
Very easy and simple, but I think it dressed up my window a little bit.

And this is how it turned out.
I apologize in advanced for the quality of the pictures.
I can NOT take a picture on front of a window to save my life! :)

I know I am not using the right setting, but I am still trying to figure it out. Any advice? So, meanwhile, I had to close the wood blinds so I could show you more than a big white blur.


I think I may keep this wreath up all year and just change it for the different seasons. What do you think?

Thank you for visiting!
Enjoy the rest of your week!


  1. Beautiful! What a great idea for the cook to have a touch of beauty while cooking.

  2. Your wreath turned out very lovely. I especially love the burlap flowers. This is definitely a keeper ~

  3. Oh, your wreath is beautiful! I have been wanting to make some burlap flowers but I haven't gotten around to it yet... it's on my list!! Enjoy your day, Gail

  4. Your wreath is wonderful and so very "Spring-like!" I truly think some of our best creations come from our already existing stashes, and that makes them all the more special.


  5. You make the prettiest wreaths! And your photos are definitely pinnable! :)

  6. That is such a pretty wreath! I love the soft colors & the flowers.

  7. You should keep it up through the summer. I blends so well with the rest of your decor. How do you make the burlap flowers?

  8. Very pretty! I'm going to have to learn how to make those burlap flowers!!!

  9. I keep on telling you: You are a wreath expert! I love the burlap flowers!


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