We frequently talk about using our own backyard for bringing the greenery indoors. Succulent cuttings grow to make a welcoming entryway and colorful sprigs from blooming plants always cheer our space up instantly. Jennifer and friends have the same idea--taking cuttings from plants, pine cones and other woodsy finds which make a beautiful tablescape...
Glass jars get a second life as containers for rocks and twigs and dried leaves. Twine wrapped around the jars gives them texture and a natural feeling that keeps the look cohesive. Jennifer also reuses burlap sacs as table runners by cutting them down the middle. Mats made of cork serve as the tables placemats lending to the eco-friendly vibe. Instead of going out and buying woodslice coasters, Jennifer chooses to make them herself (awesome). A simple but clever idea, seat assignments for guests are indicated by a pear with their name tag attached.
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(Images: In A Nutshell)