Monday, November 7, 2011

'Tis the Season for a Wreath

Hello, Friends!

Now that Halloween is behind us, it's time to think about Thanksgiving and Christmas.  :)  I love Thanksgiving.  We have it at our home every year.  We have everyone bring a dish and my hubby cooks the turkey/stuffing/mashed potatoes and gravy.

After dinner, we go around the table and tell everyone what we are thankful for.  I love to hear the stories and reasons of each blessing.

This wreath by Deena would be a great addition to my front door.  For Thanksgiving and Christmas! 

Cut thin craft metals into a variety of shapes. Emboss with embossing folders of your choice. Paint embossed metals. Let dry and then sand to reveal raised design. Punch holes in the painted, embossed metals and tie with string to form ornaments. Attach ornaments to a store-bought wreath and place on wreath stand.


Other Supplies: Craft Metal, Hole Punch, Paint, Sandpaper, Store-bought Wreath, Store-bought Wreath Stand, String

Happy Crafting!

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1 comment:

  1. this is very pretty. i might take a few ideas and run with it. i have pine trees and cones, and also some fresh red berries on my crabtrees. thank you for sharing. also have the 'sending christmas love' embossing set.


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