Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Holiday Wreath


This morning the now famous Eddie Ross posted his latest DIY idea.
The first image is the wreath that Eddie made from leftover Holiday ornaments, as he and Jaithen like to use more unique shapes on their tree instead of the round ones.
The second wreath is the one I just finished, a little crooked and misshapen, guess what though, I tried. I have not been a fine crafts person, though I am an artist. So after getting glue all over me, and a few broken ornaments, plus a bit of frustration, this is my creation! So break out of the box, don't be too hard on yourself and try something new!

11 comments:

simply seleta said...

Cool! Isn't he inspiring?!?

Karena said...

Yes, I am so pleased that Eddie is there for us, as well as people like you Seleta. I just love to try new things, that is a resolution this year!

Susan said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


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Karena said...

Thank you for visiting Susan. Do you have a blog? I'm pleased you keep reading and looking at my art.

David said...

Looks round and wreath-shaped to me, I say well done.

pve design said...

Jingle Balls! woo hoo - you did it!
looks mighty fine!

Karena said...

Thanks David and Patricia! David, you are another one who is terrific at special projects! Anne's art is amazing, so for anyone unfamiliar head over to PVE Design.

annechovie said...

Aw, it looks great, Karen! Nice job!

Karena said...

Thanks Anne! It is fun to try new things!

Tammie Lee said...

Your wreath is wonderful. I love this design!

Karena said...

Thanks Tammie Lee, I love your sight. The Eye Candy Montansa Rocks are just beautiful!

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