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 Is there a more perfect combo than a wreath and a red door? I spotted a burlap wreath on Pintrest and gasped.  It became my first pin that wasn’t my own creation, and it immediately got repinned, and repinned and repinned. I knew I had to give it a try.  So here’s my version, already on my front door. I’d like to say this is really hard, that only the most talented crafter could accomplish such a rare beauty.  But the truth is, if you can fold a piece of fabric in half, you can make a burlap wreath. I bet even my sister could do it.

                                                  A burlap wreath on a red door. Is there a more perfect combo?

I just love it. Not too cheesy/holiday-ish.  I’m in the process of making another one…and will post a tutorial, so please stay tuned.  Oh and do you like the new holiday banner of Tryon A HomeMade Life? I thought it appropriate to become Tryon A Merry Christmas…just for the holidays!

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  • Sara
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    ohhhh I love it! I have been waiting for this post. Looks like I have a craft activity for this weekend.

    • Jennifer Tryon
      Reply

      By “Sister” in the post, you know I meant Amanda. Lol.

  • Shawna
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    I was wondering which sister you meant!!! Can’t wait for the tutorial… I wanna know how to make this!

  • Amanda
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    I bet even my sister could do it!!!!!!
    HEY!!!

  • Carol
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    This is really beautiful!!! Great wo
    rk Jen!

  • Cathie
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    Oh my gosh, I love this. I am making my girls tote bags for christmas

  • Susan Lcok
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    I love the color of your material. I am looking for some blue and other colors. Could you tell me what type of material this is and where you bought it. Thank you

    • Susan Lcok
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      Please reply to questions, thak you,

    • Jennifer Tryon
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      Hi Susan! The material is burlap, I bought it at Michaels. They had lots of colours, even some patterned ones too. Becareful not to get Anything with wire in it, makes it a bit harder I found. Good Luck!!

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