Rurality Newsletter

February 2017

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Spring is here - I can feel it, smell it, and hear it.  Water dripping, birds chirping and the scent of buds just waiting for a few warm days to open into real, green leaves.

Rurality Newsletter - Rustic News

If you're living in the country, or just wish you were, you'll know that seeing nature unfurl into her springtime splendor is unmatched by anything else.  Living in the northern hemisphere, where there are four distinct seasons gives you the joy of anticipation of the changing of them.

Rural Living

Some of the most fascinating crafts, and the most fun to make, are twig crafts.  It's important to harvest twigs at the right time of year - and this is it!  Prior to budding out, but when the weather is warm is the easiest time to gather them.

Harvesting Twigs

There are lots of ways to gather up craft supplies, but none more fun than finding them at yard sales, in junk piles, or at the recycle center.  See the many great finds I've come across to add to my diy hoard;

Arts and Craft Supplies

So that's it for this issue of Rurality.  I hope you've got some inspiration for your next project from what I've been doing. Still wanting more?  Join my Facebook group especially for those that want inspiration, or want to brag about their own projects here; Rustic and Succulents DIY Group.