I've been wanting to make some
with plants from our garden that we have collected.
Stan has been growing air plants for many years now.
He has quite a variety.
I always love collecting fresh and dried flowers to have on hand,
just in case I need them for a project.
We have an area in our garden that Stan has cultivated
It grows very well in San Diego.
I can never have enough of Hydrangeas.
I first started with the spanish moss.
Then I wired the air plant and moss down with wire.
I then added dried roses, baby's breath and hydrangea.
I glued pearls in the center of some star fish.
A silver key added some bling to the wreath.
I thought for now I'd hang it in our hallway.
All you have to do is spray the air plants every week with water.
They don't need any soil to survive,
just indirect light.
I made another heart shaped living wreath.
It fits perfectly on my rustic garden arch.
Some roses, dried flowers and baby's breath.
A pink pearl was added in the center of the plants.
A Living Wreath
adds a special touch to any area!
Just wanted everyone to know, Maggie, our Lab, is doing great!
Her surgery to remove her thymus gland went very well.
Her shaved hair is growing back now and her excitement swimming in the pool, lets us all know she loves it.
Thank you for all your positive thoughts and well wishes!!
Last weeks features:
On Crooked Creektt - Herb Butter
Southern Seazons - 4th of July Tablescape
Simply Suzanne's - Fourth of July at Home
Plum Creek Place - Playing in the Fairy Garden
Beatrice Euphemie Vintage Cottage Style - Happy Independence Day
Life & Home at 2102 - Sophia's Nursery Closet Skeleton Closet
Old World Patina - Homemade Crown
Living the Gourmet - Pasta Al Pomodoro & Middle Sister Wine
Unique Junktique - Patriotic Bench
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