I didn't tell you one of the best things about my Cookie Exchange with the MOPS last week...
One of the mums, Amy, showed us a wreath she'd made and took orders for more...
Today I drove down to her small town and met her and a friend for lunch, and got to take home this wonderful hand-made wreath I'd ordered! It was a lovely chance to meet up in a French café, chat, and relax. And our front door looks better than it's ever done before...
Wonderful wreath Floss, I'm not surprised you are thrilled with it. Looks fabulous on your front door. Much more impressive than my little one that keeps falling off!
I love that wreath I tried to make an apple orange wreath and I thought it was so pretty I hung it on a wall INSIDE the house and it started to mold and stuck to the wall. It was the first year Phil and I were married I wonder if he thought what have I got myself into!!!
Lovely wreath - so festive and it looks great on your door.
The wreath is beautiful! Good enough to eat, in fact!
What a lovely wreath! I do love the freshness of it. I don't have one this year as I just can't decide how to decorate it. How pathetic is that??
The wreath is really lovely, and I bet it smells ever so nice as well with those yummy spices on it. And I have to say, that front door is beautiful, even without a wreath on it.
That is really lovely. What a talent. I admit to having a fake one which I suppose is better than nothing but I really must try and do better next year. Your door looks very festive.
That is one of the nicest wreaths I have ever seen, beautiful and oh so welcoming. I usually make my own so hoping not too much snow and wind to contend with when I go gathering this weekend.
Gorgeous wreath :)
I am trying to make one this year - I may get cross & give up soon though!!
stunning.. knock knock.. may we come in? Love Helen, Darcy and Bingley xx
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