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  • Dawn Austin πŸβ›„οΈ

    Green apple & hydrangea, beautiful decorating idea!

  • Rosie Warburg

    Keep in mind for that time when we can have pretty things in the house again. Lemons and yellow flowers would be fun for summer and red apples and flowers would be great for fall.

  • Janice Tabor

    centerpiece idea: green apples & hydrangeas in glass cylinders

  • Daniela Rios

    (Center pieces) hydrangeas + apples or lemons or red apples or peaches or and fruit that fits

  • Ashley Edmonds

    green apples + hydrangeas - could do with lemons if you want the yellow touches

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