I love your home made wreath. Looks expensive like the ones you buy in Michaels for an arm and a leg....you did a great job.
I love the colors in that wreath, they are so bold and beautiful together. It took me a minute to realize that there was a scarecrow on it too, very nice!
I like all the colors. :O)
What a lovely first touch of Fall!
Oh I can't bear to call the wreaths, its such a sad word, I prefer garland, which sounds happy and celebratory. Any which way, you did a lovely job on this one, well done :D
Just lovely and perfect for this time of year. Come see my Autumn Table Setting Post! Don't forget to click on the "Follow" button so we can share in our creativity!
Love your blog. We are neighbors! I am over here in Indiana, where I help my husband farm, and together we are raising our two girls. I know all about late blooming. I married at 39 and had our girls at 40 1/2 and 42 1/2. ( I always say when you are that old and pregnant, you get to count the 1/2 years!) ;-) They are now almost 6 & 8!Stop by for a visit to the farm at www.walkingtheoff-beatenpath.blogspot.com
Lovely wreath, I love the bright colors!
Great job, it looks so beautiful:))Hugs, Biljana
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