Tuesday, 15 December 2009

Christmas Wreaths

This will be my last post for 2009.
We plan to spend Christmas and New Year in Thailand so the next few days will be very busy.
What better way to end the year and wish everybody a blessed Christmas time than with a collection of wreaths. I love wreaths. It is such a great way to welcome friends, family and good vibes into your home.

A great way to use leftover ribbing or recycled sweaters.

via Craftzine

For those of us in the warmer climates, a wreath that keeps on growing
even after the holiday season is over.

via Craftster

Fresh radishes! The ideal colour combination for Christmas.
From Sunset

via Craftzine

What to do with all the old magazines lying around the house?
How about a modern rolled paper wreath?
From Ragandbone

via Craftzine

Ideal for a crafter/seamstress/quilter with loads of leftover fabric scraps.

From Lindamade

via Craftzine

We've all seen the little felted balls in the craftshops and wonderded what to do with them.
Well, why not make a colourful wreath?

From Pickles

For a splash of colour and creativity make a wreath from canvas and buttons>
From Alisa Burke
via OnePrettyThing

My favourite!
From Sappymoosetree
via Craftzine

Felt rosettes - beautiful in white, but multicoloured would by great too...
From domestifluff
via OnePrettyThing

Loads of sweets over from Halloween? Why not make a wreath?
From Skip to my Lou via OnePrettyThing

May you all have a blessed and loving Christmas and holiday.
Have lots of fun and laughter,
but let us not forget what Christmas is really all about:
"Today in the town of David a Saviour has been born to you:
he is Christ the Lord."
Luke 2:11

Merry Christmas!


Andrea said...

I love your work!

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