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HaveHeart1This month’s HaveHeart DIY was something new and different for me. Even though we celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving in October, because the magazine is largely American-based, I decided to save my Harvest DIY for November. However, that’s not what was so ‘new and different’. What was, was the fact that the DIY was so involved. While most of my craft projects are usually simple ones, this particular project I found to be tedious. Yet, the individuality and end result made it more than worth it in the end!

If you would like to know how to turn twigs into the finished product below, then click here

HaveHeart2Also, be sure to set aside a few hours for this beautiful Primitive Harvest Wreath!

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Emory

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  1. G

     /  11/04/2014

    great craft babe! Always creative as per :)

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