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  1. KariAnne Wood says:

    What an amazing wreath! I love the way it turned out! Perfect for summer!

    Happy day friend!
    KariAnne

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks Rachel! So many great projects in the hop!

  2. Kathy Munday says:

    Hi Jenn
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the mermaid wreath. Being on the Cape I have made quite a few wreaths with shells and hydrangeas. I never even thought of a mermaid one. My daughter lives in inland CT but adores mermaids! (Her car number plate is “Mermaid”!) I think I will make one for her. Just a suggestion, I wouldn’t put the starfish on first as you thought you would do if you made another. It would get lost under the greenery. I’ve recently been using Gorilla hot glue. This stuff would hold your roof shingles in place!!!!! If you think the starfish might be insecure, try getting some clear fishing line to anchor it to the wreath. Just wrap it around a couple legs, criss cross it over the center of the star and tie it off in back. It will easily be hidden in the greenery and unless you are less than an inch from it, it will not show!
    All of your wreath ideas are fabulous!!
    Thank you!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Kathy, the fishing line is such a good idea! I know my son has some in his tackle box. Is it ever going to stop raining?? I just popped out to check my garden and it started pouring on me again!! Glad I didn’t pack away the warm jammies and my heavy duvet yet.

  3. Such a lovely wreath! I have one coastal themed bedroom and a bath and this would be perfect for either room. Gonna grab the “ingredients” list and head to Hobby Lobby!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Then it will be perfect!! Now it the mermaid wall decor isn’t on sale this week it probably will be next!!

  4. Jen I think this is my favorite thing you have ever done!!!! So pretty!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thank you, friend!!!