Wednesday, August 19, 2020

A Halloween Wreath

 First off, I would like to thank everyone 

for all of your sweet comments 

for our new puppy Tundra. 

Unfortunately I have no time 

to properly comment back to you. 

Now if anyone can tell me how to not have

 double spacing with this new format....

greatly appreciated. Or is it just above the first picture?

Today is the wreath I created 
on Friday and Saturday evening.
I purchased this form in purple.

Tore up fabric strips in purple, yellow
oranges, and blacks.

To create this Halloween wreath.

I was able to create two before Tundra.
Now I find that my spare time....
which I do not have much as it is,
is spent on him.

Am so glad Bob takes over in the evening.
I plan on doing a weekly post
with Tundra's progress.

Rag Wreath Blessings To All!


  1. That little fur ball is adorable. You will think I'm crazy but I LOVE baby puppy breath. Your wreath is nice too, lol.

  2. This is a great wreath! Someone had an answer for spacing on my comments in my blog survey a post or two back. I'll be synthesizing the comments and sharing soon but if you want to know sooner, go back to the post and read the comments.

  3. Beautiful.

  4. What a precious new puppy! I love his name. It is so important to get a little one off to a good start. I am looking forward to all of your fall displays.

  5. Cute wreath Janice! I am never one to rush summer out the door, but I do so love fall...and the coolness in the air at night, and the leaves beginning to turn, it starts an itch.... ~Robin~ (PS...if you ever do find any extra time, could you email me about those items I mentioned a few posts back??)

  6. I like your wreath. I bet with a puppy in the house it is like a new baby.

  7. Puppies are just too cute, but I was happy to adopt a middle aged girl!!! No puppies for me, thank you :)

  8. I love the wreath and it's colors. I've been picking up some new fall and Halloween things these past weeks even though I always tell myself I don't need any more Halloween decor! (is it possible to have too much? Nah!!) Our furbaby came home from the doggie hospital today and taking care of him will be a time consuming venture for the next 2 months until he heals! I hope Tundra gets more and more at home with you and your hubby!


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