I've been on a bit of a wreath kick lately.
I have enjoyed layering natural elements with soft fabrics, textures, and some glitz!
This first wreath I made for a friend of mine to hang on a black front door. She wanted it visible but not "overly ostentatious" . I used a straw wreath layered with a grapevine wreath.
I love the icy pine cones :)
I made this one for another friend of mine. She loves purple, but her husband isn't as big of a fan, so I tried to make it a little understated. It's layering of the grapevine and straw wreaths again that I wrapped with a really vintage-looking violet fabric that helped it not be SO purple.
I made this one for my mom. I like the color combination on this one. I hung it with a wide red ribbon and it brought the color full circle.
This one, well two - I have a double front door - I made for myself this past Autumn. I have a covered porch, so I felt it was okay to use feathers in the arrangement. I love all the different textures.
Apparently I liked layering the wreath frames this year.
And this is a couple that I made for myself for Christmas. Sorry, the pictures aren't really clear. I wrapped a straw frame and then rolled the edges of paper circles in glitter and then stuck them onto the frame like 'flowers'. I really love these wreathes! I used them last Christmas and they weathered so well, that I am using them again this year!
Thanks for looking!