I went grocery shopping, picked up some last-minute items for the crafts I'll be sharing this week (including the wreath), and was pumping gas.
As I'm pumping gas, I feel this shudder, and the soda I had placed on my trunk fell to the ground.
Earthquake? No. (But not unheard of in these parts.) Slamming door? No. My car is locked.
That's when I realized what had actually happened.
Someone backed into my car.
Now thankfully, the damage isn't so terrible. It's just a bad scratch. But it's definitely noticeable, and it makes my heart hurt for my little Malibu.
You see, I'm dedicated to this car. It's 10 years old now. I bought it when I graduated from high school, and it was to be my college car. ('Cause you know, as soon as I graduated college, I was going to be rich and buy a new one.) But now that we're past that and into reality, this car and I are going all the way. To like at least 2015.
So the fact it's all banged up hurts my heart. But, we'll get her patched up soon enough. She's been through a lot. We've been through a lot. But we've got more time together on this Earth.
That's why my great wreath plan turned into a "How can we make an awesome wreath fast?" kind of thing.
Here's what we got. And I love it! (Even if it wasn't my original plan.)
Just used one of these wire wreath forms. I paid about $2 at Michael's with a Coupon. It's super light, and it allows you to tie the feather boas to something for a bit of support. A piece of cardboard cut into a circle would work well, too.
Then top it with a simple bow. I used orange. 'Cause it's Halloween and all.
For a "This day did not go as I expected" kind of craft, it still looks great, I think! Have you seen any Halloween wreaths you just love?
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