Monday, December 13, 2010

Joys of the Season Wreath

Good Morning's Julia here and I am thrilled to be your host this week for the BBTB2 challenge. As Christmas is fast approaching....only 12 more days. For this week's challenge, I chose the wreath from the Joys of the Season cartridge. You can choose anything you'd like from page 66 of the manual. If you don't have JOTS, then choose something from a cartridge that you do have that resembles a wreath.

This Christmas season I want nothing more than world peace...that is what I am hoping and praying for. Unfortunately, it's not something money can buy. I chose the wreath because they have so much history and symbolism associated with them. They are usually made from evergreens and symbolize strength, as evergreens last even throughout the harshest winters. The circular shape of the wreath is seen as a common symbol of eternity. The use of wreaths varies by culture, tradition and religions and dates back thousands of years.

Please join us this week for this challenge....I would love to see your creations and what the wreath inspires in you. This is what was inspired by our wonderfully talented Design Team:

Carole Lowe Beath

Julia Moss

Jeri Thomas

Heather Binnie

Shelly Bobrowski

Karen Pinsonat

Maria McGuire

Lori Warner - Christmas Cheer

Donna Mundinger

Susan Edwards

Sandi Kelly


  1. all these projects are wonderful lots of inspiration here.

  2. fantastic projects all sorry i have played along lately...miss you all..hugs

  3. Hi Ladies, great projects. Am I missing it or is there not a linky in this post.

  4. Beautiful wreaths from everyone. Thank you for all your ideas.
    Mary Ann

  5. Oh all you gals really are very festive this week! I'm so sad I didn't get to play this week. I've been helping Santa and boy he sure is a slave driver, lol! Everything is just Beautiful!

  6. All the DT's creations are just great....thankyou for the inspiration!

  7. What fantastic projects!! I enjoy seeing everybody's take on the challenge!

  8. Great DT projects! Thanks for the challenge!