Friday, May 04, 2007

Show And Tell Friday



Kelli has started a new thing on Fridays. If you would like to participate in the Show N Tell then hop on over to her blog and link your post.

My husband's Aunt Kay is a floral designer. She has a very special touch at everything she puts her hand to. I wanted a summer wreath for my door. I had made one myself previously, but it did not turn out quite like I wanted it to. I told her that I wanted a wreath with sunflowers and blackberries. This is what she made for me. I just got it out this year to put on my door. Thanks Auntie Kay!!!!!

15 comments:

Lady_MSnow said...

I like that wreath a lot! She did a great job. =)

Penless Thoughts said...

Very pretty.

Trella said...

How sweet! She did a great job.

LBP said...

I love that wreath. It would so go with my country victorian house!!

Sharon said...

A very pretty wreath! She did a great job!

Pam said...

gorgeous dawling just forgeous! I love it! Thanks for your comment at my blog. This show and tell is so much fune!

Tracy said...

A very pretty wreath, and a very sweet aunt!

Amber said...

How beautiful! Sunflowers are perfect for the summer!

Morning Glory said...

Oooooh, I love that! She's very talented.

Lori B said...

I like your summer wreath.

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Kelli said...

Oh, it's gorgeous! Nothing says summer like sunflowers and the butterflies are such a pretty touch!! Your friend is very talented!
Kelli

Susie said...

Thanks for visiting me today Marci! I'm very sorry about the loss of your Mom so suddenly...I do understand..
Your wreath is so summery and welcoming.
I've enjoyed meeting you. Please visit again anytime..
((hugs))

Momma Roar said...

Oh, it's lovely! I am not going at doing those kinds of things - mine always look waaaay unbalanced! Crafty relatives are a blessing!

Jenn4Him said...

How nice. A wreath like that would certainly perk up a door for the summer. I always have a Christmas wreath, but have not thought of one for summer. Now you have me thinking...

Barbara H. said...

How gorgeous! Making wreaths is not a talent I have, either -- mine never look like that. What a treasure!