White Tulle Wreath

Yesterday I showed you my white and silver vignette. Here is the white tulle wreath that is hanging right above it.

white tulle wreath_createandbabble
I made the wreath by wrapping white yarn around the wreath form first. Then I added a bunch of wrapped tulle roses.

white tulle wreath_createandbabble
I’ll be the first to admit that wreath-making is not my specialty. Either is bow-making. Big sis made the bow for me. But I can twist yards of tulle into roses with the best of them and hot glue them onto a wreath!

white tulle wreath
I was on the hunt for a frame to put on that wall. I scoured all the local thrift stores until I found one that wasn’t outrageously priced at the Good Will Store. I just popped out the print, gave it a quick coat of white paint and inserted a hook at the top.

white tulle wreath hanger
Now, how to hang the wreath from the hook. I could have just hung it with a length of tulle, but then the idea hit me. I took three strands of silver beads, looped one end through the other end: instant wreath hanger.
I’m pretty proud of that idea! I’m sure somewhere, someone has already thought of that one, but just let me think I’m the first!

hang a wreath with beads_createandbabble
Now I just need to make a wreath for the front door!
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    Tina From Pa says

    I just found your blog,Ilove it! I too grew up in the Pittsburgh area( Greensburg),so when I read you were from that area ,I had to snoop around awhile. I have to try your nutroll rcipe & apricot pinwheel cookies. One question, I was reading your post about the wedding cookie table, well you said you made ladylocks. Do you have that recipe posted here? If not ,will you be posting it? I love them! I live in the northeast part of the state ,near the Pocono’s & these people have no idea what ladylocks are! Can you even imagine? Thanks for the great blog, I can tell I’ll be stopping in daily!

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      Jeanie says

      Hi Tina! Thanks so much for the kind words. Yes, I grew up in North Huntington, just down the road from Greensburg!
      I’m glad you asked about the lady locks. I will have a post with the recipe for lady locks next Friday. I love them too!

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        Tina From Pa says

        OMG! It’s so cool, to hear we lived so close to each other! I miss that area soooo much when I go down to visit my 84yr old dad I sometimes hate to leave! Cann’t wait for the ladylocks recipe. I plan on trying your nutroll recipe this week, I love to bake! Thank You again for a beautiful blog.


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