Monday, May 9, 2011

Jelly Bean To Spring

DSC01836Ok do you remember my Jelly bean wreath? Well after 2 years and a few drops lets just say it was time to get rid of it! Or was it?! It was defiantly ugly and faded and yes there was a few jelly beans that didn't survive. But I still had faith!DSC_0988I decided I wouldn't be out any money to try and revive it. I love the look of all the cool bean wreaths so I was hoping this would work minus the hours spend gluing on beans!DSC_2142 I added a coat of Krylon paint and already it was looking 100% better. Next I added a bow I loved the animal print! It pays to have a friend with more ribbon then most craft stores!DSC_2236 I could have stopped there and hid my broken jelly beans with the ribbon. But I decided to add a little more color with some felt flowers. I Love yellow and the 3 colors are so much fun!DSC_2242Ready to see my finished spring wreath?     DSC_2237
What do you think?
kori

15 comments:

  1. I love the bright colors, the flowers are so pretty... I wish I didn't throw mine out now!

    Carlee

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  2. Following you in every possible way :-) From To Making Friends Monday Blog Hop. If I lost some way to follow you, please, tell me.
    Hope to see you at http://www.luckyangelandgiveaways.blogspot.com/
    Thank you and have a great week :-)

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  3. Hey there, I love that wreath, so darling.

    I found you through the Monday Blog Hop, and am a new GFC follower. Hoping you will stop by and return the favor. :)

    www.ourmonkeylife.com

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  4. Wow, so cute. Great job. I would never have the patience to glue all those jelly beans on. I think I like it even better now!! :)

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  5. I love the rescue! Great idea! :)
    I would love it if you shared this at my linky party @ {nifty thrifty sunday} (it'll be open till Wed night)!
    xoxo,
    Vanessa

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  6. Very,very fun! Great rescue.

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  7. I'm visiting from Debbiedoos!

    As a jelly bean wreath it was cute, but now it is totally fierce! It looks awesome, and I'm totally jealous that I don't have one!

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  8. adorable, love the color. thanks for sharing this at my party!!

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  9. What a GREAT idea! I made a jellybean topiary this year for Easter/Spring and I was wondering what would happen when the color on the candy would start to fade and then BINGO I find your blog! ha ha, thanks for the fantastic idea!
    -Angela

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  10. What a great idea!! I am your newest follower on GFC from the Super Stalker Sunday :)

    Growing Up Geeky

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  11. Love the colors and I am such a sucker for rosettes! Thanks for linking this up!

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  12. love it! What a great idea!!!
    Thanks for sharing at Its Sew Fun Tuesday!

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  13. Kori -- it's awesome! I love the way the Krylon paint gave the wreath a whole new life and a new look. It looks like something you'd find at Z Galerie or Pottery Barn!

    Always a pleasure to have your creativity linked-up on "A Little Birdie Told Me..." at Rook No. 17!

    Jenn

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  14. I like it even better than the original! :) Great job!

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  15. lovely! you made it to this week's votation round for May's finest. votation will start today and will run for a week. good luck, love!

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