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The Rightsized Wreath

Posted on December 7th, 2012 by Margit Novack
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The origin of the wreath is thousands of years old and derives from when people gathered evergreens during winter as a sign of spring and rebirth. Recycling — turning used materials into new products — is a kind of rebirth as well. So it makes sense to marry these two concepts. Here are our favorite examples of wreaths made from everyday household items. To make something so special out of things so ordinary is truly glorious. Which is your favorite?

Wreath made from old tools

 

Wreath made from wine corks

 

Wreath made from paper towel rolls!

 

Wreath made from old sweaters

 

Wreath made from neck ties

 

Wreath made from old photos

 

Wreath made from book pages

 

Wreath made from paint brushes

 

 

 

 

5 Responses to “The Rightsized Wreath”

Great analogy and great finds. All eight creations are beautiful; it’s hard to pick just one! But, I’ll never throw out an old sweater without thinking of how it could be transformed into a wreath. Thanks for sharing these!

They are all great but I especially like the toilet paper roll wreath. What a great & beautiful use for such a mundane item.

These photos are exactly what I was looking for for potential book covers. Where did you get the images–specifically the one with the tools and paintbrushes.

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They are all ingenious and it is hard to make a choice. I truly like them all, and they have given me some ideas for recycling, which I just adore doing. Thank you for the display.

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