very much so! saw these on a Texas blog, too.
Perfect!!! I love it!Now to find a lasso...
Did you think this up yourself? I LOVE it! I am passing this on to the managers of our barn...
Perfect, and so very cute!
Love it, but I don't have a lasso. Hum, wonder if barb wire will work? I have some of thatand it's rusty. I'm sure a little harder to make a couple of loops but you have given me and idea! Thanks!!
So fitting for your space I love it!
What a great idea - thanks! I do have a lasso around here... some place!
Very fitting! What a great idea.
I have to admit I was a copy cat on this one. I saw a wreath (although not a Christmas one) at a rodeo silent auction earlier this year. I tucked away the idea for Christmas. Since we had the lasso, it cost less than $8. And that made me even happier with the way it turned out!
Love it and the barn door!
I LOVE this! I'm SOOOO going to "borrow" this idea.... Andrew already has a 'ranch rope' and he might find it missing til after Christmas... hehehe great great great idea!
Does that mean that nothing gets tied up anytime soon? A very elegant wreath.
Hey, that's cool!
Well, I didn't make a wreath out of a lasso, but my "tinsel" on my Cowboy Christmas Tree is nothing but a genuine rope, found on the farm!Hop over to my blog and take a look at my tree and all my Texas/Cowboy decor.Debbie
Well I've seen quite a few blog posts on wreaths so far this season and yours is my fave! So simple and so pretty!~Cindy
Great look! I don't have one, so I took the live wreath my sister sent, swapped out the red bow and stick-ins for blues and for a few bucks, I have just what I love even more!
What a great idea Kim...wish I had a lasso! You couldn't have picked a better wreath for that door. Hope you're having fun preparing for the holidays. Have a wonderful weekend!Maura :)
Love it! What a great idea! I don't have a lasso but now have a reason to go out and buy one!
Perfect. I Love it!
So what do you think of that?