A Kissing Bulb...JUNKMARKET StyleDecember 11th, 2009 in blog, projects
Here are the finished shots of the kissing bulb. See the post below for the step-by-step directions. Boo boos and all.
Did you know?
The word "Mistletoe" is derived from the Old English words, "mistel" (dung) and "tan" (twig). The plant is thought to be named after bird droppings on a branch.
There appears to be a trend with my Christmas decor this year. First an outdoor container made from a manuer spreader, http://www.junkmarketstyle.com/item/17840/how-to-spruce-up-your-porch, then a hazardous waste container for holding greens indoors, http://www.junkmarketstyle.com/item/18930/tis-the-season, and now a kissing bulb holding some branches with bird droppings. As i've said before...only the very best for my family and friends. LOL!!!
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