I was anxiously waiting for most of the pollen to go away before I dressed my front porch.
The pollen has been truly a nuisance . . .
between the mess and the allergies it prompts.
I reached for my go to grapevine wreaths that are oval in shape
as my doors are narrower than normal.
They were filled with Fall flowers that I removed
and recycled the more Spring like flowers to create another design.
I stripped the flowers and greenery off the grapevine wreath
and began to create another design.
After two seasons, the ribbon was still in pretty good shape
so there was no reason to replace it and I so love the polka dots.
Now you are probably wondering why these wreaths are on the floor.
When I complete one, I place it on the floor so that I can look down
and use it as a guide for the second one. Easier to gauge seeing it from above.
Wanted to use mainly white hydrangeas with pops of yellow flowers
and greenery for more color and texture.
With the better quality silks available these days,
sometimes you have to look twice to see if the flowers and greenery are real.
After I hung the wreaths on the doors, I then proceeded to fluff up the porch
saying good bye (hopefully) to the pollen.
Join me on Friday to see how I dressed the porch for Spring.
Have a most beautiful day!