Tuesday, December 17

W is for Wreath

I am on with my Christmas cards as we speak but I did my wreath . I ran a workshop at our village hall some time ago - I think we did well! Good thing about taking photographs is we can look back for inspiration.....plenty here!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

This is mine - 2013 from greenery from my morning walk.

 
 

29 comments:

  1. These are lovely Denise - it always amazes me just how attractive ivy can be at this time of year.

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  2. Plenty of inspiration there and I need it, slim pickings here. Blogger is not letting me see your last photo though.

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  3. Oodles of gorgeousness! Should have gone out and got my greenery today - brilliant sunshine!
    I do like the trad one with holly and ivy best.
    Thank you for showing us yours and your 'student' creations.
    Wishing you a Merry Yuletide! xxx

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    1. Thank you Sandie - greetings back to you xxxx

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  4. What incredible wreaths! And I love yours, Denise! Hope you have a very Merry Christmas!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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    1. Thank you Leslie xxxxx They are easy to make. xxx

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  5. These are beautiful. You did a fabulous job. How creative you all are.

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    1. Thank you xxxxxx As I said so easy next year I'll do a blog step by step guide xxx

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  6. Love your wreath and all the wreaths. Nice to see the ladies of the village oing such beautiful work.

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  7. Beautiful, and so creative. It must have been fun too and your workshop very much appreciated.

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  8. Many talented WREATHERS (is that a WORD?)
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  9. Perfect seasonal post for "W"! O love all of them, but the yellow edged Holly is my favorite.

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  10. What gorgeous wreaths, and all so different. Your village must look very festive.

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  11. Beautiful wreaths, especially yours!
    The first trees I learned about were the two holly trees in my grandparents' front yard. Then I had to learn "not all trees bite"!
    I think of those two holly trees every Christmas.
    Wishing you and yours all the best of the season!
    K

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  12. wow you have been busy with all those wreaths

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  13. Just alittle ask, did you use a pre-formed base or just wire it up into a circle?
    Years ago, i used to make mine using straw wired into a circle, wet it thoroughly and then put the greeery in, spraying it with rain water most days to keep it fresh.

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  14. Nice to share with a group of people ~ Very attractive and different variations. I think I'll gather some festive greener for my window boxes ~ now on tomorrow's list.

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  15. All the wreath are lovely. Do they dry or do you mist them ?

    cheers, parsnip

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  16. Wonderful creations.
    They look beautiful.

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  17. Those are gorgeous--especially the holly!
    ann

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  18. Oh that looks like such fun. I cheated and bought one at the store. At least it is made with real evergreens so it smells nice when you come in the front door. - Margy

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  19. BEAUTIFUL!
    Loved them all and yours was GORGEOUS! You're very clever!
    Maggie x

    Nuts in May

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  20. Homemade wreaths are the best and these are all just lovely!

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Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

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