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Vintage Hymnal Wreath

 I found this old hymnal wreath at a shop last week.  I thought about it for a day and decided to go back and get it on Saturday.  I thought it was a very clever idea.  It only cost $10.

Comments

Tara G. said…
Very pretty!
Angie said…
That is beautiful! I would have totally bought it too :)
Nancy said…
I love it! What a great price!
Melissa said…
that is so nice...what is in the middle of it holding it together?
Maryellen said…
Oh how neat. I love it. Can you tell what songs they are? Very special find.
Angie said…
I love this idea! My mom is a church pianist. This would make a great mother's day gift. I don't think it will be hard to replicate.
DeeDee said…
I love that!!!
Jill said…
My Mom has a really large wreath like this over her piano at home...love it!
Deidre said…
I love this!!! I so wish I could figure out how to make one.

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