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Decorate with found items from nature, such as evergreen and felled pinecones for the winter solstice. Break out the green:  At its core, the solstice is a celebration of nature, so use lots of green to remind you of the outdoors—whether in the form of evergreen boughs on the mantle or tabletop, or green napkins accenting the buffet.     Decorate the potted Christmas tree this day.

Decorate with found items from nature, such as evergreen and felled pinecones for the winter solstice. Break out the green: At its core, the solstice is a celebration of nature, so use lots of green to remind you of the outdoors—whether in the form of evergreen boughs on the mantle or tabletop, or green napkins accenting the buffet. Decorate the potted Christmas tree this day.

Painted acorns, pretty fall colors, look great in a bowl on your table, have the kids go out and find them, and help you paint. gilbertrecycles.org pinterest.com/gilbertDIY

Painted acorns, pretty fall colors, look great in a bowl on your table, have the kids go out and find them, and help you paint. gilbertrecycles.org pinterest.com/gilbertDIY

How to use your left over candle wax. « Wax Poetic~Blue Moon Candle's Blog~

How to use your left over candle wax.

Drip less candles in bottles like this. I love the look. Watch carefully.

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