That period of life when what was so relevant isn't as relevant. Lighten Up!
Love the tutorial at Crafts ‘n Coffee with all the steps for how to make Madi Gras wreaths. What to buy, and how to put it together. It is past time for me to replace my winter evergreen Christmas swag with the happy colors in these wreaths. Looks too like a fun, inexpensive project!
It’s a blue sky day, but so cold with wind chills in the -15º range – and that’s reason enough to make not one but fourDIY Mardi Gras Wreaths. The bright, festive colors really warm up a day like today. I’m calling these the “Big, Easy Mardi Gras Wreaths” because they are super-easy. Try one, or get carried away like I did and make all four. (It’s a long post today, but like I said, I’m sharing four tutorials for Mardi Gras Wreaths. Plus, I’m announcing the Crafts, Coffee & Chocolate winner.)
I hadn’t planned on making four Mardi Gras Wreaths. I went shopping for a Mardi Gras garland to make one quick, Mardi Gras Wreath. After scouting several stores, I came up empty handed, and then I saw the feather boas. That will do, I thought, and I’ll substitute the feather boas for the…
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