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Isn’t this Mrs. Claus Deco Mesh Wreath with her sweet cheerful and smiley face a fun way to welcome your family and friends this Christmas Season. She would also be a great addition to your inside Christmas decor. This wreath was made in a pet free and smoke free home. Materials used: A wooden hand painted 12 inch circle Mrs. Santa Claus face; wire wreath work form, beautiful white snowball and snowdrift deco mesh and red with silver tinsel deco mesh; handmade bow made with 3 premium Christmas ribbons; Mrs. Clause red hat embellished with a beautiful Christmas pick and hot glue. Don’t forget Mr. & Mrs. Claus great for double doors! Measurements:26x26x7 Please note: All of these pictures were taken on a 28 inch door and the average front door is 36 inches. Remember to keep your shipping box for storage when you’re not displaying your wreath.
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****Please note: Glass/Candle is for display purposes only! It is not included in purchase. You will receive only the mesh centerpiece. *** Handmade 17" Beach Deco Mesh Centerpiece/Candle Holder Add a little sparkle to your table with this cute centerpiece. Could use as a candle holder, vase decorative piece, or leave it as is! Anything your heart desires! Endless ideas! Made with a wire wreath, chenille stems, deco mesh, and ribbon. Deco Mesh includes: Mint Green & Burlap Ribbon includes: Beach Print with Fish, Shells, Starfish, Reef & Aqua plaid/burlap Measurements: 17" in diameter and 6" in height. Center hole is approximately 3.5" diameter. Shipping: Free Shipping on all U.S. orders!!! I will ship item within 48 hours of CLEARED payment. I use USPS ground shipping unless priority is less expensive. This means you should receive your item within 2-9 business days once shipped. (Excludes USPS Air - could be 3+ weeks) Thank you for looking! Any questions about purchasing please feel free to contact me and be sure to check out my other items available! (Please note: I do not offer tutorials on how to make my items) Social Media: Facebook - www.Facebook.com/crystalsetsystore Instagram - www.instagram.com/crystalsetsystore
This wreath measures approximately 24x24x7 and will be shipped in a large box to keep it from getting damaged - however it will probably need some
Deco Mesh (also goes by the name poly sinamay mesh) has been the secret ingredient for florist and decorators for years now. I have not seen it available for sale even in stores that normally have floral supplies but Hobby Lobby did have a few colors this year on their Christmas ribbon aisle and I bought several rolls when it was 50% off. It normally comes in rolls 21 inches wide by 10 yards long! That is a lot of length for the money. These were normally $10 but only $5 a roll when they were on sale. Due to new fire safety regulations at the hospital that I work at, we could no longer use the artificial greenery that we had used in the past to decorate a Christmas. I had seen some decorations made with Deco Mesh and decided to give it a try for new holiday decorations for the nurseries. I looked on the internet for directions on how to make a Deco Mesh garland. There are "work garlands" available for purchase (about $8 for a 9 foot length) but they didn't look very complicated so I just made my own "work garlands". The materials for the base of the garlands were purchased from Michaels but they are available at other craft stores and too. This aluminum floral wire was perfect... it was strong enough but easily to bend and cut. The chenille stems are what we used to call "pipe cleaners". You might find other products that work well too...this is just what was readily available to me. The wire will show through the mesh so pick a color that will go with the mesh. I measured out the length of floral wire needed and then attached the chenille stems about 8" apart along the length. This garland was 7 feet long with some extra length of wire added to the ends for attachment purposes. This is a base for a 3 foot garland. Twist the stems along the wire to keep them in place. On the garlands I wasn't in a super rush to get up, I also glued the twisted stems in place. Gather the mesh in your hand in a folding/accordian manner. If you want "tails" on your garland, leave some length before your first gather. Attach your gathered mesh on top of the twisted stem and secure it by twisting the stem on top of the mesh tightly. Gather the mesh again at a point far enough along the length to make a "pouf" of mesh and attach it at the next stem. The mesh wanted to curl back on itself so I had to roll a lot out and weight it down on the end. Work your way down the wire gathering, poufing, attaching. Again, if you want "tails", leave some length at the end. If you want to add more layers of deco mesh, just use the same technique and place more mesh poufs on top of the original mesh. Secure each gather point with the chenille stems. When you are finished adding mesh, twist the stems to the back of the garland to hide them. For transporation purposes, I rolled the tails up Here is one of the garlands above a door. I thought the wide mesh looked better cut into thirds on the end to look kind of like curled ribbon. I attached the garlands to the wall with Command hooks. The garland is very light weight but I bought the 5 pound hooks anyway. Decorative items can be placed along the garland. I intended to put more lightweight gingerbread-themed ornaments at the gather points but that was a holiday project that never got done. There are four of these doors along the hallway. I couldn't put any "swag" in these garlands because we have equipment like x-ray machines going in and out the door. For the other nursery, I used the same technique but different colors and some layering I used the 21 inch wide red mesh and then layered on a 10 inch wide apple green mesh on top. These were for a very long window so I made the garlands in several 6 foot lengths for ease of transportation. Here is the red and green garland with some lightweight Christmas stuffed animals attached. I attached the animals after I got the garland up. I liked this shot. Through the window it shows a newborn baby getting its first bath. These stuffed animals were only about $3 each at WalMart. On these tails, I cut the red mesh in half. The mesh curled itself and stayed curly all month. This door only needed a 3 foot garland. With the DIY method of making a base, you can make the garland as short or long as you need. Even the long garlands cost less than $10 each to make (without the decorations). I also put the deco mesh on the old wreath to tie it in with the look of the garland. 2012 UPDATE ON GARLANDS: The deco mesh garlands were made for 2011. I didn't have a great place to store them so they got put in the attic in a sort of "loose pile" of deco mesh. When Christmas 2012 rolled around, some of the mesh poufs were not so pouffy. When I had seen some more plaid deco mesh for sale in the summer at Hobby Lobby, I luckily got a few more rolls. I was able to add another layer of the same deco mesh on top of the slightly squished poufs attaching it with the same pipe cleaners that were already on the aluminum wire. I'm happy to report that they look even better now. By the time I realized that I needed some more deco mesh for the red and green garland at the other nursery, I had already made my "run" to the neighboring town that I get most of my deco mesh from. I did, however, have some white deco mesh left over from a wedding. I decided that it was "good enough" and added it to the green and red. The Deco Mesh in this post was Christmas colors but this same technique can be used in making garland for other holidays, birthday parties, showers, etc. Some other deco mesh items I have made are wreaths, pumpkins,a Santa Belly and curly wreaths.
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Deco Mesh Wreaths are such a creative gift to give to any family member. Here is a step by step tutorial on how you can make deco mesh wreaths easily.
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When life gives you lemons.....make something sweet....or make a wreath! Our lemons wreath is made of Deco Poly mesh using the ruffle technique, four
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Scarecrow hat door hanger will look beautiful on your front door for the entire fall season. It would also be a beautiful addition to your fall home decor. This wreath was made in a pet free and smoke free home. Materials used: Witch hat form, poly burlap orange metallic deco mesh stripe, wired sunflower ribbon, four colors of rafia, beautiful silk sunflowers, premium wired ribbon to make the handmade bow. Measures: 19x24x4 1/2 This door hanger would work between a storm door. Please note: All of these pictures were taken on a 28 inch door and the average front door is 36 inches.
Fall leaves, hoodies, and pumpkin spice lattes will be here before you know it, and we have a fun DIY project that is going to be such a cute addition to your fall decor. We
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Thus wreath has a burlap base done poof style and then red mesh with burlap stripe and burlap with red and blue striped curls. Ribbons include red and cream striped tucking, old Americana flag with Stars and Stripes, burlap with red, white and blue ric-rac, burlap with stars, navy with white Swiss dot and Olson Americana red, burlap and blue stripe. Wooden sign is 10.5 inches wide and say,” America...God Shed His Grace On Thee.” Measures 27x27x9. Ready time ship.
Watermelon wreath, summer wreath, deco mesh wreath. This beautiful wreath made of 21 inch dark green, 10 inch green deco mesh accented with ribbons and wood sign. This is a full wreath and made with high quality materials. This wreath will certainly make your front door stand out. Approximate measurement: 24" x 24" x 7" After I receive your order, please EXPECT approximately 3 to 5 business days for your item to be made and prepared for shipment. IMPORTANT: This wreath is made of poly deco mesh. Can be used inside or outside. If using outside I highly recommend hanging on a door that is covered with a porch to keep away from moisture and direct sun. +++Shipping+++ I ship my wreaths with USPS Parcel Select Ground or Priority Mail. If time is a factor, you might want to select Priority Mail. The processing time is the time period for me to make the wreath, so add shipping time to the processing time to get an estimated arrival. If you have any question please feel free to contact me.
When I was looking at deco mesh carrots on Pinterest recently, I saw a lot of questions under the pictures "pinned" about what kind of frame is used to make them. I'm not sure what most folks use to make these carrots but I thought I would try a technique that I have used in the past to make deco mesh shapes into door hangings. Here is a deco mesh pumpkin... ...and a deco mesh heart with arrow that both use long poufs of deco mesh on wire frames. The pumpkin uses a traditional wire wreath form that can be purchased at craft stores that is already sturdy. The heart uses aluminum craft wire to create the heart shape. The wire is easy to bend and cut but it needs something rigid to provide some stability. With the heart a wooden dowel was used and then disguised as an arrow. For a frame for the carrots I tried using coat hangers for stability to use with aluminum wire. The aluminum wire is found in the floral section of craft stores. It is about $4 for 5 yards. You can also find it at Dollar Tree in 2 yard sections. A gold-ish color is best if you can find it for this project. You can always paint the wire orange if you can't find this color. Bend the aluminum wire into the bottom part of a carrot shape. Twist the top parts of the wire "V" shape along the horizontal bar of a plastic coat hanger to attach the wire . (Actually, you can cut the wire with regular scissors...probably not so great for the scissors but...) How big you want to make your carrot is up to you. The picture above shows a child's coat hanger being used. That carrot is 27" long. I also made a carrot shape using an adult size plastic coat hanger...it turned out 36" long. To help hide your frame once the deco mesh is on paint at least one side of the coat hanger orange except for the hook part. Paint the hook part green. To attach the mesh to the coat hanger/wire frame you will need pipe cleaners...chenille stems is the new term for them. You can use half a pipe cleaner for each attachment if you want to...saves amount needed. Orange pipe cleaners are best but you can paint some orange if you need to in order to make them orange-ish. The photo above also shows a wire carrot frame that I made out of two wire coat hangers in case someone didn't want to buy or couldn't find the aluminum wire. On one wire coat hanger I pretty much left it intact and twisted the hook part into a closed loop. The other coat hanger was untwisted and reshaped into the "v" shape and added to the first one. Honestly, this was harder than I thought it was going to be. I had to use needle-nose pliers to do the twisting/untwisting because the wire was so sturdy. Then it had some kind of "tourque" to it that was hard to make it lay flat. After some more playing with it and making the horizontal wire arch forward, it did lay down. This wire coat hanger frame does not need any additions to make it sturdy...it is fiesty! I painted the white wire with orange acrylics to help hide it once the mesh got on. The mesh is very see-through. Here is a photo of the three wire coat hanger frames with the pipe cleaners added and then what they look like after the mesh is attached with the pipe cleaners to give you an idea of where this is going: Attach the pipe cleaners to the frame by twisting them as tightly as possible on then leaving the "arms" open on the front of the frame. You are going to working mostly side to side with the mesh. Place the pipe cleaners in horizontal pairs across from each other (or at a slight angle). The pairs will be about 2"-3" apart from each other going down the frame. To keep the pipe cleaners where you want them and not sliding on the frame, it is good to glue them down. You can use regular glue if you have time to let it dry. Hot glue works well too. Backside of frame My favorite way to glue the pipe cleaners down is to turn the frame face down and glue from the back. Be sure the pipe cleaners"arms" are open to the front before gluing. Run the glue not only on the backside of the pipe cleaner twist but on the wire on either side of it. When the glue is dry you can start attaching the mesh. This 21" wide orange mesh is from Hobby Lobby. It is regularly $10 for a 30' roll. It is on sale frequently. You will need less than one roll per carrot. For the top of the carrot you can attach the mesh poufs along the line of the coat hanger or horizontally. following line of coat hanger going horizontally Either way, leave a very generous "tail" of deco mesh before your first pouf. When you tuck the tail behind the carrot shape at the end of attaching process it will help visually fill in the top of the carrot. To make the mesh poufs gather the mesh along the width in your fingers keeping it pinched as you go. Place your gathered/pinched mesh on top of a pipe cleaner attachment then use the "arms" to hold your gathered mesh in place. Twist two times. Move down the mesh roll further than the next attachment point is in inches and make another gather. Test to see if you like the way the mesh poufs when you place it on the next set of pipe cleaners "arms". If you do, twist it down. After you have the top of the carrot done, start moving from side to side on the wire part of the frame using the same technique but in bigger/longer poufs. Try to keep enough (but not too much) mesh pouf over the side of the frame so that it visually covers it in most places. Also leave a "tail" of mesh at the end of the carrot. Pull the beginning and ending "tails" to the backside of the frame. Tuck each tail into the back of a nearby pouf. Usually it will stay by itself but if you need to make it more secure, use a pipe cleaner to attach it to the frame. You can use the ends of the pipe cleaners to help the edges of the poufs cover the wire frame. Poke the pipe cleaner through the weave of the mesh and kind of "sew" it onto the frame. Twist any remaining pipe cleaner to the back of the frame. If you painted your pipe cleaners and the color is not great and it shows, you can dab a little more paint on it at this point. For the plastic hangers I added another piece of floral wire to the hook portion so that the wind would not blow the carrot off of the door hanger. Paint that wire green. To make the carrot "leaves" I got this stem of plastic grasses at Hobby Lobby on sale for $5. If you wanted to be extravagant you could use the whole thing on one carrot but I am cheap so I cut it up to use on three. Wire each carrot's portion (if you cut it up) back into a bundle. Then place it in front of the hanger and wire it to the vertical portion of the coat hanger hook. Here are the three deco mesh carrots made using the large horizontal poufs... Made on adult-size plastic coat hanger Made on child-size plastic coat hanger Made on two wire coat hangers to make frame The carrot made from the wire hangers used the horizontal deco mesh on the top too so here is a close-up of that: The shape that this carrot turned out reminds me of a well-endowed lady. I came across this photo of carrot-topped actress Christina Hendricks: Her dress even has that horizontal ruching that our carrot does! Mae West once said that the only carrots that interested her were the ones in her diamonds. If you like the look of a deco mesh carrot that has smaller poufs, here is a way to achieve that with a coat hanger too.... Start with a package of floral netting. This one is from Joann's. It is only $3 for a 12" by 48" piece (or less with coupon). Poke the hook portion of a plastic coat hanger through the floral netting about 8" from the end and in the middle. Fold down the end and bend the cut ends of the wires around the horizontal bar of the hanger also catching the other side of the floral netting with the cut wire ends. You are making like an wire envelope around the hanger. Shape the upper points of the netting to conform to the shape of the hanger. It is easy to bend. Decide how long you want your carrot to be. Instead of cutting the floral netting, I just bent it up at the length I wanted the carrot to be. Not only was that easier than cutting the wire, it also added strength. Bend the end of the netting into a point. Paint most of the coat hanger and the floral netting with a coat of orange acrylic paint...doesn't have to be perfect. Twist on some cut-in-half orange pipe cleaners to the hanger part of the frame to get you started... ...in a pattern similar to this: No gluing necessary since the netting keeps the pipe cleaners from going very far. I have made a deco mesh carrot with lots of small poufs but the frame was different. I think this mesh netting frame on a coat hanger is easier to make and gives very similar results. Deco Mesh Carrot made on a frame made with wire and wooden dowels I wasn't sure where to put the pipe cleaners on the netting ahead of time (makes attaching the mesh much easier) but here is a diagram of where they ended up being. This shows the carrot from the backside in case you want to know where to place pipe cleaners: The "x" shows pipe cleaner attachment placement. The "o" shows the beginning and ending tail tie down on the back using pipe cleaners. Feel free to add more pipe cleaners where ever you think they need to be as you attach the mesh. You make the mesh poufs the same way as the carrots also in this post but they are smaller and more numerous. You work your way down going from side to side making and attaching poufs on the pipe cleaners. An advantage of this frame is that you have built in places to attach carrot "hairs" made from deco mesh tubing if you want to. The tubing is in the same section as the other deco mesh at Hobby Lobby but it only comes in a limited number of colors...orange is not one of them. You can pull out that paintbrush and acrylic paint again and paint you some white tubing orange. It is only $6 for 25 yards (less with coupon or on sale). Make the tubing "hairs" by making a very lop-sided bow with 3 - 5 loops on it. Wrap the side with the short loops with floral wire leaving long "legs" on the wire so it can be used to attach the "hairs" onto the wire netting. It is easier to paint the "hairs" after you loop them than while it is still long. I tried mixing red and yellow to get an orange close to the color of the main mesh. When they are dry you can decide where you want them on your carrot and then push the base through the netting. Use the floral wire "legs" used to secure the loops to also attach the "hairs" to the frame. You can also use the mesh tubing to make curly green toppers for your carrots. Using floral wire (available in craft stores floral section) cut a piece about 24" long. Bend the ends into a small flat loops (so it won't poke out the sides of the tubing as you are threading it). Thread the wire through a length of tubing. When the wire is all the way into the tubing, push it in a few more inches. Tie the end of the tubing, trapping the wire. Then, making sure you have enough tubing to enclose the wire, cut the other end leaving several inches and tie it off also in a knot. Clip excess tubing past the knots. Paint the wire and tubing green. I thought it was easier to paint the wired tubing flat before curling. When dry, twist your wired tubing into spirals. Gather them into a bunch and wire the bases together. Attach the bunch to the front side of the coat hanger hook. Well, for such a big carrot I think I need more curly top spirals or add something else to them. Some Dollar Tree plastic greenery from the attic gets a "greening up" with acrylic paint... ...and then they get added to the big carrot. The possibilities of how to top off your carrot are endless but here are a couple more ideas... Cut a 12" section of 21" green deco mesh. Roll it into a tube shape and pinch it in the middle. Use a pipe cleaner or floral wire to hold the rolled mesh in place. Use the wire to attach several of the rolls to the coat hanger top. This next idea is from a cute tutorial by Mardi Gras Outlet. They sell all kinds of deco mesh products online at good prices. (They don't pay me or give me product to say that.) Cut three or four 10" sections of 10" green deco mesh ribbon. If you want a variety of greens in this carrot topper you can buy different colors of green mesh or (surprize!) you can paint some with acrylic paint. These short pieces of mesh will naturally roll up. With the sides rolling up towards you, pinch the center of a square of the mesh. About 2" from the point of the pinch wrap the pinched mesh with floral wire. Gather 3 or 4 pinched and wired squares together to form a carrot top. For a bigger carrot you can make more bunches of pinched/wired mesh. For a price breakdown for each carrot I'm going to assume that you have a coat hanger and some acrylic paint. aluminium wire $1 pipe cleaners $1 orange mesh $10 green floral wire $2 green topper $3-ish (depends what you pick) The floral netting (if used instead of aluminum wire) is $3. This and any of the above prices could be 40% - 50% less with sales or coupons. That's a fairly large door door decoration for not much money at all! Plus you will have fun making it!
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