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FATHERS DAY WREATH!!!

Nothing says I love you more than a handmade Father's Day gift, so tell Dad how much he means to you by making his Father's Day gift by hand. In Crafts for Father's Day: 36 Homemade Father's Day Gift Ideas, you'll find lots of great ideas.

baseball wreath, it would have to be Yankees though, not cardinals.

St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Wreath

Easy DIY baseball wreath tutorial (must change to MN Twins:). You can use your favorite team for the sports fan in your life! Great gift idea for birthday present, Christmas gift, or Father's Day gift.

20 Wooden Monogram Letter by TrendyTrimmings

Monogram Letter- Interlocking Script Initial- Wooden Monogram- for your front door, home, nursery, or wedding- unpainted

Primitive Crafts - Bing Images

They are often simple in design and creation, and primitive crafters often do not try for perfection, since imperfections add to the charm and allure of such handmade items.

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Spring Hydrangea Wreath-Square Spring Wreath- Spring Wreaths- Spring Decor- Wall Art- Hydrangea Wedding Wreath- Square Wreath XL via Etsy

40 DIY Ideas on How to Transform Empty Wine Bottles Into Useful Items

wine cork projects--wine cork wreath from living savvy. good ideas need to save for when we drink more wine

60 Amazing 4th July Wreaths For Your Front Door | DigsDigs

of July Chevron Ribbon Wreath. (take red and white ribbon and place a wooden D and make a football wreath

Hedgehog and Wine Wreath

fun with leftover corks.great for wine lovers!fun with leftover corks.great for wine lovers!

Decor & Housewares - Etsy Home & Living

I like this orange burlap wreath. Orange Burlap "Pumpkin" Wreath with Green Chevron Burlap Bow, Fall Wreath, Thanksgiving Decor, Harvest

Weekend Inspiration: Wreaths, Wreaths, and More Wreaths - Round of different wreaths for holiday decorating. Each one is different. Take a look. For the full po…

Wreaths, Wreaths, and More Wreaths

Pick up several ornaments with different shapes and finishes, then attach them to the back of an empty frame using ribbon, twine or string and a staple gun. Once attached, the ornaments take on new life as subject matter for still-life art.

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