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Teaware by Vladimir Dimitroff
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Those familiar with the genre will recognise the samovar (2 instances), while the nearby vessel is quite different - reminiscent of a middle-eastern teapot but I can’t be sure if this one is for tea at all?.. Seen in antique shops in the historic Old Town of Baku, Azerbaijan.

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I always worry about the ornaments during Christmas - and not leaving anyone behind - but my family is ruthless - and will turn their back on old friends - if it means less work decorating the tree…

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To make these, you will need..



Hot glue gun (or white glue if working with children)

Pine branches (optional)

Dried fruit (optional)

Clamp to hold sticks together while drying (optional, but if you are using white glue I would highly recommend)

Instructions !

Gather your materials and plug in your hot glue gun.

Start by cutting the sticks 3-4 inches in length (or as big as you want your ornament)

Glue your sticks together into desired shapes. Once the glue is dry, attach a string with hot glue to create a loop so you can hang your ornaments. You can also use dried fruit, pine branches or pinecones for simple ornaments as well.

Let them dry, and hang them. That’s all there is to it! Your choices are limitless when it comes to these low waste ornaments. Be inspired by nature and see what you can create!

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