Holiday Blog Hop with Canvas Corp & Petaloo: Day 4

We are half way through our week of beautiful “wreaths” and Lynne’s is a breadth of fresh snow air.  Lynne Forsythe brings to the Crew her wonderfully creative use of color and with her shabby chic style.   Lynne’s Snow Wreath inspires us that you don’t have to choose red and green when you create projects for the holidays.  Out of her box came a unique mixture of turquoise, purple and natural elements.

“When I opened my box filled with Canvas Corp Canvases and Petaloo Flowers and Trims, the first thing that popped into my mind was Winter, all the beautiful hues of Teal and Purple. I had recently purchased some silver snowflakes from one of the big box stores and knew they would be the PERFECT addition to my wreath. I then pulled out a Grapevine Wreath from my stash and let the creative process begin. I knew I wanted to create a half wreath, something a bit different from the norm.”

A beautiful mix of burlap and canvas accented with turquoise and purple.

Lynne seldom creates a project that does not include at least one flower, so this was the perfect challenge for her.  Starting with a small Petaloo flower she has turned the focal point flower into a large flower by simply starting with a Canvas Corp Burlap flower…slipping in lace and snowflake pieces colors to create her own amazing flower. The use of vintage ornaments or holiday decor in your pieces brings out that shabby chic and just the right amount of glitter needed.  She wrapped the canvases with pieces of Canvas Corp Burlap, Petaloo Fancy Trims and Vintage Lace tied with Canvas Corp Jute and accented them with various Petaloo Flowers, Textured Blooms, Velvet Hydrangeas, and Chantilly Mixed Blooms. She then stacked the decorated canvases on the wreath.

lynn's photo collection

“I hope you enjoyed my “Snow Wreath” and that it has inspired you to think outside of the box when creating your holiday wreath to adorn your front door, mantle or wall.”

To see more of Lynne’s work, visit her blog The Next Best Thing by Lynne http://lynneforsythe.blogspot.com and to view more great projects from our blog hop visit us on pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/canvascorp/canvas-corp-blog-hops/ 

 

 

15 Responses to “Holiday Blog Hop with Canvas Corp & Petaloo: Day 4”

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  1. This is so very stunning! Love the colors and so many amazing elements to enjoy!

  2. marylouh says:

    I love the idea of using the canvases as gift boxes. they are a good size to fit on the wreath and can be used for painting after the holidays. The colors are so pretty. thanks for sharing.

  3. Smokie says:

    This is very pretty. I never thought of decorating wreaths part of the way, pretty.

  4. Ava Gavloski says:

    love this…. let my give this one a try, thanks for sharing the inspiration

  5. Jen says:

    This is SO pretty!! The colors… the textures… the creativity! As usual, I am in awe of Lynne’s talent and the beauty she creates!

  6. Jackie QH says:

    This is a very lovely creation!

  7. Dana N. says:

    I can’t begin to tell you how much I love your wreath! The colors are awesome!

  8. ginger jarnagin says:

    Wow. Love this “side ” wreath. My favorite colors.

  9. Dee in NH says:

    Wow! Pure gorgeous! I love the colors and the amazing flowers and the little gifts too!

  10. jpscraps says:

    Love this great idea!

  11. Lynda says:

    amazing project!

  12. Katie B. says:

    Such a beautiful wreath by Lynne!! I love her idea to create presents on the wreath. And the flowers accenting the canvas/burlap canvas presents are just beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  13. TracyM #6773 says:

    GORGEOUS wreath!!!
    LOVE the combo of the pretty flowers & trims with the mini-canvases :)
    THANK YOU for sharing your BEAUTIFUL & CREATIVE inspiration!!!

  14. Judy B says:

    What a pretty wreath. Love the little canvases you used and the beautiful teal flower! Thanks for sharing.

  15. Scrappin' Diva - Cindy B says:

    This is so beautiful. Love the rustic and romantic look of this wreath!

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