Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Holiday Wreaths: Organic and Traditional


Good day world!

We're one day closer to Christmas and so I have another wreath post for you... Of all the funky and unique types of wreaths I've featured over the past week, these are the more traditional and natural looking wreaths.  Berries, holly branches, pine cones, leaves, succulents, palm fronds and more.... I love how every wreath is unique in its very own way!



Other 2010 holiday posts you may like:
 
AHHH!!!  Succulents!  Nature's wonder!  I LOVE this wreath :)

Lovely lovely lovely!



 


Table wreath!  I like this idea and its presentation!
Well, this isn't technically a wreath, but I'd say it's a creative interpretation of a wreath that makes this front door stoop look amazing!  Oh, and the snow and those great stone vases flanking the door help too!  :)
And last, a tropical wreath that cries Miami because it's made of palm fronds and a starfish! 
LOVE IT!

(All images via a Google image search, Good Housekeeping, Sunset, Better Homes and Gardens, Country Living  or where otherwise noted in the file name)

3 comments:

  1. Oh my! These are all quite beautiful pictures you have selected for us to see Catherine! Outstanding choices! I must admit though, that my very, very favorite pic has to be the one of the red door with that gorgeous garland and wreath with GIANT pinecones on them! Wow! I know that those giant pinecones are called Sugar Pinecones and can be found in the Northern California area. I saw them when we visited Mendocino and they are HUGE!!!!

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  2. Oh I agree Gina, that door with the Giant Sugar Pinecones and Garland is a stunner. I also love the succulent wreath and the Florida Palm Frond/Starfish wreath. They are all beautiful. My holiday card this year has a beautiful Organic wreath with eucalyptus, white flowers and little ferns running through. I love wreaths, thanks for your post.

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  3. Michael's has their wreaths for 70% off now, I got my January wreath yesterday for $8.00 and it has pinecones and snow on it, perfect for January! I always have a wreath on my door every month of the year depending on the holiday! Love them!

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