Sunday, November 22, 2009

~the letter K~

A good friend of mine, one from way back in Jr. high school,
got married last night at the Crystal Lake Lodge.
It was a beautiful wedding and I just quickly wanted to share
with you this giant letter K
{her new last name initial}
that I made for the mantle.
She had tons of curly willow and fall leaves, etc.
so this moss covered letter fit in perfectly, especially on the river rock fireplace.
It's just a simple cardboard letter from my local craft store
covered in Spanish moss!
I love how it turned out and I think I will be making more this week!
You could leave it up year round, it fits in perfectly with fall decor and spring decor.
I think it would look excellent on a front door hanging from ribbon!

The flowers were all done by my sweet sister in law Jaime,

and you can see some of her work on her blog here!

Hope you all had a great weekend!



~ Kelly Ann ♥ said...

Love this idea!!! I just may do this for a christmas wreath -thxs for the idea!

Shanna said...

mmm I love it! I have seen these where they have used a hanger as well. Cardboard seems much easier.

Angie said...

Ok- I ALWAYS love everything you do but this one made me giddy!!!!!! I have drooled over the Ballard Design letters they do every year for christmas. This is a FANTASTIC idea. Thanks for sharing!

Jennifer said...

It looks like such a beautiful wedding!! That "K" is fantastic! You could use it year round for sure... that is great!! :)

mama faith said...

ahhh! love this! gave me an idea for a christmas wreath for my front door!

Katy said...

Love this idea! That would be so much fun on or near the hearth of my fireplace.

p.s....want to come check out my kitchen redo?

Tracy is ... Loving Pretty Things said...

Love it - So simple, such a great statement!!

Rachel H. said...

That's beautiful!! I love it! :)

snowman hill said...

Sooo cute!!!

Jess said...

Love it!

Zuzu's Petals said...

That turned out great! I've done a few projects with moss, but never a letter. I think I am going to have to give that a try.

Love Being a Nonny said...

My daughter-in-law and son had one of these at their wedding. Lovely!

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