Saturday, July 4, 2015

DIY: Nature office organizer

Feeling like "you live in a cubicle" 40+ hours a week and hardly get to see the sun and living growing things on the weekdays?

DIY: Nature office organizer

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Feeling like “you live in a cubicle” 40+ hours a week and hardly get to see the sun and living growing things on the weekdays? We’re lucky enough that even when we can’t make it outdoors, we’re surrounded by beauty and greenery. We want everyone to be able to have a daily slice of the outdoors, so here’s a way to bring a little green into your work week.

We devised a simple structure to house files, catalogues, or mail that utilizes moss, foraged findings, and natural elements. We love this assemblage of little pieces of nature under glass to create structure and order for your work space or home. You can use anything you love, whether it’s a mass of little fallen acorns collected from your favorite park, stones and shells you found on your memorable beach vacation, or a dropped feather you found while hiking through the woods. There’s no right or wrong, just what inspires you. Maybe it’s something you even swap out every couple months to reflect the changing seasons! -the Ladies of Forêt

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