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May 16 2017 at 5:50 PM
Dave Rhodes  (Login DaveRhodes)
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Response to Well, following Dave's logic, you could glue individual..

This is just a thought but might work. Better to try it on an old model first but i think if small areas are painted with cement and while still "tacky" herbs are sprinkled on. The type your good lady buys for cooking, usually in small glass jars for pennies. By placing these dried herbs, Marjoram, between the palms of your hands and gently rubbing you can break them down into fine pieces. Incidentally these herbs make excellent Autumn leaves for a diorama too.

 
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