October 13, 2011

Leaf Rosette Wreath - lookback

Since I'm on a empty-frame kick today, it reminded me of my awesome project from last year, which I hung in an empty frame - - the wreath I made from fall leaves rolled to look like flowers:

It is still sitting on my piano today!  Yep, it survived a whole year.  It's crunch now, and the leaves are a little darker from drying out, but as long as you don't touch it, it's fine - awesome, right?!?!

To see more on the how-to, you can see my original Leaf Rosette Wreath post.


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2 Fabulous Comments:

Wow that does look really neat. Great idea, and great job!

What a great idea. I have several old frames that I don't use. Now I know what to do with my Art Philosophy fall wreath that I made.

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