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  1. OMG I’m loving these creations so much! You did an amazing job. Never thought about saving old hoses, but now I will for sure. Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas. Keep creating!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks for your sweet comments, Pat! Leave it up to me to have everyone saving every last scrap of everything for some-day creations! Hope you find some old hoses:)

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Amber!

  2. What a great idea!! I have made a few wreaths using hoses in the past but this one that you made is such a wonderful different take on it!!
    Thanks so much for sharing!!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Deb! “A whole new world…” (Disney:)

  3. Lora, this is so fun. I made a garden hose wreath last summer, but I love the different colors you used! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm–pinned!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks for pinning, Cecilia!

  4. Shelly Torola says:

    Totally agree with previous comment—“Must. Find. Vintage. Hoses.” I’ve hauled my share of questionable ( to some!?) treasures home, but never would have given old hoses a second thought, until now?. Will be on the lookout- a wreath from hoses would be fabulous on my garden shed! Thanks for the inspiration!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      You’re so welcome, Shelly! Hope you find some! I sold several of these at the store years ago, but they were gone so quickly, you probably never saw them!

  5. These are the best repurposed hose wreaths that I’ve seen Love. Absolutely love them!. I would be thrilled to hang them anywhere. Love that you cut them up and intertwined the colors.

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Tuula! Missed you on this one:(

  6. I’ve seen watering hose wreaths around for a while, now Lora, but your’s absolutely takes the cake! Love the multi-colored hoses you used and the additions of the moss and succulents. Great job with this month’s challenge!!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Diana!They’re so fun to make!

  7. Oh, no, I can hear my poor beleagued SO moaning if I stop and pick up MORE “garbage.” I have explained “picklash” and “junkernecking” to him. He always makes the “required” ooh, ahh when I show him a finished project but I can’t see him picturing hose wreathes. I love all wreathes…and gardening…win–win for me!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Yes, there should be therapy for junk spouses, Kathy! My hubs always says, “burnable, right?” He knows that always gets a rise out of me!

  8. Oh my goodness, Lora, I LOVE both of these wreaths! The old garden tools, faucets, and hoses are perfect and the moss adds that perfect touch. I so would love to have the faux succulent one hanging on my door. Time to look for some vintage snakes – pinned 🙂

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks for your sweet compliments, Marie! Luckily, there’s always plenty of material to make more…

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Victoria!

  9. Must. Find. Vintage. Hoses. Must. Find. Vintage. Hoses!!!!!!!
    Just totally amazing Lora! You need to tag every magazine with this post. Such a fabulous idea!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Oh, the marketing…! Thanks, Amber;)

  10. Omg…shut up! This is awesome! I love how you’ve got all different colors of hoses intertwined! I wish we could go curbside junkin together!


    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      You make me laugh out loud, Tania! Yes, I wish we could go junking together, too! Thanks, friend;)

  11. I love both versions of your wreath. And I believe the one with the real succulents will fill in. Especially in the warmer weather. It will look so pretty in your garden.