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Friday, January 27, 2012

Barbed Wire Wreath



A few years ago two girls in the family were getting married and there was a double bridal shower.  Both of their husbands are ropers and they like western stuff.  So this is what I ended up making, one for each of them.


My dad had some old barbed wire in a ditch.  So it was nice and rusted!  I picked up the letters and the hearts at the craft store.  I drilled holes in the letters so I would be able to wire them together and then drilled holes in the hearts.  Then I painted them all red, and sanded off the edges.  Lucky for me since it was a barbed wire wreath it looked cute to just wire them on.  I wired all the letters together before wiring them to the wreath. 


I LOVE it! I hope you do too!



10 comments:

  1. First love the blog name, so fun. Love the wreath to, very unique and pretty. Please join my weekly anything goes linky every fri-monday at Bacon Time.

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  2. Love this! So cute and rustic! Pinning to remmember it!

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  3. Barbed wire... is it because love hurts? I love the wreath :)) Visiting from Making the world cuter - my entry is http://meehameeha.blogspot.com/2012/03/how-to-make-faux-wallpaper.html

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  4. I LOVE this! (Even pinned it!) Thanks for sharing it on Funday Sunday! Now I just have to find a place to get some rusty barbed wire...good thing my tetanus shot is up to date!

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  5. This is pretty. So clever! Thanks for sharing on Handmade Tuesdays.

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  6. I wanna make one! Adorably rustic. perfect for Valentine's day! :)

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  7. Such a clever idea! stopping by from yesterday on tuesday

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  8. I love how rustic and cute this is!! Love it. Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime!!

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  9. Love this! So rustic and unique! I'd love to have you come link up to my Family Fun Friday linky (special Valentine's Day edition) at http://www.momsandmunchkins.ca/2013/02/08/family-fun-friday-20130208/

    Happy Friday! :)

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