1. Preserved Fern Circlet Wreath Trio
, Terrain // 2. Blooming Spring Wreath
, Wayfair // 3. Forsythia Wreath
, ElegantWreath on Easy // 4. Larkspur Garden Wreath
, Terrain // 5. Peony Hydrangea Wreath
, Target // 6. Farmers’ Market Herb Wreath
, Williams-Sonoma // 7. DIY Tulip Wreath
, Life Love Larson // 8. Dogwood Wreath
, Crate & Barrel // 9. Living Succulent Wreath
, Succulents and Sunshine // 10. DIY Lavender Wreath
, The Pin Junkie
I have admittedly never hung a wreath on my door for anything aside from Christmas (you can check out our 10 Great Holiday Wreath Designs post right here), but I’ve been feeling extra festive about springtime this year, and I’m itching to translate that into some seasonal decor. There is also the fact that since we’re house hunting right now, I’m feeling a little less motivated to plan for our garden – which bums me out a little, but also inspires me to focus on other ways to bring some springtime to our current home. So I decided to search for some ideas for pretty spring wreaths, which led me directly to this edition of 10 Great, guys. I feel like it’s been quite a while since I’ve done a DIY project at all, and I can’t think of a better reason to get back into it than spring. (P.S. I might just buy one and dress it up a little. Don’t tell anyone.)
Are you working on anything fun for spring in terms of home decor or gardening?
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I'm so sorry to hear about Sally. It is never easy to lose a loyal, sweet friend. Dogs, and pitbulls in particular, make the best companion animals.
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Mom2danes wrote this review on Chewy.com about Halo Healthsome Vegetarian Biscuits with Peanut ‘n Pumpkin Grain-Free Dog Treats.
fromNorth Myrtle Beach, SC
Halo is to dog food what Ellen is to laughter!
“Toby” Our Beagle/Walker Hound mix rescue has proven harder to train than our two Great Danes were because he is “food motivated” and our Danes just want to please us.
I tried several favors of Halo doggie treats. Toby LOVES them all and we love that they are grain free!
Now, he stands at the pantry door and whimpers until I open it and reach in for his treat. If I try to pass off anything other than his Halo treats, he turns his head and won’t look at me until I get the right bag out.
I have even tried putting another “name brand” treat in the Halo bag but he knows. HE KNOWS the difference. I never feel guilty giving him treats when they are HALO!
Thank you Mom2danes for the review of Halo Healthsome Vegetarian Biscuits; we are happy Toby is enjoying them.
Click here to see the original review on Chewy.com.
A recent high profile tennis tournament became an unexpected showcase for adoptable pets in Brazil.
According to the Huffington Post, four adoptable dogs from a Sao Paulo shelter were trained for months to be “ball dogs” for the Brazil Open 2016.
The dogs waited patiently beside the tennis court while top tennis players battled for the win.
The dogs’ job was to retrieve stray tennis balls and play “ball boy” when needed. As soon as the ball hit the net or bounced off the court, the dogs would get to work, collecting the tennis balls and removing them from the court.
Sometimes, reported the Huffington Post, the players overlooked the balls on purpose so the crowd could clap and cheer for the dogs.
These adorable (and talented!) pups, Frida, Costela, Mel and Isabelle, definitely captured the crowd’s attention and their hearts. More importantly they showed how shelter dogs can be trained to do incredible things.
Click here to read the complete story.