Vintage Bulb and Reflector Wreath

December 31st, 2008 in member junk     
missartgurl missartgurl, member
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Vintage bulbs and their reflectors get a new life on a wreath made from grapevine from my backyard! I placed a little bird and a wooden hand to add some whimsical touches. 
I added a big gaudy gold bow and it welcomes visitors to my cottage!
Closer look at Vintage Bulb Wreath
Wooden hand
Vintage bulbs and their reflectors get a new life on a wreath made from grapevine from my backyard! I placed a little bird and a wooden hand to add some whimsical touches. 
I added a big gaudy gold bow and it welcomes visitors to my cottage!

Vintage bulbs and their reflectors get a new life on a wreath made from grapevine from my backyard! I placed a little bird and a wooden hand to add some whimsical touches. 

I added a big gaudy gold bow and it welcomes visitors to my cottage!

Photo: Mary Frances Millet

Vintage bulbs and their reflectors get a new life on a wreath made from grapevine from my backyard! A little bird and a wooden hand add whimsical touches.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Mary Frances Millet
posted in: member junk, seasonal, vintage, centerpiece, artwork, christmas, retro, holiday, Wreath, grapevine, bulb

Comments (5)

SantaClaus writes: I knew I should have kept Grandma's old lights - love the creative wreath!!! Posted: 8:27 am on February 2nd
fellowjunker writes: I just love what you did with this wreath.......I saw the reflectors used on a green Christmas wreath somewhere, but I love the look of them on the grapevine even more. A GREAT idea for old bulbs and reflectors...........I'll sure be on the lookout for some!!!
xojanis Posted: 7:34 pm on January 4th
SnowmanHill writes: Cool wreath- I like the little birdy too! Krista Posted: 6:52 pm on January 1st
piecesofthepast writes: Love it...very funky! I especially love the little hand! Posted: 6:37 pm on January 1st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Oh, this is so whimsical as you said! You did a terrrific job. Welcome to posting your projects. Can't wait to see more from you.

Kindly,
Candy Posted: 3:57 pm on December 31st
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