Friday, September 17, 2010

My Autumn Wreath

Last weekend I finally checked another project off of my list...phew!
In support of my alma mater I made a yarn wreath!

But first, I want to tell you about who I ate lunch with on Wednesday!
I got to grab lunch with a local blogger...you might know her best as
Amanda from Kevin and Amanda!  I know!  I was so excited to meet her!

She is just as sweet and beautiful in person as she is on her blog!
We had such a fun time chatting and sharing stories!
And if you don't know Amanda, you need to stop by and visit her!
Tell her Kelley says hi! :)

Okay, back to the wreath...






Note: I live in an apartment, so I can't paint my front
door (or replace it for that matter).  It's a shame, huh?

Since I'm going to be making another wreath very soon, I will
definitely post the tutorial on how to make one for yourself!

Thank goodness it's Friday!
What are you all doing this weekend?
Any fun plans?  Any projects to complete?



9 comments:

  1. Y'all have the best school colors! Purple & gold really isn't the most beautiful color combination. You must have one of those cricut machines to cut out the roll tide.

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  2. Wow it looks amazing...You did so well:)
    Kisses and have a fantastic weekend, my dear

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  3. What a cute wreath! This weekend is going to be crazy for me because my boyfriend's mom is visiting from California. Phew!

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  4. Ok - LOVE that wreath!! Seriously, so cute!!!

    I shared it on my Tatertots & Jello FB page and linked to you :)


    xox
    Jen

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  5. This is gorgeous! It looks like a great summertime wreath too as it looks like a life saving ring. I love it!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  6. the colors, the flowers, the fabric, the yarn, the felt!! all of it is amazing! Love the look of this!

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  7. This is gorgeous Kelley! Love the colors! - and the combination of materials! And the bow is blowing my mind! Well done :]

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  8. i love this wreath!! RTR! cant wait for the tutorial!

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