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Oct 23

Autumn inspiration

burlap-fall-wreathI just about have my studio organized enough that I can actually get out there and start creating! I don’t work well in the midst of a lot of clutter (although that is sometimes necessary when in the process of creating!) but I’m really missing the simple act of making something.

And since I’m one of the hostesses for the Autumn Wreath Round-Up over at Katherine’s Corner, I thought I probably should get busy and clear a spot on one of the table tops out there where I’m sorting and organizing stuff and just CREATE. So, here are a few ideas I found while searching for a bit of autumn inspiration.

Ribbon Wreath

Actually, after a conversation with my friend and business coach Christie yesterday, I was looking for a different way to think about seasonal wreaths . . . . various shapes, sizes, textures, and colors . . . . so when I came across these ideas, I decided that I’m going to try making a couple for our new house.

Punched Paper Wreath

Hope I can find a bit of time this weekend to work on this project. I’ll be sure to post pictures next week of my own version of the autumn wreath – or something similar. In the meantime, please find your own autumn inspiration and join us for the Autumn Wreath Round-Up and share your creation or another one that just might get you in the creative mood on one of the gorgeous autumn days.

CLICK ON EACH IMAGE TO FIND THE ORIGINAL BLOG POST WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING EACH OF THESE BEAUTIFUL AUTUMN WREATHS!

2 comments

  1. 1010ParkPlace

    I live in a tiny house–22 feet by 22 feet. One of the reasons I want a larger house is so that once again, I have a craft table! Love your wreaths! Brenda

  2. Katherines Corner

    All of these are so wonderful! Thank you for your friendship and participation my friend xoxox

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