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Nature Crafts for Christmas

Posted by fernlover z8 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 18, 11 at 13:34

I'm looking for ways/ideas to use natural materials to decorate a patio/courtyard for Christmas and would appreciate any ideas or books that might be helpful. Thanks!

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RE: Nature Crafts for Christmas

Right now I am making Brandywine style "critters" for Christmas decorations. I am following the pictures and directions in their book "Brandywine Critters" Nature Crafts from "A Brandywine Christmas". They are turning out really cute. Many are based on teasel and finding it was the hardest part! You can google the words Brandywine critters and you will find pics and directions on making both the reindeer and the teddy bears.

RE: Nature Crafts for Christmas

There are so many jewelry Christmas trees made from beads, hope it is useful for you!

Here is a link that might be useful: jewelry Christmas trees

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