Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Jo..it's gorgeous! You are so creative!
I'll bet the wreaths smell as good as they look.
Wow, that's pretty Jo. I can't make dead flowers and such look that way. However, I sure would sit that somewhere for all to see in my home!
Lovely, and also environmentally sound. To take dried things and turn them into art -- well, I echo Pastor Sharon, although I think my birdies would see it as nest art!
Flowers: The gift that keeps on giving!How creative and how beautiful.Wonderful idea.
What a gorgeous wreath and what a lovely way of marking the season's passing. You are a busy bee today :)Blessings, Star
Beautiful wreath girl! Thats what I do for a living. It would be nice to have your own stuff to make the wreaths. You have done an excellent job. Where are you going to put it?
Nice to read that you all liked the wreath, I tend to have several of them scattered throughout the house, and potting shed.This particular wreath is sitting on the open door of an old antique sharecroppers pantry cabinet.
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