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Black Owls and Branches Door Decor

Saturday, September 22nd, 2012
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While browsing on Pinterest this morning I ran across this Halloween door decor by Martha Stewart. Thought it looked quite stunning up against a white entryway for sure. The instructions for the cutting out the owls using a template and black card stock or poster board can be found on the site and the branches […]

Square Twig Wreath with Permanent Botanicals

Friday, September 21st, 2012
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This is the Square Twig wreath from Craig Bachman Imports. Square metal frame measures approximately 15″ with 36 twists staggered between the two frames. Use these twists to secure bunches of mesh netting, ribbon or fabrics to create a wreath. Twig Work Wreaths have a mossy like look. Expect some flaking off of the crusty […]

Deco Mesh Autumn Creations Featuring Wreaths by Rita

Friday, September 21st, 2012
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More stunning fall harvest wreaths using Deco Poly Mesh® and all sorts of autumn goodies – creamy pumpkins and corn, bright fall colors in oranges, browns…..beautiful creations by Rita Skidmore creator of Wreaths by Rita. Please drop by her Facebook page and browse through her gorgeous handcrafted decorations. Be sure to “like” her page while […]

Pumpkin Time!

Thursday, September 20th, 2012
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  Here’s another plump orange pumpkin Deco Mesh wreath made with a different twist by Virginia Johnson of Mimi T’s Antiques and Gifts. Love the curl of brown mesh at the top for the stem and the Glamour Rope adds a different dimension and texture for vine. Drop by Mimi T’s Facebook page and check […]

Deco Mesh Pumpkin by Posh Creations

Thursday, September 20th, 2012
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Looks like someone has been visited by the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown! Or, by Posh Creations anyway))) Gorgeous orange pumpkin created using a spiral curly technique with Deco Poly Mesh®. Tufts of different textured mesh and colors used for the stem. Visit Posh Creations to see more exciting fall wreaths.

Autumn Deco Mesh Wreaths by Southern Charm Wreaths

Thursday, September 20th, 2012
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Stunning autumn deco mesh wreaths created by Julie at Southern Charm Wreaths. This wreath is huge and full of texture! The colors in this wreath consist of moss green, burnt oranges, cream, tan and brown. This full wreath is made with premium deco mesh ribbon loops in a moss green with foil. The ribbon is […]

Make a Fresh Magnolia Wreath using a Pencil Work Wreath Form

Saturday, September 8th, 2012
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Nothing says Mississippi like a Magnolia Wreath. Trendy Tree is located in Mississippi of course where Magnolia trees abound. In the past, I’ve made Magnolia wreaths using round wire forms, paddle wire and lots of elbow grease. I’ve been wanting to try using a Work Wreath product with fresh greens or Magnolia branches to see […]

Re-Purpose an Old Twig Wreath

Saturday, August 18th, 2012

    This is my “before” photo. Found this lying around in the attic where it had been kicked, thrown, covered up, picked up to throw away a hundred times……but I just knew that “someday” I would find a use for it))) Today I did…..here’s the “after” photo. It wasn’t hard to make so I […]

Autumn and Halloween Wreaths from DzinerDoorz

Thursday, July 5th, 2012

Becky at DzinerDoors has been getting a jump on fall decorating with her collection of autumn and Halloween wreaths. We wanted to show a few to you, but please drop by her Etsy Shop DzinerDoorz and see it all! This wreath is made with base of Black Vertical Line Mesh and accented with 6″ Orange […]

RAZ Cornucopia Centerpiece

Thursday, July 5th, 2012

Stunning fall centerpiece from the RAZ 2012 Cornucopia collection was created by the RAZ designers using a potted green tree with a flat back or “half tree.” These trees are not in stock at Trendy Tree but you can find similar products. The flat style trees save space and fit nicely in places without protruding […]


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