Posts tagged nature
That Autumn Feeling Falls Gently Upon us

And here we are, September is slowly working its magic as the nights get longer and the sun loses its glare. Many flowers and vegetables are having their last hurrah as the heat from the summer we will all remember gradually fades away and everyone can breath a little easier. Because, I’m not sure about you, but wasn’t this summer intense? And I don’t mean that in a negative way, not at all, it was just a tad exhausting. I’ve had conversations with many folk who have been unable to stop this summer because they felt guilty about not being outside and enjoying the sunshine and heat that we all normally crave and wish for. Its a reflection of our culture I believe, this lack of ability to stop and do nothing.

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An Alternative DIY Christmas Wreath Tutorial

The thing I love the most about Christmas is the abundance of wreaths and the acceptance by nearly all sane people to have them in the house and on the front door. There are a couple of styles of wreaths that I enjoy making the most, the wild and wayward variety that I teach at my workshops as well as the more contemporary festive wreaths like the one I’ll be teaching you here, which are made using a metal hoop as the base.

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