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This miniature furniture adds a charming country look to any place it is displayed.What You Need:
...you might find it difficult...
- 12 reasonably straight twigs (under 1 foot long) of varying widths to form the seat frame and legs
- Curling or twisted twigs for decorating a chair back
- Small dried flowers, such as pansies, hydrangeas, or creeping zinnias
- Lichen, dried
- Bypass clippers
- Hot-glue gun and hot-glue sticks
- Twigs should be dry.
- Don't use green wood; it shrinks and the bark comes loose, which will cause your furniture to collapse.
- Look for wood with notches; other branches and flowers will fit naturally in the grooves.
- The thicker the twigs, the easier it will be to make the chair.
- Use sharp clippers for accurate cutting and to prevent wood from crushing.
- Always make sure glue has dried before moving on to the next step.
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