Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Front Door Naked No More

I finally got around to making a new wreath for my front door.    It has taken me almost a month to make a new one.  

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The only purchase I made was the little bird house and  I bought that at the Christmas Shop on clearance for $1.75 sometime back.  The twig wreath, greenery and flowers I already had on hand.  

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I even  dressed up the  front door with our house #.  I used my Cricut and cut it out on vinyl.  I have been wanting to put our house # on the front door for awhile now and I am so glad I did.  It’s a nice added feature. 

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I like having a wreath on my doors.  I think having one is a nice way to greet your guests.   Not only do I have wreaths hanging on the outside of our home, I have them hanging on the inside as well. 

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Now,  I’m happy to say that my front door is naked no more! 

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Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your day. 

Gail

Linking this post to:

Savvy Southern Style for WOW Us Wednesday

23 comments:

  1. Oh but so worth the time Gail. I love how fun and fresh it looks..good job!

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  2. Very pretty, Gail! Love the birdhouse and fern fronds in it as well. I have to hang something that is thin enough to fit between our storm door and the main door.

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  3. Love it and very inspiring!! Thanks for sharing!
    Sue

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  4. Your wreathe is gorgeous!!! I love it and the house number, too. They look great.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  5. Gail, the wreathe is beautiful... love green thanks for sharing

    Pattie

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  6. Gail I love it, and the little birdhouse in the middle was the perfect finishing touch!! Your entrance looks so inviting!! Martina

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  7. Hi Gail! Oh, my Lord! It's gorgeous!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  8. Gail, I Love it! Thanks for sharing.

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  9. your wreath is gorgeous! I like your door too...looks so much like mine!

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  10. Your lovely wreath accentuates your front door. great job.

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  11. Your wreath puts light and joy into your welcoming doors.

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  12. I can see why it took a month to make...the details are gorgeous! It really makes your front door so pretty {what a cute door!!}. Great job, Gail!

    XO,
    Janie

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  13. your wreath looks great, and that little birdhouse really takes it to another level. but i love those urns flanking either side! what a great first impression and curb appeal!

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  14. Very pretty and welcoming entrance! Beautiful job on the wreath :)

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  15. Love your wreath! The birdhouse adds the perfect touch. I like your front door color and the style of your screen door. Everything looks so welcoming.

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  16. Gail,
    It looks great...sooooo inviting! I have that same screen door (I have two) in my screened porch area:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  17. Although I couldn't see all your pictures, I can tell your handiwork is gorgeous...as always. I think I'm having FRONT DOOR ENVY...especially those numbers:)

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  18. I bet you will be welcoming guests with wings and feathers, too. Thanks for joining WUW.

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  19. Beautiful wreath Gail..... Happy Mother's Day
    I am sure you will be glad if you come to me and played with flowers of your choice at
    http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/
    Love
    Farah

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  20. Gail: I really love your door. On my daily walks, I walk by a home that has a similar door. I just can't take my eyes off of the door. Yours is the same. Nice job.

    Laurie

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  21. There's no better way to bring life back to your front door after a long winter than putting a spring wreath. It's gorgeous, Gail! I'm excited to see what you'll be hanging there come fall time.

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