Sunday, October 18, 2015

WREATH HAPPY

In my last post, I told you how I wish I'd made more book page wreaths, because each one I took to my last show sold.  Well, I'm a little wreath happy right now.



I've made more heart shaped wreaths.  I've already sold a couple on Etsy.




I'm also making round wreaths, and, adding a bit of age and color.




Various sizes, and, colors.













Having fun on this chilly weekend.

They're all available in my Etsy shop.  If you miss one, I'm working on more.

17 comments:

  1. Wow Rosemary these are just incredibly cool, Love them!
    xoxo,
    Vera

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    1. Thanks Vera. Thanks for your continued support as well.

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  2. Love these! I am inspired to copy you!

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  3. Love your wreaths :)

    Bee happy x

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  4. oh, my gosh! you actually tear up real vintage books to do this ??? my heart breaks. And your fingers have got to hurt after tearing all those little squares! You are one dedicated lady ! But they are SO sweet !

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    1. Patty, the book pages I use, are from books that are damaged, missing pages, etc. They're also not classic works. I wouldn't destroy a valuable book. I've been an antique dealer for decades. Not all of the books are antique either. I have ways of aging them.

      I'm glad you like them. BTW, my fingers are fine. LOL

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  5. Hi Rosemary,
    Your wreath happy is so great. Love these.
    Kris

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  6. Rosemary, your wreath happy makes me wreath happy, I'm going to try my hand at one of these!

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  7. Rosemary, your wreath happy makes me wreath happy, I'm going to try my hand at one of these!

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  8. Hey, I love these. Couldn't you use the tiny ones for these crow collars I'm seeing on a lot of blog posts for Halloween?

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  9. That teeny tiny one is just adorbs!

    Jeanine

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  10. You know me Rosemary, paper happy over here, and these book wreaths are great. I could see a tree filled with them as ornaments. I can also see why you sell out, they have such a authentic charm about them.

    Xx
    Dore

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    1. I know we share a love of paper, Dore. I always love your creations.

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  11. These are so charming, Rosemary.. I can see why people love them. You're so creative!
    Blessings,
    Tamara <3

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