Thursday, July 7, 2011

Melissa's Wreaths...For Sale!!

I have someone you all need to meet!

This is Melissa (and her husband Kent...)


Beautiful couple right? I think so too!  They are perfect for eachother and to make things better, she is my awesome sister-in-law!  Melissa is one of the most wonderful people you could ever meet and aside from being extremely genuine, kind, and a great wife, she is a CRAFTER!

She has been working hard on some beautiful wreaths and I think you all need to see them!

The first few she did with rosettes and yarn and add a splash of color to anywhere you decide to put them!
Now, as any crafter (especially me) knows, we must be able to sustain our crafting addictions  habits so we can be able to make more of our ideas come alive so Melissa has decided to start selling these beauties to us!  (How lucky are we?)

So, let's get on with it and show you her beautiful, fun, colorful wreaths!

The first one is made of navy, blue, and yellow rosettes and pearls...



Think of all the possible places you could put it!

The next one would look wonderful in a child's room to incorporate lots of bright, happy colors:




How fun right?!

Now this next one I LOVE!  These colors would look great anywhere in a house!



She used green, white, gray, and yellow in this one.

Last but not least, her favorite:  The purple and grey wreath:



Adorable right? 
So the wreaths that have yarn on them she is selling for $25.00-GREAT DEAL!

And the next wreaths are completely covered with rosettes and she is selling those for $30.00...once again, a steal!

The first has white rosettes and blue beads as an accent color:



Great to freshen up any space!

And last but not least, the red and turquoise wreath:



I can't get over how much I love this one!  The turquiose adds just the right amount of color don't you think?  Ah! I love it!

All of these wreaths would look great anywhere in your home and she would be willing to customize the colors to fit your fancy:]
If you are interested, email her at pet08045@byui.edu and she would love to hear from you!

Meg

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