Friday, November 18, 2011

wreath wreath

I can't stop.  It's a sickness.  Not like the frame thing.  Or the little table thing.  But still.

I found a booklet of sheet music from my local used bookstore {Bookman's is AWESOME y'all!}  And this music was published in 1937!  Wow!  Now, I'm always hesitant to tear apart a book, or even sheet music, but I had this image of this poor little booklet sitting alone on the shelves at Bookman's for years - all sad and lonely - and then getting thrown away because it wasn't selling.  So, really, I RESCUED this music from the dumpster.  Or that's what I'm telling myself.

I love this wreath as-is.  But I'm also thinking it needs something.  A little glitter maybe?  What do you think?

Again, this is something that I'll be selling at the office craft fair.  A portion of all sales from the fair will go to our local food bank.  The Tucson Community Food Bank is way short on food and cash donations this year and won't be able to provide holiday food boxes to families in need.  My awesome, kind and generous co-workers are also collecting food and will be doing some fundraising for the food bank over the next month.  Because that's how we roll.

What holiday cheer are you spreading these days?


Jenfier Harrod said...

Love this!
Please come to my parties

Miss Charming said...

Cute wreath! I just made one (without the frame)and added a glitter letter to the center. Good luck with the fundraiser.

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Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Super cute- sharing it at the party this week which is up early tonight because of the Holiday! Hope to see you there!

Jessica @ {The.Junk.Nest.} said...

Really cute. Love the music sheets you used.

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Judy said...

I love your wreath. Super cute. I will be featuring it tonight at my Fall into Fall party that opens at 8pm EST. Please stop by and pick up an I've Been Featured button. Thanks so much.