Garden Hose Wreath



Cutest garden hose wreath ever!

Well, hello my little Spring time birdies!

I haven’t posted in over a week and I think I’m going through blog withdrawal.

Actually, it’s been a nice break I can’t lie.We spent the day at the park on Saturday and took our girls on a tour of our first apartment complex.  It’s been almost 20 years since we had seen the inside of the building leading to our first “pad”.

The girls were shocked to see where Mama use to do laundry.

The coin slotted machines and basement in the building still looked the same.

Nothing like visiting your past to see how far you have traveled.

I totally recommend it if you are able.

Sometimes going backwards for a little while can help define where you are, going forward.

You may have noticed that still looks pretty much the same.

You may be wondering why my blog hasn’t transferred over to WordPress like I promised.

Well, I have good news, and I have good news. 🙂

Yes…I wrote it twice.

The good news is the transfer is still taking place.

The other good news is that I found 2 amazing people that are helping me get there.

There are good people out there that sincerely want to help others even when the task at hand may be quite a lengthy one.

So be on the look out…

it will be soon.

In the mean time…

lets go play with a garden hose, shall we?

Redhead is in the house!

Cutest garden hose wreath ever!

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I think it’s quite possibly the cutest wreath I have ever seen.

It’s the unexpected surprise when you walk up to the door.

The, “holy moly is that a hose on Red’s door” feeling.  It’s clever, funny, Spring like, and EASY!

It can stay there for the Summer too.

You have got to try this.


Supplies needed (click item to order online):

Garden Hose

Cable Ties

Mailing Tape

Cute Gardening Gloves

Colorful Ribbon

Decorative Humming Bird

Garden Sheers/Sharp Knife


Here’s how I did mine:


I actually had this spare hose in the garage.  It was buy one, get one free at Home Depot last year.

Hey, you never know when you will need an extra hose.

It was a rather long hose, so I cut the middle section out of it,and taped the ends together with strong mailing tape.

Next, I secured it with a cable tie.

Lastly, I tied on some decorations with ribbon from Easter.

The gloves I found at the grocery store and I had the pretty humming bird.

I stuck some fresh tulips in there and that was it.

She got rave reviews at our daughter’s birthday party.


Cutest Garden Hose Wreath ever!

Go grab a hose.  There’s still time to make this.  Maybe your Mom would like one?  Mother’s Day is coming up quick.
Update!  My Garden Hose Wreath was featured in national publication!
Check out the August/ September issue of Birds & Blooms.
Julie Magazine
Magazine Feature 2



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7 Responses

  1. Sherry says:

    You already know I love this wreath but what you don’t know is how enamored I am with the NEW BLOG! Now you will be able to go back to the old blog digs someday and see how far you have come!!! It’s really fantastic Julie. So very bright and inviting…just like your home. It’s so fresh and new it sparkles. Loving the preview bar at the top showing all of your creative handiwork!

    YEAH!!!! Big Hugs!

  2. Carol Ruby says:

    Great job Julie. Congrats on making the move to your new site. I’ll look forward to seeing more of your clever ideas. LOVED the hose wreath btw 🙂

    Keep up the good work!


  3. Nellie says:

    That is adorable, and so clever.
    Congratulations on being published, how fun it that!!
    Just bask in the Glory for a while……

    Blessings, Nellie

  4. Windi Turner says:

    I am soooo going to make this for our tack shed. I love it!

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