12 responses to “DIY // Joyful Magnolia Wreath”

  1. Lauren | Seventeenth & Irving saysDecember 16, 2013

    Wow, after seeing the preview yesterday, this looks even more incredible with all of the photos. And it doesn’t look super complicated, either! You did an awesome job.

  2. Melissa Zeidan saysDecember 16, 2013

    Your pictures are looking so incredible! Great job.

  3. Rachel | 52 Weeks Project saysDecember 16, 2013

    Oh girl, this is STUNNING! I love how full it came out and the contrast with your black door. So happy to have you as part of the QC 🙂

    1. Mere saysDecember 16, 2013

      Thanks so much, Rach! and thanks so much for your help and your mad photography skills! It is always so fun to craft with you. I forgot to give you photog credit, so I’m going to change that immediately. I am so honored to be a part of the QC!

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