Even though I had originally signed up for this class to challenge myself, I had to do a gut check when Day 3 was revealed. The project for that day was a homemade monogrammed wreath. Eeek, was all I could think. This is my problem. Although I may seem creative, I'm really not all that much. I recognize beauty when I see it, and can tweak it to personalize it to my own individual style, but coming up with something from nothing is almost always a challenge for me. Also, working with paper, and working with flowers, are two completely different things to me. However, as I said, I signed up for this class because I was looking to expand my creativity and push myself to work outside of the proverbial box. Off to Michaels I ventured, coupons in hand. Two hours later I had a bunch of supplies, a clean table and was ready to work. Still nervous about the project, I put it all away, and worked on something else. Typical me: a little denial, before complete and head on tackling. On Sunday I pulled it all out again, and within an hour, what I consider to be a very pretty fall decor wreath was hanging on my front door. I am so sad I didn't think to photograph the process, it would have been fun to share it with you. I learned, in the end, that putting together a wreath is really very easy. It took me longer to choose the flowers, berries, and foliage, than it actually did to put the whole thing together (well almost).
Lovely wreath, gorgeous colors!
Its gorgeous..I love it, now make me one cause I dont think I can make mine look nearly so pretty! :)
this wreath is so pretty Sherri!!!! I love that you tackled something you'd never done before. I sense a new hobby in the works ;) Love the pieces you chose for this, it really is amazing!!!!
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