DIY Planters Of Small IKEA Glass Bowls

DIY Planters Of Small IKEA Glass Bowls
How to make super cool little planters of usual glass IKEA bowls? You’ll need concrete powder, 3 small glass containers/bowls, spray paints – white and black, normal paint in pink. First, prepare your glass bowls by washing them well. Then spray paint them using white paint. Prepare your concrete mix by following the instructions on... 
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Eye-Catchy DIY Decoupage Vase To Try

Eye-Catchy DIY Decoupage Vase To Try
Wanna make a cool vase? Then decoupage is a great idea to make any piece original! Prepare paper – dictionary or book pages, spray adhesive, Mod Podge, a foam brush, paint, a paint brush. Tear the pages. Tear your pages into relatively small strips. The smaller the piece, the better it will adhere to a... 
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Easy DIY Tree Stump Side Table To Make

Easy DIY Tree Stump Side Table To Make
Need an idea to repurpose an old tree stump? Here it is! Take your tree stump and sand it. Start off with 80-grit sandpaper to get the really rough parts off, then move to 180-grit, and finish it off with 320-grit. This will help to get a super smooth finish and ensure that you won’t... 
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Simple DIY Copper Pipes Plant Stand

Simple DIY Copper Pipes Plant Stand
Copper is chic and looks amazing in any interior. If you have a huge planter, you can make a stylish stand for it with copper pies. Prepare 1/2-inch copper pipe, 8 1/2-inch copper tees, 8 1/2-inch copper tube caps, glue, a plant pot, pipe/tubing cutter, a marker, a ruler or measuring tape, a rag or... 
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Stylish And Chic DIY Brass Tube Vases

Stylish And Chic DIY Brass Tube Vases
Brass décor is a very hot thing, many designers use it, and you can do that too – just make these cool brass tube vases! Prepare brass tubing, brass discs, PVC pipes and some tools. Cut the tubing into three pieces, 45, 35 and 25 cm. Take brass discs and attach them to one side... 
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How To Grow And Care For 4 Types Of Asian Greens

How To Grow And Care For 4 Types Of Asian Greens
We may all be familiar with Asian greens from eating in restaurants, but we don’t often grow them in our gardens. Let’s have a look at the most popular ones and see how to grow them. Bok Choy (Pak Choi). Bok choy is a non-heading cabbage. Although we are used to seeing pale stems chopped... 
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