Wednesday, September 4, 2013

~New China Wreath and Simple & Sweet Fridays #79~

I wanted to make a different wreath using things I love on it.
China, flowers, and plants are some of my favorites.
China cups hanging from the center with raffia
was a pretty centerpiece for it.
I used some dried roses and hydrangeas.
Baby's breath and statice.
Even some air ferns.
Of course, broken pieces of china, 
I saved from my mother's old collections.
Putting it all together seemed to fit,
especially on the vintage ladder...
My mother would have loved it!
By the way, our daughter, Carly, is back from Europe.
She and her boyfriend, Justin, will be sharing their beautiful photos of their trip in the future. So happy they had fun!

Hope you all had a wonderful holiday weekend!
Can't wait to see the inspiring projects you've been working on!!

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Simple & Sweet Fridays,
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Enjoy the Simple & Sweet Friday linky party!

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  1. What a beautiful wreath and so unusual. I have never seen one like this before. Thanks so much for sharing this. Will be saving my
    broken china pieces to make a wreath.
    Have a great week.

  2. Gorgeous and creative wreath, you two! Thanks so much for hosting!

    Have a wonderful week!


  3. Jody...what a clever wreath and I love it hanging from your white washed ladder...I have several that I am in love with in our house, too! Thank you for hosting...I hope you like my nighstand re-do :)

  4. Such a lovely wreath! Thanks for hosting :)

  5. Your wreath is amazing!!!! I just love it! And you know how much I love All Things Tea!

    Well done - how beautiful.

    As for your featured posts - wow, there are really and truly clever and much talented bloggers out there - to delight and inspire!

    Thank you for hosting!! Hugs!!

  6. Jody, that wreath is stunning, love it!! Make some to sell. haha Happy to join the party this week, and thanks for hosting. xo

  7. Oh, your wreath is fantastic. Just love it.

    Hugs from here

  8. Jody,
    Your wreath is Stunning!!!
    Thank you so much for the feature and for hosting this party each week!!
    Mary Alice

  9. Your wreath is perfect! The colours are lovely together and what's better than china and roses!

  10. Gorgeous wreath, Jody! Thanks for hosting each week :) Wonderful features - as always! Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

  11. I LOVE this wreath Jody!!! I LOVE that you used some broken china in it along with the cups. Just beautiful!

  12. OMGosh! I LOVE that wreath! So pretty!
    I made a pink version last year for Christmas using Demitasse cups & saucers and tiny little perfume bottles with pretty labels.
    Thank You for the feature!! What a wonderful surprise.
    Have a great weekend!

  13. Thank you so much for the feature! It's very exciting to be featured :))) It's going to be an adventure offering cute unique dishes for sale at the Tea Room!

  14. Your wreath is beautiful! Love the china!

  15. I love your wreath! It's gorgeous! What a sweet way to preserve what you love!

  16. The wreath is so precious -- such a wonderful way to hold onto lovely memories! Great features! Thanks for hosting!

  17. Oh I love your beautiful wreath!! Lovely colours and the bits of china make it so much more special.

    Thanks for your sweet comment on my table. Hope you have an excellent weekend too xox

  18. Wow, I love your wreath and the genius idea you had by hanging tea cups inside looks positively ethereal.

    Great job!

  19. I absolutely love your beautiful wreath. It is so very creative and beautiful. It looks amazing on your ladder. I am so jelly.... jk It is beautiful and you are very talented. hugs, Beverly

  20. What a beautiful wreath! I love the soft antique-looking colors. Thank you so much for featuring my fantle! Now I want a pretty tea cup to add to it.


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