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freshly fallen leaves in small lab beakers

Helen Norman photos
display freshly fallen leaves. Position single leaves, either pressed or fresh, in small glass vases, and place them on various surfaces around the house. (We used old lab beakers—look for them at antique stores.) The best thing about this sweet and simple display is that when the leaves start to crumble and brown, you can easily replace them.  
Editor's Tip: To press leaves, place them between layers of newspaper and under a heavy stack of books. Let the leaves dry for a couple of days. Then, to enhance their color, iron the leaves between pieces of waxed paper, using a pressing cloth to keep the wax off the iron. Pressed leaves also can be purchased at local crafts stores.
 

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