11.22.2011

Wreaths that make me swoon...


As I told you before, wreaths seem to make a home come to life. When I saw these ideas over at Style at Home I found myself lost in a winter wonderland daydream....breathtaking.

The blue spruce wreath on the white swing doors made my heart skip a beat. I know, who would think a wreath could do so? You should go ahead and check out the other amazing Holiday decor ideas over at Style at Home. 
You might be there a while just to warn you;)

P.S. Sorry for posting being sporadic timing this week! Still traveling and enjoying family, but I have some fun posts still coming up! Hope you all get a nice break this week to be with loved ones!

22 comments:

  1. Hope you are having a great time with your family! Thanks for sharing the wreaths!

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  2. that wine colored wreath is gorgeous! enjoy your time, anna. xoxo

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  3. Love the square red one. I need to get mine out soon. But my Husband brought me a pumpkin spice latte at work today and when I said "why not an eggnog?" he said...one holiday at a time.

    Enjoy your fam and Happy Turkey Day!

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  4. ooh, lovely! the peacock details are a great original touch.

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  5. LOVE them all :) That square wreath is AMAZING!

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  6. Love them all Anna...so festive. And love that previous photo of your daughter! So so cute!

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  7. Love the peacock feathers in the top one!

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  8. these wreathes are so wonderful. i really like the square shaped ones.

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  9. enjoy the time with family anna! the wreaths are making me so ready for holiday decorating! :) marissa @ the boot

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  10. Love that first one with the blue ribbon!

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  11. Ooo, these are so lovely. I love touches of peacock features in anything, so I'm not sure why I'm so surprised that it works in a wreath. I made a wreath years ago using a craft store straw wreath, plaid fabrics and pinking shears, stuffing the fabric squares into the wreath with a screw driver. It literally took 10 minutes and still hangs over my hearth every year. :)

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!!

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  12. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Anna! There is so much to be grateful for :)

    I hope you can share a DIY wreath tutorial with us this year (although I have a suspicion that you did so last year as well?!?)

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  13. So pretty! Love that peacock feather one. I've never seen anything like that.

    http://shannonhearts.blogspot.com

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  14. i loooove the square ones! esp that simple green on e:)

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  15. The greenery on the first one is so feathery and begging to be touched. The peacock feathers are a decadent touch but there aren't so many that it's over the top and tacky. I'm going to try something like this before Christmas. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Lauren
    www.thefabulousmission.blogspot.com

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  16. so many beautiful options! i love that red one. so pretty and festive!

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  17. yes, i loved these in the last issue!! But I also generally adore teatro verde stuff so that could have something to do with it :)

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  18. Sooo gorgeous!! I love that blue spruce one so darn much. Breathtaking on that white door. WOWWWWW. Love!!

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  19. I'm so glad to see (even if you haven't mentioned it directly) someone else is in the Christmas mood! My friend and I went to see Arthur Christmas last week - we were probably the oldest in the cinema - and I've been feeling festive ever since!

    Andrea x

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  20. Like the square wreaths!

    - Sara @ Gameday Stylist
    www.gamedaystylist.com

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Love hearing from each of you. Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts! <3

 
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