Friday, January 21, 2011

Love is in the air!

For Valentine's Day, of course!  The house always feels so bare after all the Christmas decorations come down so I am working on a few Valentine's projects!

I decided I need a wreath on the door and have been wanting to make a yarn wreath so thats what I did!   I made several different types of flowers from felt and fabric and clustered them together! I love how it tuned out.  What do you think??






I think I may add a bow to the top but overall I just love it!
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7 comments:

  1. Looks fantastic! Love the different flowers! Thanks so much for linking up! Always nice to see a new face! Would you mind adding my button or link to your post or somewhere on your blog?! Thanks!

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  2. I found you through Tatertots and Jello's link party! You did a great job with this wreath! I love the variety of your flowers on there!

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  3. Looks fantastic!I love the variety of your flowers on there!

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  4. Lisa, This looks fabulous! Love the added embellishments. Thanks so much for linking to the Sunday Showcase; I greatly appreciate it. Hope you had a wonderful weekend. I'll be featuring this today; stop by and grab a featured button if you like ~ Stephanie Lynn

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  5. VERY CUTE, probably one of the favorite wreaths I have seen! love the flowers you made and the different textures it offers. Well done. Jen

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  6. Hi There you have been FEATURED AT CraftOManiac. Thanks & winks-jen

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  7. I love your wreath! The flowers are adorable. Definately one of my favorites TOO!!

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