My Island Nightlight

Created with a birch mushroom, branches, sea glass and pebbles from Sainte-Luce-sur-Mer, Québec. The moss is from Mont-Tremblant Québec, and it is actually living. You can spray it every day to keep alive.

Beautiful colors come to life either in the sunshine or when lighted (AA batteries and a battery tea light). It does really feel like your own little island!

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