Pictures of the process..
An old sock monkey, lots of burlap, pine cones, and lots of extras.
I painted the wooden tree green and brown, then glued on burlap trim.
For the drum, I painted the old spool brown and green then
glued on the wide burlap trim. There is a wooden child's
block that is hidden in the pine cones..
Lots of 8" strips of burlap were tied to the coat hanger.
A few pine cones were glued and glittered. This will
hang on my daughter front door and she is
"anti-bling"..so I tried make it with more
A completed wreath. With an old sock monkey, a wooden
spool drum, a wooden tree with burlap trim, and lots of
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Oh I am so tickled that you joined the Challenge CJ this is wonderful! Hugs, LindaReplyDelete
Gosh...this is soooooo adorable! Awesome use of that sock monkey!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at LESSology!
Thank you for stopping by... Just want to let everyone know that the pop-up for Buddy Host Proxy is someone scamming me.. and I apologize for any problems.. cjReplyDelete
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Hi CJ I just came here from LESSology and the link worked. Now if the comment does. This really is a fun project!ReplyDelete
This is AWESOME....what a fabulous, fabulous upcycle...soooo creative:) I'm so glad you joined us at LESSology:):):)ReplyDelete
Ooops! My comment went AWOL, I think...I WAS saying how FABULOUS this is...I am gobsmacked that you've created something so beautiful from those items....sensational! So glad you joined in with us at LESSology:):)ReplyDelete
Adorable! Love that sock monkey wreath and the glittered up pine cones! SUPER COOL! Thanks for playing with us at LESSology!ReplyDelete
That is so very cute, thanks for sharing it with us at LESSology!ReplyDelete
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Wowwwwwwwwwww! I love love love this!! Thanks so much for playing along with LESSology!!ReplyDelete