Voting is now closed.
Well, this being my first non-random contest, it took me a little while to figure out the details of how we’d choose a winner. I didn’t want to choose the winner all by myself because I know some of you personally, and it just doesn’t seem fair that way. My hopes of putting together a panel of judges didn’t quite work out, so I’m turning it over to you, dear readers, to vote for your favorites.
I divided the wreaths into five groups of six wreaths (except the last group, which has five wreaths), so you can vote for your favorite wreath in each group.
So just vote for one wreath in each group, and then I’ll get back with you on Wednesday to put up the voting for the finalists. The wreath that receives the most votes in each group will advance to the final voting round.
I didn’t include any info about who made these or construction, materials, cost, etc. Each person provided different info. If you want to find out more, check out the comments in this post. These are shown to you in order I received them.
If you are one of the entrants, feel free to promote your wreath to your readers, friends, and family and have them vote. I will keep voting open until 11:30pm Pacific time tomorrow night (Tuesday, December 15).
Edited to add: I forgot to include one wreath, so I’m adding it at the end of the post past all the polls and I will automatically forward it to the finals round. Sorry about that!