Stylish DIY Ikebana Arrangement For Beginners

Stylish DIY Ikebana Arrangement For Beginners
Flowers have a way of brightening up a space. And each flower is so intricate that it hardly needs a full bouquet to bring out its beauty. Often, minimalist arrangements are the best way to showcase the beauty of individual flowers. One method of minimalist arranging, ikebana, uses flowers to create and preserve space. There... 
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Easy DIY Plant Stand Bench To Make

Easy DIY Plant Stand Bench To Make
A plant stand is a must if you have pets or small children, let’s make this simple one. The supplies are 4 –  2X4s, 8 –  4.5″ screws, 6 –  1.5″ screws, 12 GRK 3 1/3″ screws, a sander, a miter saw, a table saw, a power drill, a level, tape measure. First, figure out... 
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DIY Moss Topiaries For Spring And Easter Decor

DIY Moss Topiaries For Spring And Easter Decor
These moss topiaries will be great decorations for Easter or just spring. You’ll need moss balls, straight sticks (make sure they are substantial enough so that they don’t bend or break), containers of your choosing, wine corks, pebbles. Carefully insert the larger stick inside the moss ball. You want to be sure to do this... 
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DIY Concrete And Wood Planter Stand

DIY Concrete And Wood Planter Stand
This concrete planter stand is chic and you can easily make it! Prepare quick drying concrete, a 1.75L paper juice carton, a pint sized paper carton, a sacrificial mixing bowl & spoon, scissors, duct tape, sand paper, 5/8″ thick square wood dowel, a hand saw, a connector plate + screws, 4 angle brackets + screws,... 
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11 Practical And Cool-Looking DIY Rain Chains

11 Practical And Cool-Looking DIY Rain Chains
It’s winter now and in some places it’s rather rainy, so making a cool rain chain is a good idea. A rain chain is not only a functional piece that helps you to direct rain water where you need and use it for watering or just take it away from a certain place. A rain... 
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DIY Wooden Hose Holder For The Garden

DIY Wooden Hose Holder For The Garden
I guess everyone has hose in the garden, so this holder will be right on position for you. You will start with a 4x4x8′ pine board, then cut it in half. Glue two pieces of wood to it: a 5.5’ one and a 3.5’one. now just drill a hole for the wood finial and screw... 
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How To Treat Winter Damage On Yews

How To Treat Winter Damage On Yews
Winter’s chill can harm many types of trees, including yews. Contrary to what you might think, winter injury to yews doesn’t generally follow an extremely cold winter. This winter injury occurs after extreme temperature fluctuations rather than prolonged cold weather. Browning of yews may be caused by many other factors as well. Yew winter damage... 
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DIY Mid-Century Modern Plant Stand Of Wood

DIY Mid-Century Modern Plant Stand Of Wood
We’ve already told you of plant stands, and today I’d like to continue the topic with this tutorial from diys.com. The supplies are a wooden frame, small tapered wood pieces, E600 glue. Grab your frame and remove the glass front and the back. Place it on your table so it is face down. Add a... 
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How To Save Or Roast Pumpkin Seeds

How To Save Or Roast Pumpkin Seeds
Don’t toss the seeds when you’re carving pumpkins. Save them for planting next spring, or roast them for a tasty snack. If you’re picking a pumpkin from your garden, wait to harvest until the pumpkin is deep orange, makes a hollow ‘thunk’ sound when tapped, and the stem has turned completely yellow. This will ensure... 
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