Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Wreath's I Made

I enjoyed doing these wreaths this weekend. So easy and inexpensive. The main expense is the balls  and the wreath. I picked this one up at the Goodwill. It cost me about $7.00 to make.

This one was fun as well. I bought the wreath at the Dollar Store for about $3.00. This one is smaller than the blue one so it was a little less expensive. Total cost $5.00.

We have heard the 'S' word in our weather forecast this morning. But it isn't and hasn't snowed yet today. It is warming up into the mid 40's today so that is not likely. But I am hoping for some white stuff again this year. Here in the south along the Gulf Coast it is a holiday if we get snow.

Check out the blooms in the next post. Probably the last till spring.

Hope you all have a wonderful day.


Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

The wreaths are pretty. A friend made a similar wreath for me a couple years ago.

FlowerLady said...

Both are very pretty Becca.


Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Becca they are lovely, you have done a lovely job here. Diane

imac said...

"Let it snow" ah, thats our header choice this week,lol.

Beautiful shots you have captured.

Star said...

We've been covered in snow here in England.
I like your wreaths. They look so pretty. I've never made one. What do you attach the balls to the wreath with?
Do you make your own ribbon bows?
Blessings, Star

Kay said...

Wow these are really pretty. You are so creative.

Kay said...

Also wanted to mention that I love your Christmas background. Did you create that too?

Deb said...

I really like your wreaths and great prices too..

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Gorgeous wreaths, Becca. You are quite creative... I love wreaths. In fact, my blog tomorrow is featuring some of my wreaths (none of which I made)... ha


Far Side of Fifty said...

Pretty Wreaths!:)

Bonnie said...

Love the blue wreath. I make real ones for a tree farm and I usually do 2 blue ones. They sell but the red and burgundy colors are most popular. I would love to do purple but I don't know if that would sell. I like the different, non-traditional wreaths.