With three big "wreath holidays" coming up quickly, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas, I've been in a total holiday state of mind in the past few days.
So as I was raking next to the Concord grape vine a light bulb went on.
I decided to cut the vines and use as wreath material. Now you may not thing there's anything special with that, but for me it is. I've never made a wreath before. I'm one of those who always buy them and might add a little detail to make it mine.
But this year is different. I've been totally inspired by my fellow bloggers and their creativity - especially the Swedish ones.
Check out Sanna at My Blueberry House for example, she's always got something crafty going on.
Or Charlotte at GardenFlow, she's the queen of cosy garden pictures, always filled with great atmosphere.
Not to mention Helena at the Swenglish Home, she has the coziest blog in England, filled with beautiful pictures and words that sometimes seem like those out of a storybook, mixed up with "why-didn't-I-think-of-that" crafts and homey decorating ideas.
Last, but not least, is my latest obsession, The Virginia House. A fun blog with lot's of money-saving do-it-yourself-tips, written in the most entertaining language that continues to crack me up.
It's all fun!