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Brocade Designs. It was actually part of a wedding decor.
Don't you love burlap? This one incorporates a nest of eggs into the design. Check out Top This Top That
for an easy tutorial.
I adore this door decor from Finding Home Online. She used vintage hankies to make her flower rosettes. I am definitely making one of these.
Here is another take on rosettes. So bright and colorful from Kiki and Company!
A watering can makes terrific door decor. I found this one at Better Homes and Gardens.
Buzz Cuts and Ponytails has a step by step tutorial for this ribbon wreath. Can you imagine this done in red, white, and blue for July 4th?
Running Backwards In High Heels took the same idea and mad these delightful decorations that would liven up any table.
This wreath has been floating around Facebook. The Shoppes on Main in Enterprise, AL have this delightful wreath.
Or how about a St. Patrick's Day wreath from Engineering Life and Style?
I hope that I have inspired you to get your creative juices flowing and make something pretty for your front door. I am leaving you with one last, very unusual wreath via Indulgy. I love this radish wreath!
Blessings from Still Woods Farmhouse!
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