12.06.2010

J'adore Unique Wreaths

Tisk, tisk on me - I have not even started {or given a thought to} decorating my home for the holidays!  Sigh.  It is not like me, but this year I have been so busy that December has snuck up on me.  I have decided I need to get cracking and so this is my first official holiday post!  Today I am dedicating my J'adore post to unique wreath ideas I came across while looking up holiday decorating ideas from Martha Stewart.  Here are some of my favorites...

I do need a cute, unique wreath to hang in my kitchen, so these ones made with food would tie in beautifully!

Although these ones are just so pretty!  I am hoping to find the time to make one of these beauties to hang in my kitchen {cross your fingers for me}.  Let's do a vote, shall we?  Which do you think I should make?

P.S. Be sure to enter the giveaway HERE for your chance to win a beautiful Stella & Dot piece, and good luck!
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16 comments:

  1. Sooo lovely!!! Love the popcorn one :))

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  2. I'm such a fan of pretty wreaths, and the blue boxes= Love! Thinking how pretty that would be at a party or perhaps even a wedding.

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  3. Beautiful! If it's for your kitchen, I would go with the popcorn- so whimsical and fun. I'd do a pink ribbon of course;)

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  4. Oh Martha, everything you do always amazes me!! Great round up Staci!

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  5. I love a good wreath. One year I made the one with cranberries for my front door. I was afraid the birds would eat it, but thankfully they did not!

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  6. They're all so pretty.... I like the smaller wreath hanging on the doorknob, and the wreath made from little wrapped gift boxes.

    I bought a silver ornament wreath at Pier 1 last year that I'm going to dress up - hopefully I'll get that done today so I can blog about it soon :-)

    Good luck in my giveaway!

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  7. Love them all- you gotta love Martha!-best ideas ever! I like the gumdrop one for inside (although my children would eat it if they knew what it was made of:)- and the jingle bell wreath for the outside. Last year I made a wreath out of fruit- VERY labor intesnive but so beautiful!

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  8. Gotta love Martha...she always makes some beautiful wreathes :)

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  9. We must have ESP! I wrote my post on wreaths yesterday...and it had two of the wreaths you featured in your post :) They've become my new obsession this season! I really love the cranberry wreath on top of the mirror! Great post! xo

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  10. Hi Staci! Thanks so much for stopping by My Cup of Te and leading me over to yours! I do love wreaths made out of shiny Christmas ball ornaments! Merry Christmas!!

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Oodles of thanks for the comment!