Layers

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So, it is officially freezing… You know what that means?? Lots of layers and time go break out the oh so comfy, but not so cute Ugg boots! I live in layers and Ugg boots all winter! I hate being cold!!! Layers are the way to go!!
Vest: Gap Factory(similar)
Sweater: Forever 21, like this!
Leggings: Gap
Scarf: Forever 21(similar)
Boot Socks: Target, these are fun!
Boots: Ugg
Drink: A delicious non fat, no whip, salted caramel white chocolate mocha! Enjoy:)

Here are a few fun wreaths I’ve been working on!!
Love using deco mesh!!!

TGIF ladies!
Thanks for reading!!
Xoxo,
Amanda

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5 comments

  1. My God. Those wreaths look so good. I have recently ordered some deco mesh from Papermart and I may receive the order any time. I was wondering if you could share with me the process to make wreaths with the deco mesh so that I can make one for my girlfriend and gift her on this valentine day.

    1. Hello!! Thanks you so so much for your sweet comment! Sorry I am just now getting back to you:( crazy week for me!!
      Deco mesh is super easy to work with! I try to buy the wire wreath for that already has the twisty ties on it, but if not I usually twist two-three pipe cleaners to each section of the wreath form! Then I cut a 16 in. piece of ribbon and tape it to the table! You will use this to measure out your mesh for each pipe cleaner! The first piece you tie and the last need to have a little extra mesh, so you can twist those ends in and still have it look good! So, you start out by unrolling your mesh a bit and measure out 16 inches at a time! Don’t cut the mesh, just tie it off at the pipe cleaner at each section until you get to the last pipe cleaner, then cut the mesh and tie the end of the mesh in! Then you can move and flush the mesh how you like it! The more you do it, the faster you get! You will get of get your own thing!

      Good luck!!

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