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Here you will find a variety of topics ranging from family, pets, cooking and crafting.
I love to do craft shows featuring country, prim and Americana items I have made.
We reside in Williamsburg, Virgina far far away from my hometown of Seattle, Washington. I love to tell about both places!
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I'm getting ready for spring! The dreary winter has me looking for some brighter colors. I went shopping around town looking for spring wreaths and found some lovely really full ones costing $19 and up. However I was looking for something simple and sweet and at a lower price because I would be needing several.
Look here. Spring garland came into American Harvest in Williamsburg just this week. It was exactly the style I was looking for. They were priced at $15 and 20% off. So I bought one to experiment if I could make a wreath with it. It worked very well so I went back and bought the last three she had on hand! I would have bought more if they were available.
I just twisted the little branches around until I was satisfied with the look.
Time to take down the Christmas berry wreath from the pantry door.
I like the spring replacement and it looks so cheery!
I have a hook at the top of the window casing to hang the wreaths on each kitchen nook window.
Here are the windows with the Christmas wreaths.
Changing to the spring berry wreath.
The windows look cheery. Click to enlarge photo!
I'm glad I DIDN'T buy the really full wreaths at the higher price because it would have covered the view of the yard, woods and especially the bird feeder that we so enjoy!