Monday, November 26, 2012

{Deck The Doorknob}

Morning Peeps! I hope your Thanksgiving was full of relaxation, good eats, and amazing shopping. Mine was just that - I did a lot of relaxing, lots of eating, and made a good dent in my Christmas shopping list. Now that it's officially Christmas season {my absolute favorite time of the year} be prepared for lots of decorating, wrapping, gifts, and recipe ideas for the holiday. First - I want to start off with a piece that I've wanted to make for a while now. I saw this Christmas garland over at Anthropologie last year  and this garland over at Design Sponge and knew I wanted to recreate it. So over the weekend I picked up some materials from various stores in the city, and did a little crafting on Friday night.
Anthropolige inspired ornament wreath 1
You will need:
- holiday ornaments, various shapes, sizes and colors
- ribbon, twine, yarn, chain, wire, anything that is string like
- various holiday accouterments, example: jingle bell garland, tinsel, etc
- glue
Anthropolige inspired ornament wreath 2

Anthropolige inspired ornament wreath 3
I really love how it turned out. It is such a fun spin on traditional cookie-cutter garland and really allows you to utilize a wide range of materials- whether they’re pieces you pick up specially for this project or just things you have lying around the house. The great thing about this project is there is no right or wrong, just be creative and go with the flow...there are no rules.
Merry Christmas
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  1. Miss you. Hope you are well.

  2. I miss your posts, Jessica. Hope you all is well and that you are having a wonderful and awesome holiday!


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