I was super excited about this "wreath" I made today!
I spotted this old farm piece in a antique shop this summer.
Loved the patina and knew it could be something cool.
Today I finally got inspired and made it into a wreath.
Couldn't have been an easier project:
Step 1: Buy super cool rusty piece even though it will sit in the garage for 6 months
Step 2: Head out to garage while you are already late getting to your shop
to gather items you need for customers that day. Spy rusty piece sitting there.
Step 3: Finally get in the car to leave for shop when INSPIRATION STRIKES!
Step 4: Get back out of the car and grab rusty piece!
Step 5: LEAVE FOR THE SHOP!!
Step 6: Get to the shop, unload rusty piece, push everything on the counter that WAS your priority for the day to the side so you can have room to create!
Step 7: Grab ribbon and greenery and put on rusty piece even though you haven't finished turning on all your lights, flipping your open sign, or unlocking doors.
Step 8: Take photos and begin the social networking blitz!
Step 9: See if you have any "likes!!!" (you gotta look right??!!) wink wink!
Step 10: Finish opening your shop
It's that easy!! Proof positive that not all Christmas wreaths need to be green pine...
they can be "green" in other ways!!!