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  • Tracy Sonafelt

    “The falling leaves drift by the window, the autumn leaves of red and gold.” These are dipped in beeswax.

  • Patty Odell

    leaves dipped in wax. Great fall decor. Hang in windows source: Martha Stewart a99191_halloweensip07_leaves.jpg

  • enhance dreams

    Hanging leaves diy crafts diy crafts crafty fall crafts leaf crafts diy leaf crafts hanging leaves leaf decor

  • Shawn Rogers Thomas

    Hanging Leaves | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart When dipped in wax, colorful leaves can be preserved through this season and beyond. We clustered a group to suspend in a window -- perfect for greeting visitors. Stands of monofilament keep them from falling a second time.

  • Oatmeal Smiles

    Hang autumn leaves by fishing line over a bright and sunny window or any area for decoration that really pops. #autumn #decor

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Love is not written on paper, for paper can be erased. Nor is it etched on stone, for stone can be broken. But it is inscribed on a heart and there it shall remain forever. ~ Unknown