|Best. Gift. Ever.|
Who out there gives people things they would really much rather keep for themselves? Me, me (raises hand enthusiastically)! A few months back, I noticed this story on RetroRenovation about Georgia Peachez Christmas wreathes made from retro Christmas ornaments.
I have sort of a begrudging respect for the holidays. I like the ho-ho-ho and good cheer ... the do-do-do not so much. And being just a tiny bit the mid-century minimalist, I kinda don't like all the stuff that comes along with with Christmas. But I know somebody who does!
What? Of course she loves it.
Mom pulled the wreath out of the box and immediately started to examine it to see how she could make one. But wait, Pam from RetroRenovation posted the instructions from wreath maker Suzy right here. Let the vintage ornament collecting begin!
A Christmas elf demonstrates the hanging of the wreath.
Straight up beautiful, right?
"I think I still have a few dozen Shiny Brites up in the attic."
Get on the GeorgiaPeachez email list here, as the wreathes quickly sell out. That was how I got my mom's. And shop here. No, this post wasn't sponsored by Georgia Peachez, just by my ridiculous enthusiasm.
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