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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Nautical Wreath

I made a nautical wreath for the guest bath this morning......

I love the elegant look of my seaside wreath.....

You may be surprised at what I used to make my wreath.....

I started with a Christmas wreath that I bought 75% off...in fact....all the items I used in my wreath were 75% off.     In the second photo,  you can see how I cut off all the Christmas balls.   The third photo is my finished wreath!

Here is the assortment of ornaments that I used.   Some came from Dillard's and some were bought at At Home.   They were 1-2 dollars each so my nautical wreath was very inexpensive.     The Christmas wreath was $50 marked down to $12.50 at At Home.

I didn't use all the ornaments in the wreath.   

I hung one of the shell lobsters on my towel candelabra......

The other one went in a crystal bowl with some decorative hand towels    

 Do you like the liquor bottle fish that I added to the other crystal bowl? 

H and I have been working in the garage trying to get it back in shape and I found a box of fish liquor bottles that I bought at the auction and had forgot about them....lol!

They were in the original box that was dated 1974.

I put some of them in the guest bath .......


The rest went to the master bath which is also done in a nautical theme.




I bought a few red Christmas ornaments on sale too and plan to use them in a Valentine wreath that I hope to get made soon.    I think wreaths are probably my favorite thing to make!




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18 comments:

  1. Love your fish bottles. It adds such a soft color.Each change or update you do it makes it just a WOW!!! Pretty pretty.

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  2. Ha, ha, I love the fish bottles they are the perfect splash of color for in thre, and your wreath is nummy---seriously nummy. thanks, Sandi

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  3. Your wreath is just gorgeous! Just breathtaking!

    Judy

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  4. Oh Penny! you nailed this one! I love it.. Shells are so popular...I have been kinda getting into the "sea" mood too! Thank you for sharing your lovely post.
    Leticia

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  5. Penny,
    Very pretty!!I used to do a lot of nautical decor when we went to the shore every year on vacation. I have boxes of shells that my neighbor , who lived in Miami for the WInters, had picked off the beach. I was thinking of doing a beach tree after I take down my patriotic decoratons in July....

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  6. Hola Penny!!! tienes una casa preciosa, me gusta todo lo que veo, me pasaría horas y horas contemplando tu casita, cada detalle, cada adorno puesto con un gusto maravilloso.
    La corona es preciosa, felicidades amiga.
    Un beso.

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  7. Beautiful share! Happy Pink Saturday! I love those fish from 1974! SO colorful and a reminder of the warmer weather that eventually will return! Have a perfect weekend. Thanks for the share. Hugs, Anne xo

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  8. It' s just gorgoeus! Every single ornament is very precious
    Hugs
    Alessandra

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  9. I love this post! We have a coastal theme and I really want your wreath...you did a beautiful job! Thanks for sharing your craft with us at Share The Wealth Sunday!
    xoxo
    Lisa

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  10. This is beautiful! I love nautical themed things and the wreaths are just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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  11. I love that little chair-so cool. Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday!

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  12. I will feature today at Home Sweet Home Penny! Thanks for linking up!

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  13. I will feature today at Home Sweet Home Penny! Thanks for linking up!

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  14. Oh my goodness Penny, that wreath is absolutely wonderful!! Love everything on it, and cute bike addition to the nautical theme. I have a nautical bathroom too, so fun to decorate.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Gina

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  15. Love how this wreath allows you to add in and take out. Very nice idea.

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