I love insects and I love Sibella Court. This lovely little collection of insects (and a seahorse) can be found in her inspirational book, Etcetera. Have a look at Natural History's Entomology notebooks here.
Pine Cone Garland from Jim Fairfax. This natural garland would be easy for little ones to make! Simply loop or tie twine around the middle of each pine cone and hang from the mantle! and maybe put paint or glitter on some
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Garland with a Natural Touch Or use a string of pinecones (available at garden centers) to make an easy swag: Tie a big bow in the middle so you can center it perfectly over a doorway, then tack it up with nails. I love this natural look.
These are not mine, but I make a different type of door bells. I call my Universal Charm door bells, "A-door-a-bells." I used to hang these on my doors like a merchant door bell that sounds whenever someone opens a shop door to come in or leave.