I’ve wanted to make this wreath for years. And finally… I did! This is an absolutely GORGEOUS, stunning, beauty! So full of autumnal color and texture and so so easy to make! My INDIAN CORN WREATH took about 30 minutes from start to finish. If you make one thing this fall, this should be more »
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This vibrant pumpkin wreath couldn’t look better on a front door! It’s contrast of blazing autumnal colors and white pumpkins is so so striking! And the best part… it took about 15 minutes (sans painting the pumpkins) to put together! This fall I’m trying to find easy to make fall decor. Fabulous things that more »
It’s time to start thinking about what to put on your front door this fall. Will you go traditional and full of autumnal color or use warm and wonderful burlap to make a full and loopy wreath? You could hang a fall wreath that looks like it was plucked out of a more »
Even though we might be wearing flip flops or have our toes in the water and sand it is not too early to be thinking about Fall! Many kiddos will be going back to school in a week or so… and that means fall is just around the corner! It may be too early to more »
I really could not come up with a wreath for my door this summer… at first! I wanted a WOW factor wreath. Something that would be very personal and unique! Sorta sassy and not too traditional. Then I saw one on Pinterest that caught my attention… don’t you love pinterest! It had a big initial on it. more »
Last year when I made my burlap wreath little did I know that I would get so much use out of it! I’ve decorated it for 3 seasons now and it has been outside in the worst winter we have seen in decades… and it still looks like the first day I made more »
Let’s celebrate a new month and Spring’s coming by making a Forsythia wreath for our front door! Forsythia are beautiful brambly early Spring flowers. They are wild, bright, school bus yellow blooms on long tangled branches. And they are a sure sign Spring is here to stay! Welcome Spring and family and guest to more »
Do you ever see something and can’t get it out of your mind? Something that speaks to you and begs you to take it home? I saw an Anthropologie tufted wool wreath last year and it was love at first sight… but it was love with a price! A bit over $100.00 price. more »
If you are looking for an EASY, IMPRESSIVE, FESTIVE … and CHEAP Christmas project…THIS IS IT!!!! Even if you are not a crafter, this Coffee Filter Tree And Wreath are soooo much fun to make and the result is AMAZING!!!!! I bought all I needed (except the tree cones and star) at the Dollar Store more »
Ready for a NEW and EASY burlap wreath diy? I made my first burlap wreath six years ago. And I’ve updated, revised, changed and made these fluffy classic wreaths so much easier! And they can be embellished for every season, holiday to show off your personal style!
Sunflower and fall are a perfect match! While many summer flowers are fading, those big moppy heads of bright yellow are at their peek! Don’t you wish their beauty could last longer? Well, they can! The kind people at THE WREATH DEPOT sent me this gorgeous early fall wreath. Actually, they let me choose the wreath more »
This summer’s theme for my front porch is SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY. Even though I am not southern by birth… I like to think that I have a southern soul. SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY is a nod to my new daughter-in-law and her wonderful family! And hospitality starts at the front door. So grab yourself some sweet more »
I am going to show you the EASIEST most amazing way to make a live wreath. You will wonder, “why didn’t I think of that”? That’s what I thought when I learned this technique at a wreath decorating demo last year. You will be able to make gorgeous, lush, full, live wreaths… more »
Welcoming guest to our homes begins before we open our door! A beautiful wreath on our front door says, “We have been expecting you… WELCOME”! It also makes a very good first impression! And first impressions are often lasting ones! I don’t scrimp on a door wreath. Nothing small or demure… I want curb appeal! more »
A beautiful front door wreath welcomes friends and guest to your home before you even open the door! And if you make it yourself it conveys your personal touch… your style…your warmth, as no two wreaths are exactly alike. Bright and brambly, this spring wreath looks like a designer wreath… without the designer price tag! more »
This fall StoneGable’s front door got a new color and face lift. To see the original post and more wreath photos, click HERE. This disheveled unkempt wreath captures the colors and texture of late fall. It is big and fluffy and fills up the door so nicely! The wreath is easy to make, a little messy and more »
It is time to help a fellow blogger! I am participating in an on-line benefit auction for Valerie at Visual Vamp sponsored by Laura (bless her heart) at Decor To Adore. Click HERE to visit Laura and see all the wonderful items to bid on! This is also my Pink Saturday post, because this is just more »
Here at StoneGable the change of season gives me a reason to create a new wreath. I love the saturated color of fall… the warm hues and the wonderful textures! This wreath is overflowing with autumnal abundance! It’s really quite easy to make a big full FALL PUMPKIN WREATH… I’ll show you step by more »
StoneGable Wedding Wreaths Earlier this summer I was asked to make wreaths for a wedding. The precious bride and groom had an outdoor wedding at a local farm turned wedding site. Vows were exchanged in a field by a stream and the couple’s reception was in a pavilion and beautifully restored barn. The mood was country, elegant, simple, fresh and more »
Summer Wreath from Odds and Ends: The mantra of this summery wreath should be reuse…restore…repurpose! Everything on it either had another life, another purpose or was disgarded. I wanted to make a wreath with things I already have at hand. A challenge of sorts. The wreath itself was deep in the bowels of my basement still more »
It is almost Cherry Blossom time in Washington DC! According to the National Cherry Blossom Festival the beautiful cherry trees will be blooming in the DC Tidal Basin from March 31- April 11. The peak time to see this national natural treasure will be from April 3-8. If at all possible, take a trip to see this breathtaking more »
A Wreatrom Leftover : Leftovers are a wonderful thing! They are like freebies. Using the leftovers of my first winter white wreath, and two grapevine wreaths I already had, I created a second winter white wreath. Similar in elements, but with a different more earthy feel. Just perfect for my another outside door! Not only was this wreath free, but very more »
Winter White Wreath: In my area, many people keep their Christmas wreaths up on their front door for the month of January. All other signs of Christmas are long gone, but a Christmas door wreath is something to be enjoyed through January. This year, I wanted to make a clean sweep of all things Christmas, more »
The Repurposed Wreath: Thanks to Susan at Between Naps On The Porch for hosting Metamorphosis Monday… I am so inspired with all the creative and inventive Metamorphosis! After you see mine, go give them a look. You will be inspired too. The mums were potted, the wreath was hung. Pumpkins were scattered in a pumpkin more »
It might still be winter outside of our home, but we are getting ready for spring inside! And my favorite way is by adding gorgeous spring blooms to our decor! But shhhhh, don’t tell anyone… they are faux! Yes, you can decorate with gorgeous faux blooms. I’ll show you how!
There is so much Christmas inspiration here today! Let’s celebrate with a Christmas Tree Cheeseboard, beautiful Christmas decorations, 25 delicious Christmas cookie recipes, cinnamon ornament DIY, a stunning and elegant Christmas dining room and a Christmas wreath DIY you will want make this year! Let’ the party begin!
This year’s Christmas mantel is like a walk in a magical woods! It’s white and blond and rustic and glittery and filled with tiny lights! Snow-covered tiny leaves and sparkly mercury glass ornaments fall softly on the mantel/ forest floor while tall trees tower overhead. Come see how we decorated our new mantel for Christmas!
Do you love the smell of live Christmas greens in your home? And the beautiful mix of evergreens that can be added to decor? Well, I do too! But I don’t like cleaning up dropped needles and changing the sap laden water in my arrangements that are scattered around my home. I knew there had more »
It’s all about “all is calm” here at the Tanglewood house at StoneGable this Christmas! And that is especially true of our master bedroom. I do go a bit overboard with our bedroom because for years, no decades, it was ignored. But not anymore! I have lots to share with you and tips for making more »
What is Advent? Today is the first day of Advent. Many Christians celebrate Advent, the time before Christmas. But what is it? How did it start? What does it symbolize and what does Advent mean for us today? Let’s look at this four week period before Christmas and learn the true meaning of Advent.