DIY Fabric Scrap Wreath Again

by Rhondi Mullins on December 5, 2012

Yesterday I told you to come back and see where I put my fabric scrap wreath.  I wandered around the house for awhile looking for a place to hang it and this is what I finally came up with.  I took the mirror off the wall in the dining room and just leaned it up against the wall over the mantle  in our TV room.  I hung it a bit off center. It ‘s  kind of hard to take a photo of a mirror without  getting yourself in the picture!

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I also borrowed some blue and white china from the dining room and added my BELIEVE sign.

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A group of thrift shop candlesticks and two little Christmas trees and it’s  done.

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I tied a few fabric scraps on the trees which I think looks nice.

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Now all we need is a crackling fire as we sit back and enjoy a hot cup of tea and chat.

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There are lots of  parties happening in blogland this week. I’m  joining in a Christmas Wreath party at On Sutton Place and a Christmas mantle party at The Lettered Cottage and a Christmas vignette party at Southern Hospitality. Visit them for  more  inspiring ideas for Christmas decorating.

I am working on another  no cost DIY project which is fun so come back and see me again soon.

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Angela @ Cottage Magpie December 26, 2012 at 8:52 pm

So cute! I have seen scrap wreaths before, but for some reason yours looks cuter to me than the other ones I’ve seen! Love it! ~Angela~


Rachel December 22, 2012 at 8:10 pm

That fabric scrape wreath is fantastic – I love it!!


the cape on the corner December 11, 2012 at 10:36 am

i’m finding this very chanukah inspired (which i don’t know if it’s your intention) but it makes me super love it! love the little trees.


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