Christmas Greens

 Two years ago I did a workshop for making a wreath, together with a friend. This year we wanted to go again, but last week all workshops were canceled due to you would never guess it. So we decided to do our own workshop. Today we bought all we could possibly need and went to work. I made pastries and good coffee, so we didn't have to miss  that either. All in all we had a great afternoon. 





I'm very content with the result, a centerpiece and a wreath, both in natural colors.
From the left overs I made another arrangement, for the kitchen. 

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My Blue Marbled Baubles were featured by Pointsettia Drive and Slices of Life
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The Advent Calendar that I made for my daughters was featured by My Big Fat Menopausal Life!



Comments

  1. How lovely you and your friend made the best of a challenging situation and had your own wreath workshop, Liz! Your wreath and candle holder look absolutely beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing and for being a part of Hearth and Soul. Merry Christmas!

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  2. I love to see wreaths, they're beautiful! #alittlebitofeverything

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  3. I love your wreath and table display. I've seen a number of people making their own wreaths this year but I think I'm too late to the party and need a lesson on how to do it. Thanks for sharing and inspiring my creative side to do something.

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  4. Beautiful! Happy Pink Saturday and Merry Christmas!

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  5. Great to see you in the #wowonwednesday link up. You were one of the most clicked posts last week! Hope to see you in the new link up today.

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    1. Thanks, Gail! Great to hear! I wasn't sure if I could link up, because I saw mostly outfit posts.

      Merry Christmas and best wishes for the new year!

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  6. Your wreath and centerpiece are just lovely!

    Michelle
    https://mybijoulifeonline.com

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  7. I think it is wonderful that you created your own wreath event. I have a live wreath this year and love it as well. Thanks for always sharing on the link party. Happy New Year! #HomeMattersParty

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  8. It's hard to beat a live wreath at Christmas. You did a beautiful job and must have enjoyed its fragrance in your home.
    I'm looking forward to another year of pretty inspiration when the FWF party starts up again this Friday, January 7th.
    Hope to see you there!
    Happy New Year!
    Rachelle

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