Turn Halloween gourds into Thanksgiving goods
Interior Designer, Rachel Cannon Lewis, put a spin on making a cornucopia centerpiece for Thanksgiving using recycled pumpkins today on News 2 at 4.
Lewis designed the centerpiece using gourds and vegetables that she already had in her home. She said the pumpkins can stay good up to a month as long as they are inside and dry. She said all that's needed is an array of florist foam and wooden picks to arrange you recycled veggies.
For more specific information on different pieces in the segment, visit her blog. You can also visit her website or stop by her store, SoHaus Interior Design located at 7809 Jefferson Highway in Baton Rouge.
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