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Bringing Nature Inside Your Home

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It’s also a great idea to adapt decors to the current season. For example, fresh, vibrant, multicolored flowers are ideal as springtime home decorations. A fruit bowl filled with blueberries, cherries, and strawberries is appropriate for summer. During autumn, warm colors are in and a vase arranged with fall foliage or a pumpkin topiary serves as beautiful adornments.

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I Feel It In My Fingers… I Feel It In My Toes

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Don’t you underestimate the fun of fabric folding! Layer tablecloths with old, mismatched napkins in baskets, bowls, tables, windows, and mantles. This makes table setting during the holidays more exciting. You can also add bows for that holiday flair. Try them on candlesticks, doorknobs, and the Christmas tree.

 

 

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Home Decorating With Fake Animal Heads: As Good As The Real Thing

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Taxidermy is the art of working with animal skins. Taxidermists prepare, stuff, and mount these items to look like the real thing. Some hunters practice taxidermy to preserve their hunting trophies and display them in their homes.

 

 

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Mounted Deer Heads – A Comprehensive know-how

In Upright Positioning Deer Mount, the neck position is vertical and upright. However, you may also choose to go horizontal or have a sneak position with the neck at 45 degree-angle.

 

 

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Home Decorating with Fake Animal Heads: As Good as the Real Thing

Taxidermy is the art of working with animal skins. Taxidermists prepare, stuff, and mount these items to look like the real thing. Some hunters practice taxidermy to preserve their hunting trophies and display them in their homes.
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