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I had a really hard time taking this picture and it looks much better in person... the buttons, i bought at Joann's when they have sales.



Melinda
 
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I really like this wreath. At xmas time you could add a few red berries to tart it up. Good Job. TFS Liz
 
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I was thinking a wide red ribbon to hang with.
But berries may be better. Thanks
Melinda
 
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That is so pretty. Why not berries and a red ribbon for Christmas?
 
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I am sure the pictures do not do this justice, these wreaths are beautiful. Amazing job on these.
Donna H.


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Thank you everyone... They def. take time in doing them, but the end result are worth it.
Melinda
 
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I love the bling that you have added to it. It also would look good hanging on a colored door as it is.
 
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Nice, but speaking of bling, why not adorn these natural wreaths with faux jewels/jewelry next time? The coupling of the rustic pinecones with gleam, glitz and glitter will be unexpected, memorable and festive for the otherwise bleak winter months. Utilize gold or silver costume jewelry featuring rhinestone, faux gems and pearls where buttons were previously used.
 
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Well I had the buttons on hand... And I use my faux bling jewelry for other things... I respruced a wonderfully heavy mirror... I got it from a free pile and it looks like the one you see at Macy's cosmetic counters... The silver was pitted so I added bling to the edges... The one side of the mirror was cracked... So I added a line of bling over the crack... Works for me!
Melinda
 
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Melinda, Your wreath is beautiful. You are very creative. Thank you for sharing. Marylee
 
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Right now we're almost finished with a blue one.. My friend wanted to do this for her mother in law for Easter... She did all the work except for the putting together... I'm helping... I'll take pics and share when finished.. Hopefully that will be Monday! Melinda
 
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