Tuesday, December 13, 2011

A Finished Peppermint Wreath


I wanted to share a few images of Nicole's peppermint wreath she finished.

The above image is a picture of the wreath from yesterday.
Nicole just glued another layer of peppermint candies to cover the styrofoam wreath form.

Nicole chose to use a grain sack tie for the ribbon.
Nicole decided she didn't want to use an actual ribbon.

I posted how to make these wreaths here....

 Enjoy the rest of your week.
I will be back tomorrow.
Take Care,
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Razmataz said...

Nicole did a wonderful job on this simple and pretty wreath. She is very neat and tidy with her rows. It looks so fresh and lovely against that blue door. I think the grain sack tie is perfect...it didn;t need a ribbon to fuss it up.

tinajo said...

I love it today too..! :-D

Maedlein ♥ said...

So nice wreath !

I'm here first time, but i'm loving in this blog !

Lovely photos!,

Unknown said...

This wreath is adorable! It is the perfect winter decoration. Always something neat going on here at your space. I am having a vintage holiday brooch giveaway at my blog, please stop by...

kiki said...

I love it!!!!! It looks so pretty!

bayrayschild said...

Oh I love it!
Great job and so festive!

Shabby Jen said...

That is adorable!! And I visit your blog so often! Have a Merry Christmas!!

Blondie's Journal said...

This is darling...Nicole did a wonderful job! :-)


Anonymous said...

Hi Maria,
I really love how the wreath turned out!! She did a lovely job!
I'm not sure if you got my e-mail, but I just wanted to thank you for the lovely package you sent me of the stockings that I won. I really love them and your special touches!!
Hope you have a great day.

Goldie said...

I love the double layer of the peppermints, do you have any idea how those would store? I figure they wouldnt be good the next year at least here in Texas they would probably melt in our attics.

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leila brewster photography said...

oh it looks great! and the images are so soft! very pretty!

Anonymous said...

That is darling! I just love how simple and bright it is.

Kat Baker said...

Love the wreath and the gorgeous pictures of it!!<3

TheCrankyCrow said...

Wonderfully festive and fun! Nicole did a great job - somehow I don't think my rows would be nearly that neat and tidy! ;o) Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Rainbow Gatherer said...

amazing !


Ange @ A Cream Cottage said...

It looks fantastic! Ange

Vintage Market Place said...

oh I love this,
our holiday theme is candy canes
this would fit in perfect :)

Low Tide High Style said...

Nicole did a great job, and I love how you photographed it against the turquoise cabinet, gorgeous!

Your photos make me swoon!

Kat :)

Robin Johnson said...

Adorable, She did a great job.

Lobeliadamen said...

Love it! :-)

Lisa Holtzman said...

Great job. It's such a happy wreath, you can't help but smile!

Kristin @ My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia said...

it is so festive and pretty!
blogger has been acting strange for me as well :(
Hope you and your family are doing well and I wish you a wonderful Christmas!
Lots of love

Allison said...

I love this wreath! Your daughter did a wonderful job. It is so fun and festive.

Arabella said...

It's amazingly cute, Maria! well done.

Happy holiday hugs,

Cindy said...

I'm just now seeing this post about the peppermint wreath. What a wonderful idea, and it's soooo cute! Peppermints just feel so Christmasy to me! I hang them on my tree. This is just so fun and charming!


JoyHey said...

Love this idea! Excellent. Thanks for the inspiration. Blogged here: http://blog.joyhey.com/2011/12/22/inspiration-colorful-christmas/