School Wreath Tutorial

Yesterday I showed you the crayon nametag I made for back-to-school night for Isaac’s teacher.  Well I didn’t want the nametag to sit in a desk drawer all year.  So I made a school wreath to display the nametag.  When a teacher wants to wear it she can just take it off the wreath.  While she isn’t wearing it she has a wreath to display in her classroom.

school wreath

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4th of July Wreaths

Last week I showed you how I made the paint stick “God Bless America” sign as part of my patriotic wall decor. I also added a trio of mini ruffle wreaths to a chalkboard barnwood frame that I will show you today.  You have seen my ruffle wreaths before I know.  I made some Thanksgiving {…Read More…}

Summer Succulent Wreath with Wood Slices

Hello sweet readers of Infarrantly Creative, Laura of Finding Home back once again to share a monthly project. This time, we are making a wreath, just in time for summer – with faux succulents. I recognize that succulents are suppose to be hard to kill, but I manage to do so just the same. This wreath is filled with faux succulents bought at the craft store as well as ones made from wood branch slices.

Summer Succulent Wreath

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Wood Slice Mini Wreaths

Laura from Finding Home is back to share her wood slice mini wreaths with us.  They are super charming and a way to bring some rustic into your table or wall decor.  Laura loves natural and reclaimed elements in her home.  I can just imagine her family (who I have met!) enjoying a meal around this gorgeous table setting.  And there is no need to chop wood yourself – read on to find out how she did it. WoodSliceMiniWreathChristmasPlaceSetting_thumb

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