It's been a while since I've made any new rope wreaths. Honestly my used rope supply has been very limited until recently. We went on a junk pickin' trip a few weeks ago and found a huge pile of used lassos in a shed, so we are back in wreath making business! I've started with a few summer wreaths that can easily transition into fall, such as this sunflower rope wreath.
Now the next wreaths are made on grapevine wreath bases instead of ropes, although they still have a rustic, farmhouse look. The first wreath is a smaller style with gold burlap sunflowers, fall berries, and cotton.
This is a larger grapevine wreath in creams and white, so it's great for your neutral farmhouse colors. It has cotton, cream silk peonies and white burlap peony and assorted greenery and foliage. I have several customers who like to send this style wreath for a sympathy tribute that the family can take home after the service. I try to keep a few of this style wreath made up for local deliveries that need to be made on short notice. Of course, it can also be shipped as well.
Currently all of the wreaths are available in my etsy shop. I'll take a few to the Mineola Antique Fair this week (the second Friday and Saturday of the month). If you would like to save on shipping, you can pick up there. Although please message me which wreath you want, so I'll make sure it gets on the truck to go to the show.
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