It’s cold, the leaves are changing, and we all need a fun craft to do!

The Flavor Nook!


Adding natural elements in your home always gives such an earthy feel. Whether it is wood, stone or indoor plants, the colors and textures that are available naturally just cannot be replicated in its entirety. The beautiful Fall/Autumn colors outside takes me into a dreamy mood. All I want to do at sunset is to just relax in the balcony and stare at the gorgeously radiant shades of yellows, oranges and browns.

There are several ways to preserve leaves and flowers – dipping/coating them in bees wax, glycerin or liquid resin (which I haven’t tried out) but I used mod podge because, well, I already had it at home. The idea behind this has been inspired from this crafty blog. Applying mod podge made the dried-out leaves supple and brought out their deep rich colors. This is a really in-expensive craft and the pops of color adds…

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