Making this coastal wreath was easy and the best part for me was that I didn't need to buy anything new for it. All of the items were in my craft stash or in my box of items that I know I want to repurpose. Every year I like to make a new coastal wreath for our front door. This one is a combination . . .
I am so looking forward to fall, but the temperatures in Charleston remain summer like. With the days still sweltering, putting up a fall wreath just doesn't seem right, but I was ready for a change. Making a transitional wreath was the way to go. This late summer wreath . . .
Ok, so it's not quite September, not quite fall and beach weather is still here. But, I was ready to start making some new fall decor anyway! I've been seeing lots of fall wreaths already and I'll admit that spurred me into action. This grapevine wreath took less than thirty minutes to . . .
I'm enjoying creating several Valentine's Day decor items this year. Typically, I don't decorate for Valentine's Day until the day of, but this year, I'm changing things up. I've decided to put together a Valentine's mantel and this little wreath is going to be a focal point. To make this, I . . .
As soon as the first cool breeze blows in, I'm ready for a nice cup of hot tea or hot cocoa. I like to set up a display area for them for autumn and winter. I'll change things out seasonally. For autumn, I use lots of warm colors and fall themed items. I set it all out on top of my wine rack which . . .
A little pop of color can make all the difference. Taking a grapevine wreath from bland to eye catching was the goal I set. I was trying to decide on decor for my autumn mantel and I knew I wanted to use this grapevine wreath. Deciding how to take the look up a few notches was the fun part. . . .