Autumn has arrived at wreath-making party

Three Luling ladies ring in the new season

Heather R. Breaux
October 04, 2007 at 7:51 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

AUTUMN WREATHS. Jenny Zoglio, Richelle Jones and Julie Hebert pose with their handmade autumn wreaths. Photo by Ann Taylor.
Photo by Ann Taylor
AUTUMN WREATHS. Jenny Zoglio, Richelle Jones and Julie Hebert pose with their handmade autumn wreaths. Photo by Ann Taylor.
CRAFTY GALS. All you need is a glue gun, craft supplies and a few good friends to bring autumn to life in your home - just ask Jenny Zoglio, Richelle Jones and Julie Hebert of Luling who spent an afternoon designing and making their own ornamental wreaths.

The trio, pictured below, used sunflowers in red, orange and yellow color variations along with traditional pumpkins to make the do-it-yourself wreaths scream fall and make their front doors pop with personality.

The cost to make these autumn wreaths and door surrounds was around $75, and that includes the wreath base and all supplies.

And if that price quote is a little high, just remember, beautiful autumn wreaths can be made at any price. All you need is the will to do it and the creativity to make it happen.

Have you spotted parishioners doing something interesting? If so, email your pictures and a brief description to Lifestyles Editor Heather R. Breaux at heatherb@heraldguide.com and we’ll publish your submission. Call the Herald-Guide offices at 985-758-2795 with any questions.




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