STEP 1
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Start by gathering all the required materials by collecting varieties of leaves and flowers to add a natural vibrancy to your weaving.

STEP 2
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Take a piece of cardboard and, using a paper cutter, make a lengthwise cut of about 2cm from the edge on both sides, creating a sturdy loom frame.

STEP 3
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Make sure the parallel cuts are made with equal distance between the cuts on both the ends.

STEP 4
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Secure a thread around the notched edges to form the base of your loom.

STEP 5
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With your loom ready and nature's treasures in hand, it's time to weave! Take a leaf and thread it through the strings on the loom, alternating with flowers and other natural elements.

STEP 6
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As you weave, secure the ends of leaves or flowers by tucking them under the strings.

STEP 7
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And Wola! You've just crafted a one-of-a-kind Nature Weaving that combines the simplicity of twigs with the beauty of the outdoors.

Tip

To make it even more enchanting, consider incorporating seasonal elements. During autumn, use colorful leaves and twigs, while spring may inspire the inclusion of blossoming flowers. This not only adds a dynamic and ever-changing aspect to your tapestry but also connects the artwork to the natural rhythms of the outdoors.