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Christmas Tree Fern Prints on Reusable Market Bags

My kids made these Christmas tree print reusable canvas market bags from pressed ferns two years ago for their grandparents and aunt. Pin It We noticed that ferns look a lot like Christmas trees so we saved and pressed some. Didn't save any ferns? No problem! Fake ones will work just as well. Then, ...
  • Candace Lindemann - Naturally Educational

    Christmas Tree Fern Prints on Reusable Market Bags | Naturally Educational

  • Patricia Narducci

    Christmas Tree on a Canvas Bag

  • Dana @ Small Earth Travel

    My kids made these Christmas tree print reusable canvas market bags from pressed ferns two years ago for their grandparents and aunt. Pin It We noticed that ferns look a lot like Christmas trees so we saved and pressed some. Didn’t save any ferns? No problem! Fake ones will work just as well...

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