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Monday, August 21, 2017

Cotton Wreath Made from a Cotton Garland

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This summer I spent most of my time getting projects done for my grand daughter's upcoming wedding.  Then it had to be postponed.  Her fiance' is in the Marines and is being deployed. Since she has her heart set on a fall barn wedding she decided to wait till next fall.    So, I began putting all the things away - done projects, parts of projects and supplies to make more projects when I came across a piece of cotton garland I had leftover from one of the projects we did. 

                               COTTON WREATH MADE FROM A COTTON GARLAND



Vintage, Paint and more... a cotton wreath made by wrapping a cotton garland in a circle and adding a ribbon bow, hanging on a chicken wire window frame




While I stood there holding it I started winding it up in a circle to place in one of the tubs and then I had a "duh" moment.  Why not make it into one of those cotton wreaths I have been wanting for so long.  (I just didn't want to pay the price they are asking for them.)  I don't really have a tutorial for this as I simply wound the garland around in a circle and tied it with twine in a couple of places to hold its shape.  (Sometimes I am experimenting with an object and wind up with a finished product before I can even think about taking pictures.)  Then I added a pretty little black and white check bow to the top.  And, in 10 minutes time, I had one of those cute little cotton wreaths.  Isn't it funny how ideas are born at the most unlikely moments.  

Vintage, Paint and more... cotton wreath made from a cotton garland hanging on a chicken wire picture frame, egg basket with crochet threads, diy painted and stenciled milk bottles with daisies, vintage lamp,

I hung it on my chicken wire window frame in our hallway and I have to say I  love it.  I love how it pops against the wire and the black frame.  I love that it looks so vintage and just adds to this little vignette. And I love that I was able to use something leftover instead of throwing it out.  

 Have you had a "duh" moment lately and made something unexpected for your home?   I love to hear from you so tell me about it in the comments below.


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20 comments:

  1. Your wreath looks great, Cathy!!

    Pinning. ;)

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  2. This is so much fun! :)

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  3. This is such a fun wreath. Very cute.

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    1. Thank you - they're really easy to make, lol...

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  5. Love the cotton wreaths. Yours is great. Fun how some things just "fall" together! Well done! Happy Thursday!

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  6. I've also wanted a cotton wreath but didn't want to pay the price. Saw this on TFT and so glad I did! Yours looks even more full than the original wreaths - Love it!

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    1. Thank you - it's great when you can make something for a fraction of what it costs. Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. What a lovely wreath! Found you on Friendship Friday, I'm #13 & 14. Hope you'll drop by & say Hi. So glad I found your wonderful blog.

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    1. Thank you, Kelly. I will be glad to check out your links.

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  9. So pretty and I love the vignette you created with it! Thank you for sharing @ Vintage Charm--pinned!

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  10. The wreath is lovely. I just love the chicken wire frame.

    Kathleen
    Blogger's Pit Stop

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  11. Thanks for sharing this with us at the To Grandma's house we go link party! I'll be featuring on my site tomorrow morning when the new party starts!

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  12. LOVE this wreath idea so much! And I am loving how soft and neutral it is - it can be integrated in just about any decor scheme. It would look great in my home ;) Thanks for the inspiration :)

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