Friday, October 5, 2012

Rustic Western-Inspired Wreaths

I have been having fun the last few days making Western Wreaths. I was given by a family member some hand-dried hydrangeas (absolutely beautiful) and had some wreath forms sitting around waiting for inspiration to come. Here are the three I have currently available (although I have some sentimental attachment to the first):

Beautifully rustic wreath made from stick frame, attached dried blue and purple hydrangeas, small pheasant feathers, my horse Milo's horseshoe, and finished with a burlap bow.

Available for sale: rustic wreath made from a stick frame. Hand dried blue and purple hydrangeas is attached, with three long pheasant feathers and two empty gold shells. A little rustic barn star and a bow from raffia finish it off. $25, local delivery only at this time.

vailable for sale: Super cute deer hunting inspired stick wreath. I used two wreath forms, medium and small attached together with a burlap bow. The hand-painted "welcome" greeting is attached between the two wreaths, as well as hand-dried pink and brown hydrangeas. An authentic empty brass shell is attached as well as a real antler shed piece. Super cute and fun, $35, local delivery only at this time

This post was linked to the SNS Party at Funky Junk Interiors featuring hydrangea projects. 

1 comment:

  1. So so pretty! I love your unique wreaths!! You just can't go wrong with hydrangeas. :)