One Wreath 12 Ways March
I using this same grapevine wreath and redoing it each month.
Did you expect March to be green?
I think there’s a touch of Irish in our family on my dad’s side. But I’ve never done a green shamrock wreath.
This is what I ended up with for March. A dried hydrangea and burlap design.
I didn’t start out with this exact design in my head.
But when I laid the burlap strip across the wreath to cut it into pieces.
I liked the burlap laying across the wreath from one end to the other.
So I changed my mind.
I do that often!
More burlap strips were needed.
So I ran upstairs to the craft area…no extra burlap.
I rummaged through the laundry room…no burlap. Hey, you wouldn’t believe what I find in the laundry!
Hummm! Out in the rain to the workshop…no burlap.
Then I remembered cutting pieces of wired burlap ribbon to tie up napkins for an autumn dinner.
Running back into the house, dripping wet! I found burlap ribbon in the dining hutch right next to the table where I was making the wreath.
I folded the pieces of burlap and twisted floral wire on the ends. Then tucked the wires into the vine.
Tucking in a couple of dried hydrangea bunches…
and I’m ready for March.
Now for some green beer!
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