A Rosette Wreath

I had a few rosette flowers left over from when I put them on our lamps in the master bedroom.  I thought I would put them to good use and make a wreath!  For the tutorial on how to make these easy and lovely things, click here.

First, I started out with a small foam wreath from the dollar store.  Then I cut a few strips of burlap and started wrapping it around and hot glued as I went.

Once it’s wrapped this is what it looks like.

Burlap is so messy! Ughh!

Then I went ahead and glued on my ribbon that I was using to hang it with.  This made it easier so the ribbon would be hidden once I started to add the rosettes.

Then I just glued on my rosette flowers.  This really couldn’t have been any easier.

I tied a bow, added a dab of hot glue to the back of that and ran quickly to my mirror where I was hanging it…

Cute eh?

Here’s a close-up..

And here is a view of my entry table with it hanging on the double mirrors.  The double mirror idea was my hubby’s.  Isn’t he clever?  We bought two of the same mirrors at Homegoods and hung them side by side.  Genius he is…

Isn’t that lamp cool??  It’s a birdcage lamp.  I’ll have to show a close-up one day.  My hubs also bought that for me at Cracker Barrel one day.  I am one lucky gal!

Hope you like the wreath!  It was SO easy!  :)

xxoo,

Decorchick!

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Comments

  1. i loove the flowers!! i need to attempt to make some! you did a great job!! and your hubby is clever, love the mirrors!

  2. Love it! I made a star one for 4th of July, and I’ve been planning on doing a wreath, just haven’t gotten around to it yet. Seeing how pretty yours turns out motivates me to get mine done. :)

  3. Lauren@SimplyLKJ says:

    The wreath is gorgeous! Love the double mirrors…what a great idea!!

  4. I love it, and I love where you hung it! Looks great-

  5. Beautiful! And I love the double mirrors!

    Hannah

  6. looks great where you hung it just added the right hump! and the birdcage light………i love!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Thanks for showing your entry table – I LOVE the dark with the few white accents! Always inspiring, Emily!

  8. LOVE your new wreath, Emily! :) It’s SO cute! I’ve been wanting to do one myself — and seeing yours motivates me. I LOVE that dark ribbon too — it makes it so elegant.

  9. Love the wreath and the lamp!

  10. This is actually cute!! And I am not into the rose things!! But I like this a lot! Must be the white and black! It doesn’t look over the top!

    Hey guess what!? I mentioned you today in my blog! http://hollysrollercoaster.blogspot.com/2010/07/i-went-shopping.html
    I went shopping and found something that I wanted from a post you wrote!!

  11. That is so pretty!! I am visiting from Friday follow! I am now following your super cute blog! :)

  12. Very cute!!!

  13. Very fabulous!! Love it!

  14. Ooo! I love your wreath and your entryway is beautiful :)

  15. Your wreath is stunning! Absolutely gorgeous!

  16. Very pretty and elegant!

  17. It turned out so beautiful. I love how you hung it between two mirrors. Its perfect!

  18. this is so cute!! i’ve been wanting to do a rosette wreath for awhile and i’m really getting anxious now that i’m seeing them everywhere! thanks for the sharing hun :)

  19. WOW! This turned out simply stunning!! I love that black bow!

  20. cute cute cute:)

  21. BEAUTIFUL… I have all those supplies, I need to make me one. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for linking up too. Have a great night! Jenn

  22. This is just gorgeous. I love the rosettes, they are so soft and feminine. Loved where you hung it too. Very creative and elegant.

  23. Pretty! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

  24. Stopping by from The Sundae Scoop at I heart naptime!

    I love your project, this wreath would look great in my entryway!

    Here is mine if you want to stop by :)

    http://xsurvivingmotherhoodx.blogspot.com/2010/07/upcycled-jeans-to-plastic-bag-holder.html

  25. This is BEAUTIFUL! Makes my ♥ happy :]

  26. Wow, your pictures are just beautiful!
    I love this wreath!
    Thank you for sharing!
    Have a good evening!
    Leticia
    http://www.msbinglesvintagechristmas.com

  27. So very pretty! I love the texture and the contrast of the black and white. It looks so pretty hung on the mirrors.

  28. Ooooh!! I love, love, love this. I am adding this to my list of things to try! Thanks for posting it!

  29. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for linking up to the Mad Skills party!

  30. Why don’t I think mine would look as nice as that one. Your hubby can really pick ‘em can’t he. Great lamp.

  31. I so love this!!!! Thanks for sharing :)
    I most definitely want to make one.

  32. This is so beautiful. And it looks great hanging on your mirrors. You are one lucky girl to have a hubby that helps with this sort of thing. My hubby is good like that too. I think up the ideas and do the painting. He does all of the hard stuff. :)

    thanks for linking to Transform Tuesday!

  33. Great job!!

    I’d love for you to stop by and link up to Socialize with me Monday til Sunday, going on now! :)
    http://simpsonizedcraftsandthensome.blogspot.com/2010/07/socialize-with-me-monday-til-sunday_26.html

  34. That is really elegant looking.
    I have never made rosettes before but, I may have to give it a try now.
    Btw, I love how your bedroom turned out..beautiful!

  35. I can’t get enough of this wreath!! Beautiful!!

  36. I LOVE that wreath, like seriously, LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEE it!! It looks so elegant with those double mirrors!!! And that lamp, ugh, you’re killin’ me with the birdcage lamp! Thanks for linking up to gettin’ crafty on hump day! :)

  37. Wanted to let you know that I have bestowed The Craftiest Crafter Award to you! Check it out here:

    http://superstinkyboys.blogspot.com/2010/07/craftiest-crafterim-feeln-even-more.html

    Just pass it on to another crafty blogger, inform them of their award, and blog about your award! You always have such wonderful crafts and decor tips to share and I wanna celebrate your talent! Congratulations!

  38. Wow, so adorable!! I love it! Thanks for sharing!

  39. I love rossettes and I love wreaths! Maybe I need to make one of these. Thanks for the tutorial. It looks so sweet.

  40. Great job! Your blog is so cute with lots of fun ideas here! I am going to be featuring a post all about rossettes one day soon and I would love to use your blog! Too cute! I’m a follower …coming from Sassy Sites. :)

  41. Very pretty!

  42. VERY cute! Love the black ribbon, very classy!

  43. Oh! I am loving the wreath! Looks great where you hung it too! Nice to have you join us for another Anything Related! ~Bridgette

  44. That is so cute! I love that it is kinda classic and would never go out of style.

  45. Absolutely adorable as is the pic of your family under it!

  46. This is simply adorable. Thanks for sharing.

  47. SUPER cute!!!!

  48. Its super cute!
    Thanks for linking up!
    ~Liz

  49. I love it! I’m so making one for our master bedroom…great idea!

  50. Love the wreath’s rustic elegance! Thanks for sharing.

  51. that is really pretty! i thought this might make a nice gift for my mom in law :) thank you!

  52. I love burlap, I need to find a project for some around my house. I love the wreath and the entry table. I’m ready to paint some furniture but my hubby would be the challenge as he likes only wood grain. I must win him to my side and mix it up a bit LOL

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