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Very natural Christmas decorations!

Very natural Christmas decorations!

To those who know how to pick up and get in shape, nature offers all the material necessary for the realization of magnificent 100% natural decorations. A pine cone here, a hazelnut there, a little moss, flower petals picked during the summer ... All that remains is to assemble, with imagination and taste. Style lesson!

Very natural Christmas decorations!


J-F. Mahé Rose hips and heather form a fabulous combination of mauve and orange for this spritzed crown… like the exquisite little fruit of which it is made!

Very natural Christmas decorations!


J-F. Mahé What a romanticism in these decorations: plump heart strewn with lavender flowers and hydrangea wreath provided suspended on a long ribbon.

Very natural Christmas decorations!


J-F. Mahé Close your eyes and breathe, Provence is there. The scents of summer are so comforting in winter…

Very natural Christmas decorations!


J-F. Mahé Vegetal, abundant, almost shrubby, this crown mixes many branches made of blue or green leaves, and berries in clusters.

Very natural Christmas decorations!


J-F. Mahé Fruity, woody, flowery… choose your crown according to your taste!

Very natural Christmas decorations!


J-F. Mahé Natural pearls mounted as a necklace: a leaf, a pine cone, a ball covered with flower petals, a little moss…

Very natural Christmas decorations!


J-F. Mahé A Christmas decoration so delicate that one would think of seeing a wedding decoration. This delicately padded vegetable heart is hemmed with wheat grains and nicely embellished with a star anise flower.

Very natural Christmas decorations!


J-F. Mahé Peppers or gourmet lemon add a spicy or tangy touch to these very wise crowns.

Very natural Christmas decorations!


J-F. Mahé A crown… to eat. With hundreds of gourmet berries, this crown delights the eyes while tickling the taste buds.

Very natural Christmas decorations!


J-F. Mahé On your turn, build these very natural pendants, just for the pleasure of seeing them swing and hearing the hazelnuts collide.