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Getting Craft Supplies From Your Garden

Why not use garden twigs and other litter to make some nature crafts. It's a free resource and what's more, you can create some really unusual designs for the home - a great way to bring the outdoors into your living area!

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Kelly Ann Butterbaugh
September 29, 2008

As the autumn months pass by, many of our yards are filling with free craft supplies. Be sure to take advantage of the plentiful offerings of nature. Your kids will thank you for it.

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October 10, 2000

It's the season here for pine cones, acorns, walnuts, wild flowers, thistles, cattails, etc., these are all things found in nature that we can collect (for free!), then dry or preserve, and save for use in our winter crafts.

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