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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

October Door Wreath

Hello OcTObER!!!
I bought a metal ring, some black tulle and orange ribbon from hobby lobby and made
my door a much needed October wreath. 
I took 1 whole roll of black tulle (25 yards) and cut it into 2 1/2 inch pieces and tide them all around the ring.  Added the ribbon and your done!  It's kinda spooky and chic all in one :)


Simply Mommy said...

Very cute! I need a wreath for my door, this could be what I end up doing! :0)

Daisy Day said...

So clever!!! I love your ideas. Thank you.

Kimbo West @ a girl and a glue gun said...

turned out great! i love it...still girly but still festive!

emmylou said...

LOVE it! I am definitely trying this! Thanks!

Cindy said...

Love this idea. It would be great to make for any holiday.

Thanks for sharing!

- Brittany said...

Oh that is fabulous! Thanks so much for sharing. Also, my husband is a Type 1 diabetic.


Meg said...

Oh, I love this! What a great idea. It turned out so cute!

Daphne said...

Love the black tulle...great idea! I featured you on my blog today!

Here's the link:

Thanks for the inspiration & have a happy day! :)

Courtney McAulay said...

Wow, this is so cute! I made one exactly like it a couple weeks ago! I guess great minds think alike! ;)


Pistolmom said...

I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!
It's sooo me :)

Staci at Craftify It ! said...

I'm featuring this on my blog today! Please stop by and grab a "I've been Featured Button" off my sidebar!

Amanda said...

I just wanted to stop by and let you know that I linked to this post today from the Home & Garden channel at Craft Gossip. :)

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Kim @ Sand and Sisal said...

Hi there! I'm visiting from Jen's party tonight. Your wreath project looks easy, light, and festive! What a great project for the kids to help with! Thanks for sharing! Have a great evening.- Kim