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December 14, 2009


chelsea. these are stunning. now i just wish i was back in north carolina, and could swipe my neighbor's magnolia leaves.

Thanks! I still haven't bought one and really want to try my hand at making it!

Lovely. I went by a flower shop the other day and they had some for $60. Seemed unreasonable given that I could make one. Now I actually CAN make one.

This is exactly what I was looking for this season, something pretty, fresh and green. I've loved all your Christmas table ideas too. Keep it coming.


Oh, these are just my kind of wreathes too! Thank you!

Gorgeous! Gorgeous! Gorgeous!

So, so gorgeous and so much easier than I thought it would be! I'm bookmarking this for a future gift idea.

your wreath is lovely! this task is on my list for tomorrow, so i'm sure to be checking back in as i struggle with the wire.

These are perfectly simple. Thank you for the tutorial! xo.

This is great! Thanks for sharing.

This tutorial is great and something everyone could definitely use, especially when I have already spent all my money for the month on Christmas gifts. Thanks for helping the thrifty!

I love this! It looks so fresh and crisp.


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