Tuesday, October 09, 2012

celebrate fall

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32 comments:

  1. Beautiful, great idea. Thanks for sharing

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  2. great! i am gonna do this...

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  4. Beatiful, nice autumn.

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  5. Love this!!! That quilt is so pretty and fallish too! So where did you end up hanging it??

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  6. Wonderfull idea! Your art is such a great inspiration for me! Thank you!

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  7. Hi! so awesome!!!! so colorful!
    But how the leaves look when they are dry (fade)?

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  8. The leaves are so cute! This is such a lovely and unique and typical "Alisa-Decoration"!
    But I would love to copy it for my living room!

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  9. another wonderful alisa inspiration -- wish i had your creative mind --

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  10. what a creative idea! I love this! now only if the leaves here would turn another color other than GREEN. it's still summer here in florida. :(

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  11. Love it! What a great vision to come up with this. I'm gonna try this with multiple layered strands for over our mantle. Thank you.

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  12. What is essiently a simple idea you have transformed into a thing of utter beaty. Inside your creative mind must be a beautiful place to visit.

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  13. Very creative idea... Makes such a lovely garland...

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  14. very clever! I thought they were feathers at first. :-)

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  15. magical loveliness, as always! :)

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  16. Very beautiful idea!!!
    Have a nice month!!

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  17. I read somewhere (probably on Pinterest) that dipping leaves in wax will preserve them from curling up and drying out so they'll last all season. I love this idea!

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  18. So simple and so amazingly beautiful. I have preserved leaves on the branch by putting the branch in glycerin. I can't remember if it was straight glycerin or mixed with water (so long ago!) The leaves soak it up through the branch and become almost a soft rubbery texture. Perhaps they can be taken off then and retain the preserve? Happy fall!

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  19. This is just fabulous! So much fun!

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  20. Oh! This is such a beautiful idea, I am gonna try this art with my girls this weekend, they are so gonna love it!
    Thanks for the ispiration...

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  21. I thought these were textile leafes! Great idea!

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  22. Hey Alisa, this is so pretty! I've been trying to come up with some fall decoration that's pretty & not kitsch.. You've just provided me with the solution (at first I thought the leaves were feathers):) I'll link to this on my blog :)love to you and your family, Judith

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  23. These are gorgeous, they inspired me to make my own.
    http://fotodesignshelly.blogspot.nl/2012/10/diy-painted-leaves.html

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  24. Is that a wood burning stove you have there? We have a coal burning stove, it's so cozy.

    Kim

    http://loopsoflavender.blogspot.com/

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  25. This is amazing! So festive. I need to gather some leaves now. :)

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  26. very nice, simple and clever ! I love it !

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  27. This is just a lovely project, can't wait to try it out!

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  28. nightologist8:58 AM

    Wow! But what did you do not to break them and make them last against wind or so?

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  29. Very nice! I could see our preschoolers doing this and hanging them up around the room...collecting leaves now! :-)

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