May 06, 2013

Welcome Wreath

I am a pinterest hoarder.  Somehow I get off just by browsing and pinning, browsing and pinning.  It's like a drug.  I feel I was just shopping when I am finished.  Most of the time I have great intentions when I select a pin to post, but really, deep down, I know I will never cook it, buy it, wear it, or make it.
This baby of an idea was special though.  I knew right away it was going to get done.  It met the "criteria" which are as follows:  1. Can be made in just a couple of hours, 2. All materials can be bought at Walmart along with my groceries (I hate extra trips for things) 3. It's simple yet pretty,
4. I won't end up in tears trying to figure out how to pull it off.

A lovely welcome to my home.

Thank you for reading:)


Primitive Stars said...

Oh Steph, that's not good....I know what you mean about is it....Sure hope you feel happier soon....Hugs Francine.

Sheila said...

Oh Steph I am so happy to see you here. Your wreath is beautiful and I hope it makes you smile. I'm sorry you've had such a long SAD winter......effects my hubby too, though not nearly as I fear it effect's you. Bless you sweet girl, I know I function much better with lots of sunshine. Sending hugs and positive thoughts your way.
Bless you and yours,

Trace4J said...

Giant hugs love and prayers to you Friend!
Very pretty wreath!

annie said...

love the wreath, hugs on the SAD, many suffer with it, no picnic for sure, hope the spring & summer will revive all your creativity!

Raymond Homestead said...

Love the wreath, very springy. Hope you get to feeling better Steph.

Holly said...

Are you sure we are not related? I think in a past life we were twins. I am not one to ever be depressed but this winter has been a tough one for me too. There has been so much "stuff" last year that has made me sad and I have lost all motivation. Hoping you feel much better soon. I have missed you on blogger! Oh-and I love your wreath!

Earlene Landis said...

I have no idea how to do pinterest but I love looking at it!
This was a long winter...too long.
You made a very cute wreath Steph.

Jan - Life on Buttermilk Hill said...

Hi Steph! I'm SO glad you are back!! I've missed you! The last 2 weeks have been tough for me too, but for different reasons. The lack of sunshine in the winter is a real problem for many people but I have heard there are treatments for it. We need our happy Steph back! You did a great job on the looks so fresh and Springy! Hugs...Jan

Lori @ applegrovetreasures said...

Hi Steph, the wreath is great! Love the idea of your "criteria", I need to follow something like that! Hope your feeling better soon, I know about those long winters, it was one of the reasons we left Maine and came to Florida. Keep your chin up and take one day at a time:)

Old Red Barn said...

Welcome back. I missed you and I just knew there was something going on. I'm glad you're feeling better. Try to get as much sun as possible. You need the vitamines. Maybe consider light therapy for next year?

Deb Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Your wreath is beautiful Steph and I'm so sorry you've been suffering with SAD, it's such a rotten disorder :O( Do you have a full spectrum light for light therapy? I have read that it really does help with the depression. Wishing you sun filled days, Deb

Angie Berry said...

Oh girl, I'm so sorry! You're blessed with a wonderful and supportive family. I hope the warm sunshine and lazy days of summer have helped you. If I lived by you, I would have been at your house every day or making you come to mine and driving you crazy with all things Pinterest and prim, hehehe!

Your wreath is adorable, daffodils are one of my favorite flowers!