3/21/15

Pretty Spring Rain Boot Wreath



Finally it's here, the long awaited season of Spring! Whoo hoo!!!

So to help celebrate Spring's return, today I am going to share with you an idea I had to add a little pizzazz to a Michael's Craft store wreath I purchased many many moons ago.



Now I have seen both wreaths and rain boots hung as front door decor, but never the two together! So I decided to use a pair of Grace's much loved rubber rain boots from when she was just a little girl, and add them to the look of my spring wreath. 


This is Grace at age 4 sporting her spring ensemble which included her little yellow rain boots. (I love how nothing in the outfit matches except for the two boots.)

Using good old fashion floral wire, I just threaded it through the loops of the boots and then wired them to the wreath.


 A pretty green burlap bow was then added to finish it off! 


Don't those bright yellow boots really make the entire wreath pop?


I think Moe likes it too!
Happy Spring everyone, and have a great weekend!!!

XO
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23 comments:

  1. Too cute Barbara!! Can you believe we are getting SNOW on the first day of Spring UGH!!!

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  2. I pinned that wreath, Barbara. Now I am sad that I gave my little boots away....darn it! I pinned it because it is just darling! So is your daughter---mismatched and all....lol
    LOVE that kitty, too! xo Diana

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  3. Oh wow, how cute! I have a yellow pair of rain boots that belonged to my now 32 year old daughter. I am going to have to pull them out and make a wreath like yours. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Barbara, I love the wreath and what a great idea. I have a pair of old pink poka dot boots that I was going to do something with so maybe instead of planting flowers in them I will put them in a wreath.
    Happy Spring and your wreath really looks so Spring.
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Mary

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  5. Actually.....Moe looks like he is saying "okay, enough is enough...just let me in the door for crying out loud" LOL...Love the wreath, the story, and yes...the cat!!!
    Blessings,
    J

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  6. I love it and I used to have a cat named Moe.

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  7. Hi there, I hopped over from Sunday's at Home. This is just so cute! Blessings, Cecilia

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  8. You are so creative! This would've made a great post for the Spring Blog Hop party coming up too. I've never seen little rain boots used in a wreath but I'll bet you'll be starting the newest craze after people see this idea. I need to spruce up my front porch for Spring too.

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  9. I love it!
    I would love for you to share your wreath with our Link Up Party- Idea box:

    http://milaslittlethings.com/2015/03/idea-box-thursday-link-party-2.html

    xx
    Mila
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    milawayable@gmail.com

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  10. HOW cute is this!? I will definitely have to keep my eyes open for some of these at the thrift stores -- my kids are long grown now so we don't have any around the house!

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  11. Oh gosh--- this is adorable!! What a great way to preserve those boots and jazz up the wreath. I love it! So glad you joined us at Idea Box link party. Hope you linkup with us again this week!

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  12. Love the wreath! The green ribbon and yellow booths are the perfect touch to make the wreath look amazing! Your little girl was adorable in her spring unmatched ensemble!

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  13. This is so cute! I love the combination of the boots with the flowers. The green bow really sets it off. Thanks for sharing on the Spring Craft Blog Hop.

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  14. How adorable!!! What a great way to make the entry inviting!! #SCBH2015

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  15. Barbara, your wreath is such an eye-catcher. What a playful way to greet your guests. I love the colors and I especially love the use of the rainboots. It welcomes you to come in and "play" or reminds me of days gone by where neighbors and friends gathered on the front porch for something to drink while watching the Spring rain fall. I can smell the fresh, earthy smell and the cool breeze. So delightful, especially hung on a white door.

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  16. I love your boot wreath. It is so Spring!! xo

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  19. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to sound so negative, so I deleted my post. We all have different tastes....

    I think you have a beautiful blog!

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    1. Everyone is entitled to his or her opinion Lindsay...that is why I published your comment. Only if something is written with incredibly poor taste would I not publish it.Thank you very much for the sweet compliment. Please come by again! XO Barbara

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