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Saturday, January 9, 2010

New Years Wreath

My doors looked so empty after the Holidays! I mean we have been decorating them since September..Stars always remind me of the New Year..We bought this Star Fish Garland years ago..and I should have bought more..soo



I thought I would make more.  Quick and easy.
Marterials Needed: 
Star Fish (at Michaels or any Nursery) any size you want
Extra shells (your choice)
Hot glue gun
Natural Rope (thats the name of it)


Lay the rope down. Line up all three stars on top of the rope to space.
Spacing is your choice it looks great close together or farther apart



Wind the rope around top of the stars hot glue gun in place..its very easy to manipulate the rope with the glue



Glue the rope to the back of the stars (there fragile and need to be secured)




add more shells and place them randomly up and down the rope



add a shell to the end of the rope



and...  Ta Da
Garland for my backyard gate..



or just about anywhere all year long..me likey



I hope I explained myself well. This is my first time taking pictures and explaining it together.  The project was quick and easy, documenting the how to is another story..LOL
But, I will get better promise..If you have any questions just email me.

Happy Saturday

lulu

20 comments:

  1. love this...my first project for my new home!

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  2. I adore the garland and as cold as it is here it is making me really want warmen beach weather :)
    I love it around all the watch faces..they are quite a look I love right now.
    Thanks for always taking time to comment on my little old blog..I appreciate it and am loving yours so we will be doing tag team on comments now :)
    tammy

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  3. Great idea, I think I will have to make some to giveaway as little gifts!

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  4. Me likey too!!! I am heading to Michaels...I am going to make one for my daughter!!!

    Have a wonderful weekend!!!
    XOXO
    Cathy

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  5. Okay, this is ADORABLE!! Gonna make one for my little beachy place in Cali! Perfect :)
    Love your blog by the way.... :)

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  6. I love this! It looks great, and you did a fine job explaining it!
    Blessings,
    Charmaine

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  7. Lovely indeed. You have given me a great idea for my bathroom! thanks, Mel xxx

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  8. What a lovely garland. Simple, natural, and beautiful- the best combination.
    I am so glad to have found your blog this morning.

    Come see me if you have time,
    Laura

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  9. Beachy bliss! Looks great, and your tute was perfect. I need to make one for my mama's wintering place in Naples Florida when I go down to visit in Feb. It'll make a nice hostess gift!

    Would love to have you add it to my Make it for Monday party tomorrow :) MckLinky will be up tonight.

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  10. I LOVE THIS PROJECT!!! Love it!!! Thank you so much for sharing...and it looks great...I will be doing this soon...can't wait!

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  11. Fun seeing you today, have missed you. Hope you found good stuff. Cheryl

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  12. Beautiful beachy garland. Love this.

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  13. LOVE me some "star fish" here at COASTAL CHARM!!! Such a cute idea...looks great! Hope you have a FUN and WARM week.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  14. I love the starfisch garland but my heart stopped at that last picture. Swoon, saved it in my Tumblr foto file. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. So pretty! I just love shells, starfish, anything from the beach!!

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  16. What a neat idea! Thank you.

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  17. How beautiful are these?!?
    Really a great idea!
    Hugs & Kisses
    Federica

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