Nah. In all defense for Rachael, she didn't make me do anything. She did give me text advisement while I was at the store and texted her a picture of my child holding a styrofoam wreath blank and questioning, "Is this right?"
While I never actually looked at the Pinterest link (or pin or whatever you call it), I checked Rachael's out. As an artist, I generally take a bit of liberty with things, as it is not in my ability to copy anything exactly at all. I even change recipes a little. The store I was at had pretty sad-sack colors of eyelash and didn't have the green wreath blank without it being as an Advent form. Hers is way fluffier, which I like but I'm pleased with how ours turned out. At any rate, here's my version of Rachael's Pinterest wreath:
Voila. We love it and it brightens up our door. I figured since we didn't have a winter this year, I may as well roll on to spring decorations already.
Now to get my fingers into some dirt. I couldn't wait any longer and purchased some seed starting soil and organic tomato seeds. I won't start those now, but I will start the flowers. I want the whole front in lovely zinnias. They did so well last year and looked gorgeous! Eeee!