DIY Botanical Crystal Resin And Clay Coasters

DIY Botanical Crystal Resin And Clay Coasters
These cute botanical coasters will be amazing for any home and will bring a cool spring spirit inside! Prepare pressed leaves, 350g block of white polymer clay, a crystal resin kit, a rolling pin, grease proof paper, glass / cup, a scalpel, a baking tray. Preheat the oven to the recommended temperature on the back... 
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How To Grow Carrots From Carrot Tops

How To Grow Carrots From Carrot Tops
Let’s grow carrot tops! One of the easiest plants for a young gardener to grow, carrot tops make pretty houseplants for a sunny window and their fern-like foliage is beautiful in an outdoor container garden. First off, a word of caution; when we say you can grow carrots from carrots, we mean the plant, not... 
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DIY 2 Minute Tree Bark Vase For Spring

DIY 2 Minute Tree Bark Vase For Spring
Spring is here, and nature-inspired crafts are more actual than ever. Today we’ll make a cool bark vase, prepare tree bark from your garden, rope or twine and a plastic bottle. Take any bark of any tree you prefer – light-colored or dark colored, old or fresh depending on the effect you want. The idea... 
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Easy And Comfy DIY Harvesting Basket

Easy And Comfy DIY Harvesting Basket
Celebrate nature’s bounty and make this easy DIY harvesting basket using pallet off cuts, chicken wire, a bicycle inner tube and some sisal rope. It’s just perfect for harvesting, washing and carrying fresh, home grown veggies. The supplies are 2  15 cm x 15 cm pallet off cuts (side pieces), 2  39 cm x 3... 
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DIY Mini Spring And Easter Bouquets

DIY Mini Spring And Easter Bouquets
These cute mini bouquets are cool for spring and especially for the coming Easter. You’ll need printable banners, toothpicks, glue, scissors, twine, tulips and baby’s breath flowers. Cut out printable banners and glue toothpick to the back. Trim the stems of the tulips so they are about 6″ long, keeping a few leaves attached for... 
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IKEA Hack: Easy DIY Bowl Planter

IKEA Hack: Easy DIY Bowl Planter
This planter is a cool IKEA hack. Love IKEA? Then go ahead reading! You’ll need IKEA 11″ glass bowl, IKEA  5″ wooden bowl, Gorilla glue and damp cloth. Before we begin, make sure to remove tags and wash your bowls clean. Now apply a generous amount of glue. Gorilla glue expands itself after application so... 
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DIY Easter Egg Flower Arrangement

DIY Easter Egg Flower Arrangement
This Easter flower arrangement is easy to make and will become a great centerpiece for this holiday. Prepare sparkly Easter egg picks x6, flowers of your choice, large styrofoam balls, dark green acrylic paint, a foam brush, small tin pail, ribbon, wire cutters, glue. Stick the Styrofoam ball into the tin pail. Use a knife... 
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15 Cool Baking Soda Uses In The Garden

15 Cool Baking Soda Uses In The Garden
Do you know you can use baking soda for plants? Here are 17 hacks on how to use baking soda in the garden that you will find useful. Houseplant cleaner. Remove dust to promote photosynthesis – apply the solution of water and sodium bicarbonate on the surface of leaves. Clean garden furniture. Add 1/2 cup... 
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DIY Floral Arrangement With Moss And Primroses

DIY Floral Arrangement With Moss And Primroses
This pretty bright flower arrangement will cheer up your home this spring. You’ll need a basket, potting soil, heavy plastic, moss filler and potted flowers. Soak the flowers pots in a tub of water for a while just to make sure they are well hydrated. Cut some primrose leaves to expose their texture and color.... 
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How To Care For Various Perennial Grasses

How To Care For Various Perennial Grasses
Different grasses have different needs. Some should be pruned, others need to be left alone, and then there’s a third type of perennial grass that falls in between. The first thing to do is to identify your particular grass’s needs and then just go ahead! To brush, simply take hold of a bunch of grass... 
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