I usually have a few Christmas projects every year that are unfinished. I put them in a box for next year. This year I pulled out the jute upholstery webbing my friend and I bought last year to make these cute card holder wreaths that my friend Lacey showed me in the December 08 Better Homes and Gardens Magazine. There was also a tutorial for it on Little Birdie Secrets. It was the week before Christmas and most of my "to do" list was done, so I thought I would work on the "didn't get done" list from last year. This was the simplest wreath to make and I love how it displayed the Christmas cards and photos we got in the mail. The webbing is only about .80 a yard and I used a straw wreath that I didn't take the plastic wrap off of. Unfortunately, this is the only thing that got done out of last year's undone projects. And, I did add some more to this year's list that I started two days before Christmas. Always leaving something undone. But, I really do get excited when I see them the next year. I hope I am as excited to see the 10 half eaten gingerbread men ornaments that I only cut out next year in that box. Oh, and once I take all the cards off, I will take a photo of it so you can see what it looks like underneath. I just got too excited and loaded up the cards as soon as it was done.
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