Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Burlap Wreaths for Talefeathers!

There is a wonderful shop in Southport, NC called "Talefeathers."  They carry the most wonderful things....vintage pieces, shabby chic, cottage chic, coastal chic and french furnishings and decor.

I am quite honored to be asked to design several burlap wreaths to help decorate their store for the holiday season.
I got to work on them right away and love how they turned out.

 They requested a mix of both light and dark burlap.
I also added little rusty ornaments and burlap ribbon to fancy them up a bit.
They were fun to make and I hope they like them.  Shipping them out in the morning.  Thanks Dondi and Dayna!

Now I'm off to clean up all the mess....burlap pieces all over the place, even the kitties are covered!




Cindy The Victorian Journey said...

I love your burlap wreath. Your so creative... Cindy

Gail said...

They're beautiful Sissie!

Joan said...

I love that. Wreaths have always been an item I am particularly drawn too.
Cheers and thanks.

White Weathered Hutch, said...

I love how you attached little tags of various sizes. Great job!!

Lucille said...

Beautiful work! You're very talented, Sissie!

Debra @ Common Ground said...

cute, cute!!! right now I'm lovin' anything burlap!

Susan said...

Sissie these absolutely gorgeous!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

I hate working with burlap--but I love the look! Those bows are awesome!

Wanda @ Just Vintage said...

Love 'em! I totally understand why they asked you to make them. And... hehehe... I bet those kitties *are* covered in burlap strings and dust. :-)

Blondie's Journal said...

What a great compliment! They are just gorgeous, Sissie. I want one really bad!


Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Those are really really cute. I bet they sell quickly.

Jacqui said...

They are gorgeous!

fiona anderson said...

These are so pretty and I love that burlap ribbon !

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Those are so pretty, Sissie! The neutral colors would fit right in, in my home. I love the bows you added, too. Don't know why I didn't think there would be a light color burlap when I have seen all the darker colors at Joann's.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Very cute wreaths, Sissie!


Grace said...

They are gorgeous! Grace

Ruffles n Raspberries said...

They're so cute! Great job Sissie!


Cindy said...

Sissy, those are adorable. That little white wreath with the burlap bow and white stripe is precious! They all are!


trash talk said...

Man alive...don't you just hate the fuzz that flies? Your designs are gorgeous. They make my tail feathers shake in envy!

Debbie said...

oooo...they all turned out sooo cute, Sissie! really like that little one with the rusty star on it.

Deneen@dreaming-n-color said...

They are gonna love them! Too cute!

charyn gallagher said...

I'm glad I found your blog. So many blogs so little time lol You have great ideas.

Cyndy said...

Hello Miss Sis...
you really should sell these wreaths on easy or have your own personal store. Even your creative friends would support you. I sure would.
Now send me a wreath ;))

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