Monday, 10 December 2012

Wreath display


Inside St John's Church, Baildon, as part of the village's Christmas festival, they had a display of festive wreaths. They ranged from traditional foliage wreaths to very modern ones made of unusual materials, and from elegant to quirky and humorous.  (See below: sparkling snowflakes, brussels sprouts and dog biscuits!) It was a very innovative idea and well worth viewing.  The church itself is small but not unattractive, with wooden pews, an elaborate metal rood screen and some stained glass windows.


6 comments:

  1. Brussels sprouts have become synonymous with Christmas, haven't they? Nice idea to use them in a wreath.

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  2. I had a look through your last posts, it looks so christmassy ! Of course Hurghada where I was there were no decoration yet, but they started when I left. Although it's a muslim country Christmas decoration looks nice on palm trees and in window shops and it's also for welcoming tourists who spent Christmas and New Year in the warm weather !

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  3. What a wonderful idea .... I love Christmas wreaths they are SO pretty!

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  4. I'm a traditionalist when it comes to wreaths, but the dog bone one would be perfect here!

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  5. The bones are so funny - I can see some dog tearing the whole thing down!

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  6. The Brussels Sprouts one is different.

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