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    Using Nature?

    Zurie
    Wed May 04, 2011 2:57 pm
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    Who is using natural bits to enhance their homes or tables?

    Like bleached wood, pebbles, garden benches made from natural wood branches, etc?

    What about attracting birds by putting out lots of ceramic bowls of water? (okay, this does not come under Table Settings!icon_wink.gif )
    Dreamgoddess
    Wed May 04, 2011 6:59 pm
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    Zurie wrote:

    What about attracting birds by putting out lots of ceramic bowls of water? (okay, this does not come under Table Settings!icon_wink.gif )


    Who cares if it comes under TS??? icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

    I have a birdbath close to a feeder that I can see when I look outside my kitchen window. The birds really seem to love it.

    With spring in full swing here, I'm trying to use more natural items in decorating my tables. Unfortunately, I don't have much of a "green thumb" when it comes to flowers, so I still have to pretty much depend on silk flowers in my home. icon_redface.gif
    awalde
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 2:37 am
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    I made clematis pyramide for Chrismas with a lot of LED lights inside. The pyramide is 2 meter hight and still in the living room, but we will use the lights only in december again.
    It's something like this (it was difficult to find in the internet)

    I will come back!
    Dreamgoddess
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 11:33 am
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    Awalde, welcome to Table Settings! That is so wonderful...please share how you made it!
    awalde
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 4:58 pm
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    The photo in my last message is from the interet.
    The biggest construcion is 2 meters tall. The smallest about 60 cm you can see this in my recipe:
    Basler Leckerli (Swiss Spiced Hard Cookies) #442825 By awalde

    For the contructrion.:
    you need piede wood were you make 3 holes
    3 long hazelnut springs are inserted in the holes and bindet on the top
    you need fresh (not dry!) clematis springs (leaves removed) that you can find in the forest.
    You have to cover the hazelnut spings turning around of them. You may insert some small LED lights. An assistend is very useful for this step.
    If you have the material in 2 hours it's done.

    Others ideas from the internet (not myself!):



    awalde
    Thu Jun 30, 2011 5:22 pm
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    With clay I like to shape pots, dishes with the print of leaves.
    For the garden with the same technique but with concrete I produced tiles:
    German Hazelnut Cake (garden tiles with concrete)

    Pizzoccheri With Chard (dish with clay, not the best photos)

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