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Posted by the deTerra diarist

Hey diddle ey,

Sun, glorious sun. Heat, glorious heat. Blue, glorious blue.

Summer is here.

And I don’t know about you, but summer always gets me feeling kind of arts and craftsy. Know what I mean? There’s no better time to get out into the forest, make friends with Mother Nature, and get creative at the same time.

I mean, I’m not just interested in shopping, y’know. Or kitchens. deTerra does mean ‘from the earth’. And I’m earthy. That’s why I got this job. Not just because I give fantastic interiors tips and have all the skinny on deTerra products. I can use my talents in other ways, too!

Case in point, this here blog. It’s not only groovetastically creative, but also interactive – don’t tell me that won’t get your synapses firing in a totally natural way. Read on and you’ll see what I mean…

Summer makes me think forest, like I said. It makes me want to get back to my roots, get dirt under my nails… and maybe see some cute wildlife and a collect a few twigs, too. One of my favourite things to do is to take a handy ‘identifier’ sheet and head out into the woods, to see what I can spot and learn a few things at the same time! You must remember these nifty little numbers from when you were a kid – you had to match up the wildlife/plant against the pictures on the sheet, and tick off the pictures as you identified them in nature. And – annoyingly – no matter how hard you tried, there would always be one or two pictures that eluded you (the seven spot ladybird was my arch nemesis).

There will be no such disappointments here! We’ve designed our very own deTerra ‘identifier’ sheet, just for you – and every leaf you can’t find in a UK forest can certainly be found on a certain .co.uk website (virtual nature at its best…)

So, without further ado, I present the deTerra leaf identifier – the perfect summer quizlet for you budding explorers! How many can you find/name? There’s no rush but I’ll forgive you if you want to ‘leaf’ now and get started…

deTerra leaf identifier

Ta ta for now,

The deTerra Diarist


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