9.16.2011

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Yesterday I introduced you to Pumpkin Spice, my very first yarn wreath

I spotted a yarn wreath for the first time last year and instantly fell in love with the concept. I did not make one last season and was thrilled to see this Fall, yarn wreaths are still going strong.

I had to join the club :)


 I purchased a 12" foam wreath, 1 bundle of pumpkin colored yarn, and 5 sheets of cream colored felt from Michaels to create this little beauty. The branches were left over from my wedding crafts and I used my trusty old glue gun to get the job done! I ended with plenty of yarn to spare, and though it would have looked nicer a bit thicker, I did not want to spend more time wrapping the wreath :) I popped on a movie, wrapped two layers around in about 30 minutes, and took a break to finish watching. The next day, I finished wrapping a third layer around the wreath after fixing a little problem briefly mentioned here.





When the wreath was fully wrapped, with the yarn pulled tightly and evenly throughout, I followed my own tutorial for making the felt flowers. I had a little fun experimenting with the felt resulting in larger, fuller flowers. (May show you a quick tip covering how soon!) I had three left over flowers I chose not to use because I thought they made the wreath look too bulky on the bottom. Another option I could have done was to spread the flowers out by placing some on the other side of the wreath. I completed all of my flowers in an hour and a half. This may seem long, but I am a perfectionist (not by choice) and like to take my time as I work. The photo above shows the outer edge of the wreath while the photo below displays the inner edge.

I wanted to keep the wreath simple because I strongly believe
simplicity = elegance.
The flowers were designed to be various heights and widths so I could bunch them close together without smushing one another. I paid close attention to my flower petals and used my fingers for extra "fluffing" to add more texture to the wreath. After my first experience making rosettes, I was upset with myself for not fixing up the flowers--and by this, I mean smoothing out the shape of the flowers. I think it is important to finish a job by putting in an additional 10%. This time I did and am so pleased with the result.
Being satisfied with a craft I complete is usually hard for me but this baby made it easy--I am loving it!

And that's not all--

I'm giving it away to one of YOU! 
I will use random.org to choose a winner Friday, September 23rd. This giveaway is only open to U.S. residents. I always welcome new followers to my blog so feel free to join if you enjoy reading Little Things Bring Smiles.


Here's how to enter:
Leave one comment on this post describing the little thing(s) in life that brought you smiles this week, that's it! 


*This giveaway is now closed*

129 comments:

  1. making homemade chili for my hubby on a cool fall day! I love that wreath by the way!! love you Katie!

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  2. What brings me smiles is this time of year....fall....the cool crisp air....baking....spending time with my hubby and kids....going to the Apple orchard....leaves falling....everything about fall makes me smile!

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  3. Being woken up by a child with stickers all over her face :)

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  4. Beautiful wreath! What brings smiles to my face is knowing my husband is coming home tonight after being gone a whole week and half for business! It's been lonely with just me and the little one, we are so excited! Great giveaway, thank you for the opportunity!

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  5. Yay yay yay! I would be so excited to win this wreath. (And I totally described this wreath as simple and elegant yesterday in a comment!) Something little that brought me a smile this week...my boyfriend left a sticky note on my steering wheel wishing me good luck at a job interview. :)

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  6. Katie,
    Well you know I LOVE this wreath, so I was thrilled that you were doing a giveaway (even though I can't believe you are giving it away - it's gorgeous!). I've has so many smiles this week, but my number one is simple. My daughter went to a sitter for the first time and I had left her while she was crying (and of course I was upset too), but when I picked her up she was SO happy and laughing that I knew my decision to have her there, was the right one! It brought a huge smile to my face that she was safe AND happy!

    Thanks again for the giveaway, Katie!

    xo Jenna

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  7. This gorgeous wreath brought me the smile this week! I am in LOVE with it! It's perfect, I have to have it. I was going to make a yarn wreath, but this one is so perfect I'm just going to cross my fingers and hope like no tomorrow that I win it. :-)

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  8. So glad I found this blog. Wonderful wreath!

    The thing that brought a smile to me this week... knowing that I only have one more week of work and then I am a Stay at Home Mom!! YAY!!!! I will be smiling BIG all next week!!

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  9. Long naps from my little guy so I can get refreshed and even get some housework completed. And, cool temps!! Oh, and date night with mr. wonderful tonight :)

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  10. Katie, That wreath is amazing!!!! Meeting with a couple wedding photographers this week and thinking about my wedding next year made me smile. Fingers crossed!! I hope I win! (if not, I'm making one for myself!)

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  11. Beautiful!
    My 2yr. old daughter got her 'big girl bed' this week. She was so proud of herself and excited to sleep in it. That brought a smile to my face.

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  12. I'm a nanny to two little rascals who i love so so much! We dropped off her older brother at preschool and she goes "There now we can have some girl time!" It was the cutest thing, how she said it and with a little attitude :) and also when they just stop what they are doing and say out of the blue "Delta, I love you" warms my heart :)

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  13. I hit all green lights yesterday! What a great driving day!

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  14. your oh so helpful email; being with my niece for her first haircut; drinking coffee in the morning after a cold run. :)

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  15. My husband taking me out on a special date :)
    littlegray88 at yahoo dot com

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  16. my two boys- 7 mos and 2 yrs are starting to play together! and happy hour :)

    love this wreath katie!!

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  17. What an amazing wreath it's so pretty!! and how nice of you to give it away! Something little that makes me smile is when strangers are kind and friendly. Just a smile is really all it takes and it makes my entire day better.. don't you agree?

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  18. The little things that have made me smile this week are the kicks and/or punches my baby has been giving me - Im 24 weeks pregnant with #3 :)

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  19. I reconnected with an old friend!

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  20. Ok, this is way too adorable!!
    My best friend in the world and her little girl who I love as if she were my own live across the state from me. I miss them everyday :) And I found out this week that she's moving like 20 minutes away from me in December!! Can't stop smiling :)

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  21. MUY BONITO...LA FELICITO!

    SALUDOS Y FELIZ FÍN DE SEMANA

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  22. woh! that is a beautiful wreath...the thing that made me smile this week is talking to and old friend and the night sky..it was just gorgeous this week..thanks for the giveaway! raineoc@yahoo.com

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  23. This is a beautiful wreath! You are so sweet to give one away.

    One thing that made me smile this week--my 3 yr. old being so proud of herself after she used the potty. She has been one tough cookie to potty train. :)

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  24. I am in love with this wreath!

    I was all smiles when it started to RAIN today! I love the rain and the smell of rain! I think I'll go sit on the porch and enjoy it some more...

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  25. Little things that brought smiles this week: coffee in the am, snuggle sandwich between my girls, fog in the foothills, the nature center, cooler weather!

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  26. The mixture of semi-sweet chocolate chips and dried cranberries. Either alone or mixed in with Kim's pumpkin granola! YUM! :)

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  27. I LOVE the wreath!! A text simply saying "I love you" from my husband brought me smiles this week!

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  28. Making french toast for lunch with my sweet husband while listening to our current favorite song and laughing the whole time
    I love the inspiration your blog gives me!!

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  29. My two littles dancing around to some tunes in our livingroom, giggling all the while. I love them.

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  30. My sweet little girl spread out in the floor watching cartoons.

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  31. My sweet little one waving to her daddy as we were leaving for school brought smiles and tears this week. The wreath is beautiful.

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  32. Rain Shower. We were finally blessed with some rain this morning and it made us all smile.

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  33. Snuggling with dog while drinking hot tea. Good start to fall. This wreath is B-E-A-utiful!!!

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  34. It is SUPER awesome! You did a great job! Hmmmm....little things that brought me smiles this week: Ingrid snuggled up on her chair with her blanky, teddy, and baby watching Cinderella. Ingrid asking for Uncle Ben to take her home with him. Ingrid saying "I love you so much" when I put her to bed. Okay, so yes-I'm a mom-all my "little things" typically have to do with the 2 year old that God blessed me with! :) Thanks for writing Katie! :)

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  35. Rearranging the furniture in my front room. A little change brought in a fresh feeling.

    And I absolutely LOVERS this wreath. Fall is my favorite time of year and so I inevitably decorate with these colors throughout my home. It would be a staple 'round these here parts.

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  36. Love, love, LOVE the wreath! So pretty! My husband is hunting in Colorado this week, every day my 11 month old son brought me smiles just by seeing his face & KNOWING I was everything to him until daddy get's home!

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  37. My volleyball girls who have been working hard and never giving up even though they arent the best!


    Plus your comment on my haircut ;0)

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  38. Such a gorgeous wreath!

    My six year old daughter always brings me smiles! Today I was watching a show where the women were getting surprise makeovers. I thought aloud that that was what I needed. My little one piped up, "No, Mom - Don't. I love your face. I love looking at it. Please, please don't change it!" Sweetness <3

    g_patton@hotmail.com

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  39. So beautiful Katie!!

    This time of year definitely makes me smile.. the weather is so beautiful!

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  40. What a beautiful wreath! I love the simplicity of it. Three things that made me smile this week-my children, pumpkin spice latte, and the weather being in the 80's instead of 100s we were having last week.

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  41. This week I have enjoyed some juicy smooches from my youngest boy (age 7) who has felt a lot of love this week! Love, love, love the wreath!!

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  42. Love your wreath, Kate! And I totally think the title of Pumpkin Spice fits this baby perfectly. :)

    There's one big thing that brings me smiles this week, and that is the first birthday of my sweet baby girl (and your baby niece) miss Emma!!

    PS--You don't have to include me in the running for your giveaway, but I just wanted to comment anyways. ;)

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  43. Good music to workout to! I absolutely love this wreath!

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  44. Whipping out the fall candle--even if it's still 95 degrees :)

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  45. So exciting! I love this wreath, it's really beautiful. One of the little things that makes me smile is snuggling with my puppy on the couch. She took a nap with me yesterday and it was so sweet.

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  46. I am smiling because I get to go to a movie tonight for GNO while my hubby watches the kids, all during the BIGGEST football game of the year for him BYU/UofU. What a great guy.

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  47. i woke up this morning to the sound of my dogs snoring on the couch and the neighbor kids laughing while playing hide and seek. not very sneaky, but oh so cute.

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  48. I have been sick all week and because of that I haven't been keeping up with my dishes or cleaning. I came home from work on Thursday and my boyfriend had snuck in my house while I was gone and done all of my dishes and cleaned my apartment. He is the best and he always finds simple ways to remind me why I love him so much!

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  49. I just started teaching and so the new students bring me so much joy!

    Lmr3683 at hotmail dot com

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  50. Such a cute wreath! Watching my little girls giggling together is the simple thing that made me smile this week!

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  51. LOVE IT! Still. THings that made me smile this week... cuddling under blankets and laughing with my hubby. Listening to my kids play together. having a fun morning playdate with friends that turned into an all-day playdate. good friends. coffee. ladies retreat. I could keep going, I had a smiley week!

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  52. really love this wreath...you have such a great eye! you really knocked this one out of the park! :) so, to keep this beauty in the family, let's hope random.org is friendly to me :)
    Anyhow, what made me smile this week was my children! Their crazy little sayings keep us laughing all day long...

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  53. I am so excited that you are give one of these wreaths away. I love it.

    My baby Brycey is a little thing that brings me smiles all the time.

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  54. The wreath is just lovely!. My four sweet grandchildren always make me smile : O )

    Charla
    cahhdj@centurytel.net

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  55. My children climbing/playing in a tree! We just moved from an apt to our home, so this is one of the major reasons we wanted our home.
    cherith(dot)kapenga(at)53(dot)com

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  56. I LOVE this wreath! All of the sweet comments on my blog made me smile this week. My kids getting along and being happy made me smile. Being a mommy makes me smile:) Usually.

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  57. Absolutely beautiful project!
    Hugs from my nephew always make me smile. :)

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  58. I just found your blog and LOVE it!! Spending time with my boyfriend watching football on the weekends always brings :)

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  59. Beautiful wreath! Those flowers are adorable. Smiles this week...having my kitty snuggle up with me to sleep again since the weather is getting cooler, and laughing with my husband and family.

    Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  60. I love this! Can't wait to stop by Michael's tomorrow after work... :) Thank you for the inspiration! I've been dying to make some felt flowers and this is the perfect excuse. Have a wonderful week~!

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  61. Love ithe color scheme - I joined Pinterest this week and it is funny how seeing others work has inspired me. I found you through there. Love your projects - quick question how big were the circles you started with (in inches)?

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  62. In our backyard this afternoon there was a bunch of monarch butterflies in a group flying around and landing in our trees, it was so beautiful!

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  63. Taking my 4 year old out for lunch and a little shopping- we really enjoyed one another:)

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  64. Love this wreath! Thanks for the giveaway. I'm your newest follower :) Hearing my kinds laughing make me smile all the time!

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  65. Church this morning was just what ai needed to hear and brought me a smile! I really love this wreath!!

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  66. fab.u.lous! i love simplicity of this wreath, and the perfect colors. my little things this morning? using the bath and body lotion i save for this season, and the appearance of correction tape on my desk without asking! it truly is the little things!

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  67. apple picking, cool weather and bonfires : )

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  68. Spending Saturday cleaning the house and finishing a few of my projects and my husband coming home from work and hugging me and saying "You make our house so nice and I really appreciate you and love you." I honestly think I could feel my heart glow, it means a lot to be appreciated and to make him happy by doing it.

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  69. Oh! I love that wreath! I smiled because it was the first real fall weather we've had and I got to break out the potato soup, fall decorations and sweaters. :-)

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  70. Oh and I'm a new follower! Love your blog. I'd love for you to visit me at afabulesshome.blogspot.com!

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  71. I stumbled upon your blog recently and love your sense of style!
    This week, I am loving the cooler weather of fall.
    Your wreath is lovely, by the way!

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  72. I love this wreath...and pretty much everything else you do which is why I started fallowing your blog. That is one little thing that brings me smiles. Also, fall leaves, the smell in the air, cooking and especially warm soups. I love fall in general!

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  73. This week's smile came when I was able to spend time with my mom and 2 of my siblings and their families:)

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  74. My simple joy yesterday was hearing my 16 year old tell my mother-in-law (with progressed dementia) that she was glad she could spend time with her.

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  75. Simple joy - a toothy smile from my 11 month old. I just want to squeeze her!

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  76. i literally just watched my 4 month old fall asleep on my husbands chest...joy beyond words.

    LOVE your blog...thanks for sharing.

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  77. Driving home with my naked little guy in his car seat b/c he had a blowout at the age of 3!!!!

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  78. Wow Katie, what an overwhelming response to your wreath. Told you it looked great. Spending this weekend with you kids and celebrating the joy that Emma has brought into our lives, is a great little thing that brings smiles to my life. Love you and I always have room for one more of your pretty wreaths.

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  79. Your wreath is absolutely gorgeous! The litte thing this week was when my sweet lil daughter told me my very own yarn and felt wreath were "so pretty mama!"

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  80. Your wreath is beautiful! What perfect colors for fall! The little thing this week that made me smile was walking hand in hand with my son (who is 22 months) and my husband on a perfectly warm and breezy day by the beach. It was lovely and it was so perfect to hold their hands and discover a new day together!

    SHull2319 at gmail dot com

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  81. Absolutely stunning wreath - My little grandsons bring me so much joy - always coming up with the cutest things!!

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  82. My kids being excited to see me when I get home from my college class!

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  83. Your wreath is beautiful and just the color I need for fall in my home! There are many things that have made me smile, but, spending time with my grandchildren Connor and Isabella and hearing them laugh just made my whole week more special!

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  84. LOVE this! I have been dying to get a wreath done, but sprained my ankle and cant drive for supplies...1 more week I hope! Love the simplicity! Thanks for sharing!

    Ahhhh so many little things this week! I have to stay off my ankle for 2 weeks and with 2 kids running around its really hard and exhausting. My 5 year old daughter has been a huge help when my husband is at work. I have really come to rely on her help with her younger brother this week. Everytime she helps she says "Mom I love to help you because it makes you smile and I love your smile." Melt my heart!

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  85. Love this wreath. I love doing yarn wreaths. Something that made me smile....canning peaches with my 4 year old daughter yesterday :)

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  86. Little things that bring me smiles: When my 11 month old baby girl is snuggling with me. She looks up, smiles, and snuggles some more. Melts my heart everytime :)

    The wreath is absolutely fabulous!! It would be phenomenol on my front door!! My door is turquoise!! It would be fab!

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  87. I love the wreath. I think I'll try one this week.

    What makes me smile is the cool, crisp air on my face when I open the door to the patio in the mornings. Fall is in the air.

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  88. That my daughter agreed to come with me to a Mother/Daughter Christian Women'a Retreat. :)

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  89. I love, LOVE the wreath. The simple lines of it make it gorgeous. Plus, I love orange.

    I love this time of year! The colors, and the crisp air are my fave. But nothing beats putting on a comfy hoodie and pair of jeans with your favorite runners, and taking a walk with someone you love!

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  90. I love love love the wreath!! That pumpkin spice color is my favorite color. Something that made me smile this week was watching my 2nd child (who used to be so clingy and timid) break out of her shell at preschool and shoot me a beaming smile while she ran around with her new friends.

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  91. *The way my boyfriend complimented my appearance during my 2-day break from contacts.

    *Cooler weather when I can *almost* smell winter coming!

    *New fragrances filling the house.. makes me happy every time I come home again.

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  92. Love the wreath!!

    I love playing hide and go seek with my two 3 year olds, and baking ( trying to atleast ;) ) Since Texas finally wants to cool down a little bit!

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  93. My little boy crawled in my bed in the middle of the night. Even though he thought I was sleeping, he kissed my forehead before snuggling up next to me. I just love him!

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  94. My 14 month old is starting to walk more. My husband mentioned how he looks like Frankenstein:)

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  95. katie that wreath is lovely!! i'm with you...simple is the way to go :) the color of the yarn (burnt orange) is gorgeous! and those flowers are awesome, I look forward to an additional tutorial :) I'd LOVE to win it! crossing my fingers!

    and some little things that have made me smile this week are eating Indian take-out tonight while watching the first episode of this season's Biggest Loser! :) ...and being able to see my son get SO EXCITED when Adam gets home from work. sweetest. thing. ever. <3

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  96. I just stumbled onto your blog today. I'm very interested in all your crafting and I absolutely love your ideas. The littlest things in life are the most enjoyable, even if its watching someone build their creativity. I love what you have going on here! Simply fabulous.

    With finding new inspiration as my first small success of the week I would also say that the time spent with my other half after work sitting in the car for over an hour was so unexpected and just lovely! Just having a wonderful, out of the blue, conversation that didn't even make us want to start the car is something that made my day extra special this week.

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  97. my sister and her husband both work, so i made them dinner in a crockpot, so when they got home they could just sit down as a family and eat. It was a simple thing for me, but you would have thought i gave her the moon. I love making other people smile! Made my week!

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  98. The little things that make me smile each day are my two sweet boys ... and crafty blogs like this one :-)

    jmpierc@msn.com

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  99. Watching my baby move around in my belly (and hiccup inside my belly) makes me happier than anything!

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  100. I have a full time job and I work as a freelance photographer. It can be really tough, and the other day while sitting at my desk with my planner and sketchbook in my lap, trying to figure out something on the computer my boyfriend came up, kissed me on the cheek and told me he was proud of me. It was a little gesture but really warmed me.

    Also, if I don't win this I am going to make one, so cuuuuuuuuute!

    Tara O.
    taraophotos@yahoo.com
    taraophotos.wordpress.com

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  101. I agree with your simple=classy thought. Simple handmade thank you cards made me smile this week as I reflected on the reasons I was making them.

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  102. My two- year old son saying "funny" then ha-haing at his own little jokes!

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  103. I love finding little reminders of what my son and I did the day before....like his cute little jeans on the bathroom counter after bath time, a whisk in the middle of the kitchen floor from when he was entertaining himself while I cooked dinner, a comment on a picture on Facebook of him and my husband playing with his new train table. While he's still asleep in the morning and I get to witness all of this, it gets me excited for when he's going to wake up and what we're going to do today.

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  104. I love the pumpkin spice wreath, beautiful!

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  105. This wreath is so pretty. Pick me! Pick me! ;-)

    This week, my extra large coffee mug has brought me smiles :-)

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  106. The wide eyed wonder and smiles of the grandkids always brings a smile to my face and this week was no exception. I love this yarn wreath & have thought many times about making one but I'm really not very crafty. Yours is lovely - hope I win. Thanks for the giveaway.
    twelve30{at}gmail{dot}com

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  107. I have to say the little things that made me smile this week...a 2 year old speaking like an 8 year old. It always cracks me up the things that can come out his mouth. I just keep thinking he is my baby. How about lots of hugs and a good walk and talk with one of my good friends. Happy Thursday to you!

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  108. My 10-month old daughter's infectious giggle.

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  109. This wreath reminds me of pumpkin spice lattes! They make me smile! Simply beautiful! Wow that a great giveaway! you are very talented! Thanks for a chance to win it!

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  110. my son got the hick ups and after every hick up he would say "excuse me"!!! and he is TWO!!! To darn cute!! Another things that will make me smile is if I win this adorable wreath!!

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  111. Smiles this week were brought by receiving a message from an old MS/HS friend who couldn't be a kinder person if she tried! ;o)

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  112. Smiles this week include pumpkin bread, halloween decorating and the impending arrival of our twins! Great wreath!
    saragregory07@gmail.com

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  113. so many little things have brought a smile to my face this week... the crisp fall air in the morning and evenings, my husband and I making dinner together, my sister sending me pictures of my first niece via cell phone.
    This wreath sure brought a smile to my face!
    Have a beautiful day!

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  114. Sharing homemade soup and from scratch banana bread with friends and family..good autumn baking and eating.
    Love the wreath, it is simple yet elegant I agree

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  115. Picking my baby up from a nap always makes me smile.

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  116. cuddling with my 5yr old after a bath while she's still wrapped in a towel...

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  117. the first *official* day of fall! BIG SMILES!! :)

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  118. coming home to dinner and a clean house by my husband. :)

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  119. The weather cooled off this week and I was able to bake banana bread and share with friends! I love the look on their faces when they realize what's in the bag. I always save a loaf for the kids and hearing them yell "Mom made banana bread!" as the yummy scent hits their noses while walking in the door always makes me smile!

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  120. When my little boy learns new words :) Melts my heart!

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  121. my daugther coming over and cuddling with me after her nap.

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  122. My son's first painting in preschool <3

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  123. Love the wreath. Spending the day with my granddaughter, Vada. She is my sunshine !

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  124. Love the wreath. Spending the day with my granddaughter, Vada. She is my sunshine !

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  125. Hi! I love this wreath. =) Do you have the tips posted yet on how to make the bigger, fuller flowers?? I am wanting to make those flowers for my very own yarn wreath next week. Thank you in advance! =)
    Thanks,
    Ashle

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  126. I'm with the last person who posted a comment - any tips on how to make that big, full felt flower?!!!! I'm making a couple of wreaths for Christmas and would love some help!
    Thanks!

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