Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Easter, Spring & Summer.... Just the begining!

We have been slow on our blogging, and for that I apologize. But, we do have good news... Lots of good news actually. The Spring and Easter Doornaments are here, and they are dynamite! You have got to see our new mesh cross creations. They are so unique and fabulous, if we do say so ourselves. We also have the cutest personalized Easter beach pails, with liners that double as a drawstring bag!!! Yes you read right! What is better than having an Easter basket that you can actually use at the beach this summer?? The fact that they are absolutely adorable, at such a great price really makes them a steal in our book. We also offer a variety of baskets and other pails, be sure to take a look for yourself! We will post pail colors, fonts, and fabric choices soon, as well as additional example photos shortly!  Email us at doornaments@gmail.com, or comment on our post if you are interested in ordering.
Oh, and one more thing... be sure to check out our new website, which just went live this week. Soon you will be able to order online and everything!! We want you to see it at the beginning stages, and watch it grow to the mac daddy of a website we have plans for! www.doornamentsdecor.com

Easter & Spring Delightful Doornaments:
You can add a Burlap shape (monogrammed) to any 45.00 wreath for only 5.00!
Burlap options: Bunny, Chick, Tulip, Egg

Small Wreaths 40.00, Large 45.00 
Any center item in wreath is 5.00 additional dollars

 The Cross Collection:

And now a preview of the pails:
With drawstring bag pail liner - $20
w/o liner - $15
Includes bow & personalization


We promise not to wait to long before posting more pics. It will be within a few days for sure!
Email us if you have any questions, comments or just to say hi @ doornaments@gmail.com.
Thanks for stopping by! See you next time!


  1. I shop about twice a week at Dollar Tree and am a Crafter, and am a member of the Dollar Tree Addicts. Will any of these items you have on sale Tutorials be posted on the Dollar Tree Addicts? I would love to make all three of them myself, but have some difficulty in looking at things all the time and follow them without written instructions. Dottie Copeland (Google)

  2. Do you have a tutorial on this particular technique?