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#1 of 5 Old 01-31-2007, 06:46 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I wanted to tell you about my twig valentines. They are a great thing to make with winter prunings. Find small bendy tips of branches that form a Y. Bring the top ends of the Y down to the single leg of the Y until you get a pleasing heart shape. Secure in place with floral wire. Decorate with ribbon, moss, dried flowers or whatever lovely natural treasure you like.:
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thanks for the sweet idea
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Thanks for the idea! Those sound really cute.

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We made some yesterday and they look great! We found some bendy red twigs which were especially nice. Thanks for sharing

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Oh I am so glad! It is my favourite natural valentine craft!
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