Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Bird Seed Wreaths

We are now selling our bird seed wreaths at the Country Feed & Pet Supply store on Parrell Road in Bend. Made of a mix of black-oil sunflower, safflower, red wheat, peanuts, suet bits, mountain ash berries, and more. Check them out!

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Birdseed Wreaths

Just in time for winter...these birdseed wreaths are made of premium birdseed and gelatin. We skipped the traditional use of suet (rendered beef fat) because the smell attracts visitors other than birds. Plus my dog, Thielsen, would be standing atop the chickens to reach them!

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Autumn Leaf Wreath

Here is one of Raven's wreaths with fall foliage and small fruits. Let autumn roll!

Monday, September 17, 2012

Greenery Wreaths

Greenery wreaths make for great holiday gifts or for hanging on your own front door. These wreaths, available later in the season, feature either Central Oregon boughs or Western Cascade boughs.

The Central Oregon wreaths feature combinations of Douglas fir, grand fir, ponderosa pine, manzanita and western juniper, and include pine cones and a red bow.

The Western Cascade wreaths feature combinations of Douglas fir, Pacific silver fir, western white pine, western red cedar, western hemlock and include pine cones and a bow.

Stay tuned for when these become available!

Sage Fall Wreaths

Here are several of the fall wreaths that we make. These wreaths include sage bases with dried flowers, grasses, corn husks and other garden items. There are 14" in diameter and may vary slightly from the photographs because they are individually hand-made in Central Oregon.

Cost is $20 per wreath.

Wreaths may also be purchased at Celebrate the Seasons - 61515 American Loop in Bend.

Orders are accepted by e-mail to circletheseasonswreaths@gmail.com and a pick-up date and time will be determined.
Sage Fall Wreath
Sage, dried flowers, grasses and bow
Mixed Sage Wreath
Dried flowers, grasses, sage, corn husks


Tuesday, September 4, 2012


Sagebrush and grasses. Dried flowers and cones. Sea shells and seedpods. Pine boughs and manzanita leaves. These and other materials get wrapped or woven into wreaths to adorn doors or walls, bringing a sense and smell of the outdoors indoors.