Here's the updated pics of how the small (hand cut and frozen) wood props turned out and how they added to the overall decorative centerpiece settings.
Planning a party this weekend and wanted to have three, small items staggered for the table centerpieces. Only problem was two of the items where the same height. To solve that issue, my husband and I searched for the right size tree limb. He started cutting and I worked on dinner. Just call us "Ma" and "Pa" from Little House in The Suburbs.
The tree limb had fallen, so the bark wasn't perfectly attached all the way around. It still will make for a nice, rustic, decorative prop. However, since there can be some unwanted pests lurking, I went to eHow and choose the freezing method to prevent any party crashers.
Pa was able to cut six wood props. Will keep you posted on how these centerpieces turn out with updated pictures. Thanks for reading! Christina aka Ma
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