With every new season comes a new wreath for your front door. Sometimes wreaths can be eccentric, extravagant, simple, or elegant; it all depends on your mood, the decor, and often the holiday.
Caitie, From My Home To Yours, uses a grapevine wreath and attaches an adorable Bowdabra Bow along with a painted W. monogram. The wreath matches her outside porch furniture perfectly! Caitie has additional pictures on her blog of patio furniture with upholstered red and white polka dots. Too cute!
Sarah, from Sewing and Crafting with Sarah adds a Bowdabra Bow to an Easter Wreath. The bow completes the wreath and adds a certain amount of softness to contrast the brightly colored flowers. Visit her blog for a tutorial on how to make her wreath.
Vicki, The Creative Goddess, uses the Bowdabra to make brightly colored tulle bows that form the base of her wreath. She then adds butterflies onto the wreath for an adorable spring look. Vicki gives instructions on how make this wreath on her blog. Incidentally, Vicki made this wreath with a group of ladies at her local retirement home! Well done Vicki! We love when people of all ages can have fun and create with the Bowdabra!