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Marji Roy
I just posted a DIY tutorial on creating Dancing Sticks for the winter garden. It is is easy to do and adds a wonderful, whimsical and colorful element. Check it out here at <a href ="">Ashbee Design.</a>
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Amy Renea
Pascale...I love the lights! I wouldn't be taking them down either!!!

Cool idea Marji! Checking it out now!
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I agree with Pascale, and would like to see lighting included in future, similar articles of Winter Landscaping!
The photo provided by Pascale, as well as the #7 tip Photo in the article makes this argument for me!
Too often, we think of Holiday Lighting, instead of Winter/Landscape illumination, and we all know the cold season continues on lonnnnng after the tinsel has been taken down and stored! The warm ambers and golds in the photos really make the scenes even more magical!

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