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Newbie, posting pic of wreath

Posted by brenver (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 13, 05 at 20:59

I did this wreath using grapevine, greenery and flowers, also used cups and saucers and old fork and spoon. i posted this on garden junk and thought it would be a trash to treasure item too.
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RE: Newbie, posting pic of wreath

Brenda -- that is ADORABLE !!!! You really have a flair for wreaths !!! I'd love to have something like that in my house !!!!


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welcome brenver-how did you attach the saucer to the wreath? It is beautiful!


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RE: Newbie, posting pic of wreath

thanks to both of you, I used an epoxy for ceramics and also put some hot glue on to hold it in place until the epoxy set up. After being on this forum and the garden junk forum, I have discovered the GE Silicone glue and it works on everything. So I think it would work as well.
Thanks again
Brenda


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RE: Newbie, posting pic of wreath

Oh, gosh, how pretty! That's a very feminine looking wreath! LOL (I don't know if I've ever seen a masculine looking one, but know your's isn't! LOL)


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that is beautiful! thanks for giving me a great idea!


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Now I know what I will be making for Christmas presents this year!!! Thank you so much for sharing this with us - I'll start collecting the cups and saucers now and put about a dozen wreaths together before fall. I'm so excited!


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Very pretty...
Barb


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Really lovely. Good job.


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