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  • Waynne Gomel

    Setting branches in a vase by using rocks and expanding foam (about $3.50/can). Do this with straight branches to hold Christmas lights, etc..

  • Marcy Robertson

    Setting branches in a vase by using spray foam. Do this with straight branches to hold christmas lights. Heather, this could be a good idea to create table center pieces with manzanita branches in white vases.

  • Vanessa Moline

    Setting branches in a vase by using spray foam. Do this with straight branches to hold christmas lights. - I have so many centerpiece ideas

  • Krista Lake

    Decoration idea: Centerpieces using tree branches anchored in pots with spray foam

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