Betsy Anderson created a holiday crescent using fresh evergreens, celosia and dried plants on grapevine for her home in Williamsburg, Va. Anderson, a former president of her garden club, uses the crescents to decorate for the club's annual Christmas home tour in Colonial Williamsburg.
Betsy Anderson created a holiday crescent using fresh evergreens, celosia and dried plants on grapevine for her home in Williamsburg, Va. Anderson, a former president of her garden club, uses the crescents to decorate for the club's annual Christmas home tour in Colonial Williamsburg. MCT
Betsy Anderson created a holiday crescent using fresh evergreens, celosia and dried plants on grapevine for her home in Williamsburg, Va. Anderson, a former president of her garden club, uses the crescents to decorate for the club's annual Christmas home tour in Colonial Williamsburg. MCT

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