Saturday, November 12, 2011

Another "Sweet" Wreath...


When I saw this jello mold at the thrift store I couldn't resist making another sweet little wreath.
(Sorry about the dark pictures...this corner is bad for lighting...I am actually snapping these photos with a lamp in my hand.  It "kinda" worked...hehe)


You might remember the one I made with the paper rosettes last spring.  You can find it HERE.
(Much better lighting in this spot...no lamp needed ;)


I was actually planning to take this wreath to sell at Drawers of Davlee this weekend...but when I hung it on this grate to take a picture to show you all, I liked it so much I decided I should keep it for a while...


I need another wreath like I need a hole in my head :) 
In fact, you may know I have a little wreath "obsession"...I'm thinking about doing a post with all the wreaths I've made over the year.  What do you think?

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Thank for stopping :)

Have a great weekend! 
Chat soon,

24 comments:

  1. I'm glad you're keeping it, it's perfect there with your photos. I've never seen a jello mold like that. It looks like white ceramic. Neat.

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  2. It does look cool. Thanks for the idea. And, thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend.

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  3. Sometimes we just need to have those things that bring us joy around us. Nice wreath!

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  4. It's really, really cute, Laurel! I couldn't give it up either!

    Hope you're having a great weekend!

    XO,
    Janie

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  5. You ar not alone in your wreath addiction! Nothing wrong with another one (or two, or twelve...)Great idea.Thanks for sharing.

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  6. So great - can you really ever have too many wreaths?

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  7. What a darling idea...gonna look for jello molds at thrift stores and make some for Christmas gifts...

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  8. Great idea with the jellow mold. I think I'll have to find one now ~ thanks for sharing ;-)

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  9. That is one precious wreath! You've given me a fun new way to look at jello molds when I find them too!!

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  10. I think you should keep it, too, Laurel...so cute! Thanks for entering my giveaway!

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  11. You are just on a roll with your wreaths! This one I would say is a keeper too!!!!

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  12. That white mold is very unique! I like to use them filled with flowers as table decor too.
    Tracey

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  13. Hello Laurel,
    Thank you so much for stopping by the other day at my blog Ruby Jean...as well as becoming a new follower... : ) I also just signed up with you and look forward to getting to know you.. Have a blessed weekend!!
    http://shoprubyjean.blogspot.com/

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  14. I've seen green jello molds - but never creamy white ones. Did you paint it? It has great coloring. Good eye!!

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  15. I have never seen a jello mold wreath before. Love it!

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  16. Hi, Thanx for popping in at made by mollie's mom. I think burlap would be adorable on the lighted garland- great idea!! I love these wreaths. I'm looking forward to reading your blog. marcie @madebymolliesmom.blogspot.com

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  17. What a great idea! I may have to try this. Thanks for coming by and have a terrific week!

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  18. Laurel, I love the jello mold wreaths! I kinda have a wreath farm growing here at my house too! haha
    I have a linky party on Wednesday's, I'd love for you to share these
    http://theshadyporch.blogspot.com/

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  19. Both of these are very cute...love the flowers you made for one of them.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  20. I can see why you wanted to hold onto it for awhile...it's adorable hanging on the crate!

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  21. What a great idea! You are so creative. Thanks for sharing. I'll be on the lookout now for jello molds at my Goodwill!

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  22. I heart this wreath! Will be in search of a jello mold on my thrifting jaunts!

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