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Wreath idea

Posted by adellabedella (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 17, 07 at 11:21

Check out this wreath idea for Four Calling Birds (a little over halfway down the page). It's actually a Christmas design, but with a few changes in birds and greenery would be a really pretty wreath for spring/summer. I love the window shape.

Here is a link that might be useful: Four Calling Birds


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That is super nice, love it. Thanks for posting that site Adella, I'm going to check out their other projects also.

Sal


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what a cute Idea, I could see one of these hanging out side on a old out building as a sorta faux window, thanks for shareing
Happy Crafting
Oddie


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I couln't see it I couldn't get the link to click after I got to the page it was stuck on the first one


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I got the link to work. Here is the address. http://christmas.howstuffworks.com/how-to-make-christmas-crafts-for-the-home8.htm See if a cut and paste works.


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That takes me to the same page as before. I can't get out of
Holly Jolly Cardinal Wall Hanging It won't let me highlight and click on any of the others


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Minnie, keep scrolling down - the 4 calling birds project is below the Holly Jolly one on the same page.

It is cute - could see it done with some forsythia branches and ivy woven in!


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what are birch branches? We have white birch trees, but the branches are tree branches.


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