Okay, so any of the above ways would be accurate.
But, for me - it's none of the above.
V was walking on the beach one morning after a bad storm...instead of coming back with pretty seashells for me, he came back with a base wreath! Perfect time for me to make a Christmas wreath!
It stayed outside for a couple of days before I got around to purchasing the supplies I would need to beautify the wreath.
I wound up decorating the wreath at night. So when I went outside, it was dark. I started to wind ribbon around the wreath.
Then...I screamed. Chewy came running to see if I was okay (V was out playing soccer.)
There was a lizard! On my kitchen table. A lizard!
After I got my proof and my heeby-jeebies went away, I started to figure out how to get him back outside. Finally, I caught him in a plastic tupperware container. I slid a piece of paper underneath and back he went, into the wild!
So that, my friends, is a Florida style wreath. A) You find the base on the beach. B) A lizard made it into a home for a brief period of time.
It was all worth it, though, because now I have a pretty wreath when you walk in our front door!
Did you make a wreath this Christmas? If so, I would love to see it!
That lizard wanted to....help? I think your weath cane out beautifully and festive! So many cool things about a Florida Christmas! My friend moved to Jensen Beach 2 years ago and it's different but equally as amazing!ReplyDelete