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October 28, 2013

Thank You To Creekside Farms

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Last week I received a lovely Eucalyptus Berry Wreath from family owned and operated Creekside Farms in California. It might be a little early to be purchasing a Christmas wreath, but it’s fitting as I post the start to my December Daily™ album this week.

I’m a big fan of wreaths. Maybe it’s because I love circles. If you check out my holiday board on Pinterest you’ll find lots of wreaths, most of which are simple with lots of greenery. I like my wreaths, just like my flower arrangements, very simple – often with all the same flower or greenery.

One of my dreams is to have a wreath in every window of my house that faces the street during December. They are just so festive. Maybe this will be the year I make that happen.

This particular wreath is actually intended for indoor use but I couldn’t help hanging it on my red front door.

They also have a really lovely selection of fall wreaths available that would look awesome around the house for November and our Thanksgiving celebration.

Thank you Creekside Farms for getting this holiday season started on the right foot. I’ll move it inside for the trick or treaters later this week.

ABOUT THIS WREATH | Creekside Farms’ Eucalyptus Berry Wreath is made with fresh California greens, eucalyptus and bay, that are hand woven together with quality red faux berries interspersed to create a festive, lively, and aromatic wreath. The simplistic elegance of this wreath makes it an excellent addition to any room, or as a festive scented welcome on a door. Wreath measures 18″ and retails for $69. It can be purchased at www.creeksidefarms.com.

Comments

  • 1.
    young c said…

    Pretty!

  • 2.
    Debbie said…

    Such a pretty wreath. How fragrant is it?

  • 3.
    Shaela said…

    It’s a beautiful wreath! I always have a wreath hanging on my front door; I try to change it out seasonally. :) And just a thought… have you ever considered hanging a wreath on the inside of your front door? One spring my mom bought me a gorgeous wreath made up with fresh flowers. I didn’t want it to get ruined or blown away hanging out my front door, so I flipped the hanger around and hung it on the inside. I loved the way it looked and dressed up the entryway. :)

    • ….
      Melanie A. said…

      Shaela, our front door has a lot of carved design on it so a wreath hanger does not lay flat causing a wreath to kind of stick out weird. The first year I lived here it made me sad as I wanted a wreath on that front door so bad! But then I decided that I could hang it backwards and enjoy the wreath on the inside. Now every Christmas we have a fresh greenery wreath that smells and looks great on the inside of our front door! Great minds!

  • 4.
    Cara said…

    Very pretty. I like how simple yet still festive it is. I would definitely hang this on all our doors.

  • 5.
    Abby said…

    Love how it looks on your door!

  • 6.
    Sara said…

    Pretty!I also want to have one.

  • 7.
    Jill said…

    Ali – don’t forget that Colby will have their rose hip wreaths at the Glory Days Holiday Open House next weekend – it’s tradition ! Although I do love this one too. Have a great day my friend.

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