Ever since I saw this creation on Eddie Ross blog I've had to do it. So while I was trying to decorate my home for Christmas I came across my stash of Christmas balls that I no longer use (the cat you know). Perfect I thought. WELL it became an obsession. This wreath required quite a lot of ornaments, and you know I was just short so... one of my friends was downsizing and made a sizable donation, not my colors, but I persevered and this is what my kitchen started to look like. Then I got the bug, I needed to make one for my friend, for my niece and a sample for my painting group... A great project while you are putting away your ornaments, set them aside and do IT! it's fast and easy and very economical, if you don't have a collection of ornaments your cat is not allowed to play with, on account they're going to break, you can take advantage of the boxing day sales. Store and label and next year's decoration is all set.
|my recycled wreath, haven't decided on a bow yet, I also got tired of the coat hanger there and changed that up a bit for my next one.|
As most of you know, if you read my blog, I worked this past provincial election, in their infinite wisdom election Ontario decided to remind eligible electors to vote by sending them a fridge magnet.
So I got 4 in the post. While I was clearing up my fridge I decided these were too expensive to just toss,
If you're like me you just get going with the creative juices and the season is over. Well we'll be ready for the next one, ENJOY! and now to clear off my work centre(s).
P.S. I really don't have time for any of the projects I do, the wreath was made while I was waiting for my family to come eat dinner, (that's how quick it is) I hate making dinner and having them come home late, and I find if I sit down to do what I want to do, they're on their own for dinner, and that bothers me for some reason, (the guilt of a stay at home mom) the painting well that just fun.