A Touch of Copper Weaving

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A Touch of Copper Weaving

65.00

Spring may be on her way, but the earth is still sleeping and cold. Dried hydrangeas are covered in a thin layer of ice — fragile, yet coppery in tone with the icy coat. Don’t worry, dear ones… the trees will soon be green and blooming again.

(This little lady had a color block of creme-colored texture, simply begging for this copper pin!)

Measurements are the width of the driftwood rod, and the length of where the nail will be to the farthest tip of fringe.

  • 12” wide, 29” long

Driftwood is foraged from the Elkhorn River.

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