Sunday, August 8, 2010

~ Magical Bed Spring Wreath....~




Sometimes we stumble upon an idea sooo fabulous that we think to ourselves, now why didn't I think of that? Jo and Curt Harmon's bed spring wreaths are one such idea. Invented by Jo's husband Curt, come these fabulous multi- size wreaths for indoors or out. Circular or heart shaped, and for the holidays fabulous Christmas tree wreaths. These fantastic and one-of-a-kind wreaths can be purchased or ordered in quantities at the Quinlan Fleamarket in East Texas. Jo's phone number is 903-456-4129. Give her a call and put her husband to work making these awesome wreaths. Trust me you can't just buy one. As purchased, they are lovely and rusty and ready to hang or stack. But why not make them your own by adding ribbons or bows or whatever strikes your fancy......

26 comments:

  1. You're right, that is a great idea! Really cute!

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  2. What a clever idea! I could just see one of these with a ribbon or some burlap rosettes!

    hugs
    Sissie

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  3. Your new booth space looks fabulous! Whenever I go back to work I am doing the same thing!
    The bed springs wreath is cool--I wish I would run across some springs soon 'cuz I could use them in so many projects!

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  4. Jo and her husband are two of the nicest people, he works really hard on his spring creations. You can do so many cool things with them. He takes the box springs apart himself, it takes him over 4 hrs to do that. You will love the wreaths!!

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  5. They are gorgeous! I recently visited one of my favorite stores called The Tattered House and they had hung a vintage twin box springs (or bed springs) and adorned the springs with dried flowers... so pretty!
    Have a lovely week ahead.
    Holly

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  6. I have one of Jo's wreaths and I love it!
    Theresa

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  7. I have two chair seats just waiting to be riped appart for this very idea. I have two springs that I am using as candle holders at the moment. I love your booth redo, I am loving all the white.

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  8. I really love those, and I live close to Quinlan!

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  9. What a clever and cool idea!!! Your pictures are fabulous too!!

    :) T

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  10. They are just the best. I love the trees he creates as well. Kudos to you for giving them the shout out. Here's hoping they are deluged with orders!
    Debbie

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  11. It is a good idea! I hope they do well.

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  12. These are fantastic. I adore unique ideas like tihs. Sea Witch

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  13. I have seen these and LOVE them!! I have been wanting to take a lil road trip to Quinlin, but would like to wait for it to get a lil cooler...at least in the 90's! LOL Cathy aka Girls gone Junkin

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  14. Oh, I love it!
    Your blog is just wonderful!!
    Thank you for sharing!
    Leticia
    www.msbinglesvintagechristmas.com

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  15. thanks for the info. wonderful idea for the perfect cast off craft!!!!! love them.
    your display of them is fantastic.
    sue

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  16. Just wanted to drop by and say THANK YOU SO MUCH for your post on our Wreaths, Hearts & Trees... We realy do love them and enjoy watching people smile when they pick their favorite one to "adopt" and take home with them... The Holidays are coming soon and my husband is working 24-7 to make sure there will be plenty for everyone...Have a wonderful week & thanks again for your kind words..... :) Jo

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  18. I just love the wreath idea. It just goes to prove that there is no such thing as trash. Fabulous...thanks for sharing.
    Betsy

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  19. Hello from germany- some week ago I Found in a field a rusty bedspring and had the same idea. I love that bedspring wreaths. I lkove your blog - it is very interesting.
    Best regards from
    Jacqueline

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  22. That is so cool, and very versatile piece if you wanted to add anything to it.

    Have a Great Day*

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  23. I love Jo and she's so creative. The Bed spring wreaths are fun fun fun.

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  24. I like to make wreath's myself but sometimes the ones that other people make and sell are way better then my.

    zane

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  25. I love it!!! It's a great idea!!!
    Ciao ;) this is my blog http://mesobjetsdecharme.blogspot.it

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