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glitter felt St. Patricks Day Wreath

Posted by donnas (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 22, 09 at 10:37

Here's the 2nd wreath I made. They look more like little trees than shamrocks LOL. I think I like the smaller one made with foamies better. Anyway, it's green :)

glitter felt St. Pats Day wreath


St. Patrick's Day wreath


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RE: glitter felt St. Patricks Day Wreath

I liek the both. And you can always bring the treeish one back out for earth day, lol.
kthy


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RE: glitter felt St. Patricks Day Wreath

2 very nice wreaths!! Love the ribbon on both!! The "trees" 1 is very attractive on the white door!! The smaller 1 is more fun & lively probably because of lighter green(I usually go for the darker greens when I am making something)on 2nd wreath I would go for the lighter green as it looks great!! Very nice work!! Thanks! I need something for St. Patrick's day.You've given me some ideas!! Jan


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I have to say I like the small one best! eather way you did a beautiful job on bouth and should be prould!
TFS
oddie


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RE: glitter felt St. Patricks Day Wreath

Very cute!

To help the edges of the shamrocks on the first wreath, take a white paint pen and casually drawn on the shape of the shamrock petals, just a little bit inside the actual edge of each shamrock. It will define the shapes better and make each shamrock distinctive.


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RE: glitter felt St. Patricks Day Wreath

LOVE them. And they POP against your door!


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