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  1. #1
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    Newbie Here with a Question

    Hello Everyone!

    I''m new here and looking forward to spending some time reading your posts and getting to know some of you.

    I live in NW Ohio, am married, old, and according to most of my friends and family, somewhat crazy. But then aren''t we all just a bit crazy?

    I''m not sure I am posting this in the right forum, so please forgive me if my post is out of place.

    I have a question for anyone who is willing to answer. On floral stems sometimes there are ''berries'' attached. They are painted to match the arrangement. My question is, what are those berries made from, and where can I find them not already attached to a stem? I believe they are some kind of EPS foam, but I can''t find anything like that in local craft stores or online. I am looking for sizes ranging from micro to half an inch.

    Any help, would be appreciated. Also, if you have another idea of what might work for this project, I would be happy to listen to you.

    Thank you!

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  3. #2
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    Nov 2004
    Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Perhaps you could try to make your own from paper mache and paint them. At least I think that would work for the larger ones.


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