Isn’t it nice when the town offers community garden plots for a very small fee and even, advice, workshops, compost and mulch? It’s frugal, easy and fulfilling. Isn’t it also nice when there is good mood in one’s work environment? Hubby and a few friends from his job, gather together to do what I find quite interesting activities that vary from football (the American style), to comedy nights, to snowboarding and even to…gardening.
Last summer, they came with the great idea to rent a plot as a team and try their hands in producing…produce. It was fun and a huge success. Oh the tomatoes!
Coastal creme and blue wreaths are going to be all the rage this summer. With starfish and shells. And they are beautiful (I will show you my favorites soon – promise).
However, I am not ready for them yet. We had a surprisingly short and dry spring this year. It really felt like we went from winter straight to summer. I missed spring! So, when I decided to adorn our front door with a wreath, it seems that subconsciously I picked spring colors. My summer wreath looks suspiciously like a spring wreath.
In this tutorial, I will show you my DIY wreath and I will share a few tricks that help me when tackling wreaths.