February Wreath Calendar

With January behind us, I’m welcoming February with lots of love and hearts with my February wreath calendar.  I’ve created a wreath for each month which I’ll share on the first day of the new month throughout the year.

Most of the products used on this wreath are from the Arrange a Wreath bundle.  However, the sentiment came from a stamp set in my stash.  I’ve had the most fun putting together these wreaths.  They are attached to the lucite frame with adhesive backed magnets.  A piece of woodgrain patterned paper was inserted into the frame for the background.  The calendar was purchased at Taylored Expressions.

I’ve decided to continue to offer the version of this calendar below and set of wreaths throughout the month of February.  After February, they’ll no longer be available.  Here’s how you can get one…

Seasonal Wreaths Calendar Card -Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Seasonal Wreaths Calendar Card- Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Here’s how to get one…

  • Make a purchase of $75.00 or more (before tax & shipping) from my online store and I’ll send you a calendar and 4 seasonal wreaths. 
  • Additionally, after qualifying for the free calendar and 4 seasonal wreaths, you can purchase the 3 add-on holiday wreaths (Valentine’s, Halloween & Christmas) for $10.00 .  Payments can be made via PayPal “send to a friend” option.  My PayPal address is romulhern@gmail.com. Shipping to US only.
  • Please use Host Code HSM637DH for orders under $150. With orders over $150 you will enjoy your own Stampin’ Rewards.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Take care,




  1. I am a demonstrator. What would it cost 2 get the whole bundle of the original wreaths?
    I Love what you’ve done.

  2. I am a demonstrator and will place a $75.00 order with you to get the calendar. My question is the calendar seasons are already made for me correct? Add ten dollars and I get 3 add-ons?

    Thank you, Valorie

  3. Love these! Are they in an 8×10 frame? Have you considered selling a tutorial? They would make nice gifts, but perhaps with just one multi-seasonal wreath to make them affordable for neighbors, etc. You really did a great job on them!

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