Gallery: Nicole Dextras Turns Foliage Into Compostable “Little Green Dress...

Left: "Jérémie," made of crabapples, ligularia leaves and buds, smoke bush leaves, maple leaves, sweetgum seed pods, false Indigo seed pods, hemp, and linen thread. Right: "Ruth," composed of mountain ash berries, elecampagne, crocosmia, and dahlias.

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One Response to “Nicole Dextras Turns Foliage Into Compostable “Little Green Dresses””

  1. tapestri says:

    Straight out of http://www.fairie-ality.com… I have been waiting to see somebody actually attempt this. I know I have wanted to. These creations are gorgeous!

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