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Nature Style: Elegant Decorating with Leaves, Twigs & Stone

by Marthe Le Van

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Product Description“Bring outdoor items indoors to create Instant art.”—Philadelphia Inquirer
These 80 innovative and tasteful projects all use natural materials that you can gather yourself, and because each leaf, branch, or vine is unique, your creations will be truly one-of-a-kind. Start by showing off your finds in a relatively natural state: arrange lovely stones in a bowl, or place pussy willows in buckets by the fireplace. Then, make these elements more functional by turning twigs into placemats or leaves into curtain tiebacks. Collect greenery and artfully arrange it into a wreath to hang on the wall. Apply seasonal ideas—from a leaf gift tag to a twig and mini-light chandelier—to brighten up the holiday and the days that follow.
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