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Sunday, November 14, 2010
My Bed Bath & Beyond Goodies in Time for the Holidays!
I have also found the Artemisia Christmas tree directions from an old 1995 Yankee Magazine by Adelma Simmons and Caprilands. So if you have artemisia, get it ready (I think you need at least 1/2 bushel.) and any kinds of small dried flowers such as bachelor button, delphinium, oregano, pearly everlasting, statice, tansy or yarrow, bitterweet, pepper berries or rose hips, pinecones and bells. Of course, fine florist wire or a hot-glue gun and clippers. You also will need a styrofoam cone. The directions say 6 inch. Also if you have a lazy Susan, pull that out. It comes in handy to move the tree around and see how the decorations are evenly spread around the tree. Once upon a time I grew a lot of dried flowers to make wreathes. It just takes a lot of material and time! It is a fun project and I think you will enjoy it.
Check out an artemisia tree I made many years ago that was about two feet tall that I blogged about in 2008. It was big. I thought the magazine was buried up in the attic, but I was forward thinking and kept it in the computer/TV room! Always thinking ahead, but never remember what I was thinking! I know you know what I'm talking about! I have to get my work table cleaned off. I realized after I published this that next week is THANKSGIVING. So hopefully I will have a post with step by step instructions by the end of THIS week for you.
It is a nice rainy day out. We needed it after so many beautiful days! I probably could get my act together and make the tree today, but The Herbal Husband sometimes makes my plans for me! Going to see the last part of the Swedish triology, The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest. We saw the other two out of sequence, but we are caught up! At least we won't be in a dark theater while there is beautiful weather outside! That happens quite a bit! Hope you are having a great day wherever you may be. Talk to you later.