A Wreath on a Chalkboard

If you happened to get around to making one of those Easiest Fresh Greenery Christmas Wreaths that I was talking about the other day, I’ve got a fun idea for you about where to hang it.



First of all, I invested another 2 minutes of my time and made another one of these wreaths out of this other grapevine wreath that I keep using over and over again. This one already had the burlap rosettes stuck on it, so I just went with it.

I must say, I’m quite fond of this little arrangement we have going on here. It’s pretty striking and totally simple.

If you were artsier than I, you could do a whole elaborate drawing around the wreath and then have the wreath as the 3-D pop-out focal point. If you’re chalkedly challenged like myself, the one word approach works just fine too.

Joy. Yup. That’s definitely what an easy peasy, 2 minute Christmas chalkboard brings to me!

If you like my little burlap rosettes, you’ll love One Project Closer’s tutorial on how to make a rolled fabric flower. They have just about every kind of fabric flower you could want over there! Check it out and make your own wreath on a chalkboard!

I’ll be linking this one up to Kim’s Mantel and Vignette Party!

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Comments

  1. says

    This is really sweet and a lovely fresh country idea! I also like your white dishes with the greenery in them. Your chalkboard is super in the old frame. You are very creative! Enjoy the week. Pamela

  2. says

    Love the wreath and how you put it together! Fantastic! I have had this on my to do list for over a week-I must finish it today so I can be cool…like you!

    Have a happy day
    Tausha
    sassystyleredesign.com

  3. says

    hmmm so not showing the wreath I made on my blog… pathetic compared to this beauty! When will I stop over embellishing everything???!!!

    :)

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