Friday, November 26, 2010

Friday flowers...

Or more accurately, foliage for your door.
29 days 'til Christmas. And yes this is the requisite wreath blog post. I'm getting in early.
Love the traditional look but I think you need chilly weather - here where it's warm I like these.... 

These are the work of Sydney florist Saskia Havekes of Grandiflora - there's a video tutorial here.

If you need help with a traditional wreath then of course it's Martha you'd turn to - her instructions are here. And if you don't fancy the leafy look? 

Kind of cool, like Christmas. I'm looking forward to it.
Have a good weekend. x

First image found here, second and third from here, fourth and fifth here.


  1. Oh, Ann. You're so very organised. I don't think we'll get out the Christmas decorations quite yet. I have my eye on a wreath at Papier d'amour. Not the budget for it, unfortunately. J x

  2. You probably won't be surprised to find that I think that ball of wool arrangement is pretty amazing :)

  3. Ann I was just looking at the wool wreath and thinking that would look good in twine and string!

  4. Hi Ann,
    I just found your blog via Amanda's, and I'm a happy follower now! (lovely last photo!)

  5. Have you see the ones with dried hydrangers - sp? - just lovely - best Le

  6. I love that woollen ball wreath...not that I'd try it though! Different, unusual... Have a lovely weekend. Emma. xx

  7. Hi - first visit! Love the second wreath. We went to NZ (including Auckland) a few years ago - loved it. I specially love the woodclad houses - we're having an extension built and have just had it clad and painted grey - looks great! Have a good weekend :)

  8. Oh I love the first one... I can't really think of putting a picture wreath in my house nor the colorful ball wreath... Am I too traditional?

  9. Oh I love that one with the yarn, so cute!

  10. I love all of these! I need to start decorating!


Thanks for taking the time to write, Ann x


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