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Monday, September 29, 2014

Fall Wreath


~cute fall wreath~

Thought you might enjoy it. 
Olive

25 comments:

  1. It's wonderful...Love it!!!
    Mary Alice

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  2. LOVE IT and your pretty pumpkin front door!!!
    hugs...

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  3. Make me one? I'm gonna try to make it up there by the end of this week.

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  4. Olive, I love bittersweet and grape vines. That is a perfect wreath for your porch. Blessings, xoxo,Susie
    p.s. how is CC doing?

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  5. Hi Olive, thank you so much for taking the time to visit me, I am so going to enjoy getting to know your passions over here. As for the book? I did not want to down play its purpose, but truly this is so much more then looking at these pages and thinking one could not enjoy all the inspiration in the book all 150 pages of pure rustic elegance and so much about life at home, designs, decor and pages we will aspire to creat around our homes. You will be quite surprise with the personal effect it will have on your love of all things tattered, rustic, shabby, French and Nordic all in the name of what's new in Prairie designs.

    Thank you again, and i adore your thumbnail photo, your fun hair style is so what my moms style is all about. You look fabulous.

    Xx
    Dore

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  6. I like it because it's not all "wreathy-wreathy." Know what I mean?

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  7. Did you write a post while recuperating? Wow, what a woman! Love the bittersweet.

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  8. Oh- I LOVE It----bittersweet is one of my very favorite Fall decorations and now I can't find it around here anywhere- xo Diana

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  9. I love it, too! I always liked to wrap bittersweet into a wreath and it really lasts a long time, too. For inside, I've heard that you can spray it with hairspray to keep it longer. Hugs!

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  10. Very cute. When it comes to wreaths, I love simplicity.

    Jane xx

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  11. Beautiful wreath Olive. I like that is loosely styled. Also like your painted front door.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  12. Love bittersweet Olive, wish we had the real thing around here. Gorgeous wreath!

    Cindy

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  13. Love it ~ and your
    orange front door,
    as well! I've got a
    huge bittersweet vine,
    supposedly with mixed
    genders (which you must,
    to get berries....) but after
    six years, nada. Luckily
    I have a friend who has a
    source in the woods, and
    isn't afraid to scour!

    xo Suzanne

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  14. It is pretty. I really like the twiggy/berry look to it.

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  15. Oh, but I do! Did you make it?

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  16. Hello Olive... I have missed you!... I see that you are not posting now, but doing instagram... I don't do instagram, not signed up for it, but I can see yours just not comment... hope all is well with you and that you and your family have a beautiful Thanksgiving filled with abundant blessings... xoxo... Julie Marie

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  17. Happy New Year! Just came by to check on you. Hope things are going well for you and your family.

    Stacey

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  18. Just was thinking about you, Joe and your puppy. Hope you are all doing ok? Miss you!

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  19. Olive, I miss you, Joe and CC.....sending prayers your way. xoxo,Susie

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  20. Missing you all....you are in our prayers!
    J

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  21. Missing you Olive. You popped into my mind and i wanted you to know. Hope you and hubs are better and well now. Your friend, Emily


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I adore your comments. They are like finding unexpected chocolates. olive