Fall decorating

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RecoveringDreamer
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Re: Fall decorating

Post by RecoveringDreamer » Thu Nov 19, 2015 5:20 pm

I'm a little late to this, but I have a little thing I love. I had a very shallow blue and brown bowl that I loved, but that wasn't practical in the kitchen. I've filled it with items DH and I have collected on our hikes: different sized pinecones, acorns, pine needles, Milkweed seedpod. It's gorgeous!
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Re: Fall decorating

Post by dlrcpa » Thu Dec 03, 2015 10:35 am

Last year the town garden club made holiday greenery-in-a-mug arrangements for the community center, library, etc. I bought some floral foam to copy the idea this year. I have some Christmas mugs that have seen good use but are getting chipped, so I plan to fill them this weekend with some natural greenery to make 2 small arrangements.

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Re: Fall decorating

Post by RecoveringDreamer » Tue Dec 08, 2015 11:04 am

dlrcpa wrote:Last year the town garden club made holiday greenery-in-a-mug arrangements for the community center, library, etc. I bought some floral foam to copy the idea this year. I have some Christmas mugs that have seen good use but are getting chipped, so I plan to fill them this weekend with some natural greenery to make 2 small arrangements.
Ooh! That sounds really pretty. I should try doing more crafty things like that.
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