Tuesday, October 09, 2012

celebrate fall

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30 comments:

Helmi said...

Beautiful, great idea. Thanks for sharing

Carmen said...

Great stuff.

Sonja Häusl-Vad said...

great! i am gonna do this...

FADİŞ said...

Great!

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Věrka said...

Beatiful, nice autumn.

dawn said...

Love this!!! That quilt is so pretty and fallish too! So where did you end up hanging it??

Bubamara šarena said...

Wonderfull idea! Your art is such a great inspiration for me! Thank you!

Маруся said...

Hi! so awesome!!!! so colorful!
But how the leaves look when they are dry (fade)?

stefanie stark said...

The leaves are so cute! This is such a lovely and unique and typical "Alisa-Decoration"!
But I would love to copy it for my living room!

Joanne said...

another wonderful alisa inspiration -- wish i had your creative mind --

Milynn {Love + Whimsy} said...

what a creative idea! I love this! now only if the leaves here would turn another color other than GREEN. it's still summer here in florida. :(

robayre said...

Love it! What a great vision to come up with this. I'm gonna try this with multiple layered strands for over our mantle. Thank you.

Preeti said...

Loveliest !!!!

Clare said...

What is essiently a simple idea you have transformed into a thing of utter beaty. Inside your creative mind must be a beautiful place to visit.

Dianne said...

Very creative idea... Makes such a lovely garland...

Shirley Pando said...

very clever! I thought they were feathers at first. :-)

Teddi said...

magical loveliness, as always! :)

Μαντρίνα said...

Very beautiful idea!!!
Have a nice month!!

April Duda said...

I read somewhere (probably on Pinterest) that dipping leaves in wax will preserve them from curling up and drying out so they'll last all season. I love this idea!

Leah said...

So simple and so amazingly beautiful. I have preserved leaves on the branch by putting the branch in glycerin. I can't remember if it was straight glycerin or mixed with water (so long ago!) The leaves soak it up through the branch and become almost a soft rubbery texture. Perhaps they can be taken off then and retain the preserve? Happy fall!

Caatje said...

This is just fabulous! So much fun!

Shalini said...

Oh! This is such a beautiful idea, I am gonna try this art with my girls this weekend, they are so gonna love it!
Thanks for the ispiration...

Erika @Sausage Jar said...

I thought these were textile leafes! Great idea!

Ju said...

Hey Alisa, this is so pretty! I've been trying to come up with some fall decoration that's pretty & not kitsch.. You've just provided me with the solution (at first I thought the leaves were feathers):) I'll link to this on my blog :)love to you and your family, Judith

shelly said...

These are gorgeous, they inspired me to make my own.
http://fotodesignshelly.blogspot.nl/2012/10/diy-painted-leaves.html

CouldBeKim said...

Is that a wood burning stove you have there? We have a coal burning stove, it's so cozy.

Kim

http://loopsoflavender.blogspot.com/

Erica said...

This is amazing! So festive. I need to gather some leaves now. :)

Mickaëlle Delamé said...

very nice, simple and clever ! I love it !

Carol Joy said...

This is just a lovely project, can't wait to try it out!

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