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She Covers This Jar With Leaves, And Paints It With A Brush. The End Result Is Stunning.

There's just something about fall that inspires us to decorate for the season. Maybe it's wanting to bring the gorgeous colors of the outside indoors. Or maybe it's that one-of-a-kind smoky scent that permeates the autumn air. Whatever it is, it's time for the Thanksgiving season extravaganza. One of the most identifiable fall decorating motifs is also the oldest: the cornucopia or horn of plenty. This hollow, horn-shaped item filled with the bounties of harvest dates all the way back to the birth of the infant Zeus in Greek mythology. The early versions of the cornucopia were made of goat's horns, but today's cornucopia are made from wicker or weaved bread.
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