How To Grow Bromeliads On Driftwood Or A Branch

How To Grow Bromeliads On Driftwood Or A Branch
This beautiful combo is bromeliads growing on a driftwood, you can easily create one yourself. Prepare a piece of driftwood, a branch or a log, a bromeliad (or bromeliads), coco fiber, a growing medium, fishing line (or wire). Cut a rectangle shape out of the coco fiber and fold it into a pocket shape. Wire... 
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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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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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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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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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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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8 Cute DIY Floral Arrangements For Valentine’s Day

8 Cute DIY Floral Arrangements For Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is still far but I already feel love in the air! If you feel it too and want to get ready for it properly, then you can find some cool DIYs to decorate your home, and florals are indispensable on such a holiday. I’ve gathered a bunch of cool DIY floral arrangements for... 
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DIY Mini Floral Arrangements For Fall And Thanksgiving

DIY Mini Floral Arrangements For Fall And Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is coming, and it’s time to prepare some decorations. To make these little floral arrangements you’ll need grocery store blooms, a block of floral foam, a sharp knife, small favor boxes or cups, plastic snack baggies and scissors. Lay everything out on a flat work surface, and begin by cutting your foam into small... 
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DIY Dutch Floral Arrangement In Fall Colors

DIY Dutch Floral Arrangement In Fall Colors
This perfect Dutch flower arrangement reminds of the masterpieces of the best Dutch painters. To make it you’ll need a vase of your choice, floral frog or oasis foam, clippers, Camellia leaves, Mint, Ranunculus, Tulips, Bleeding hearts, Snow Drops, Clematis, Daffodils, Muscari. Place the floral frog in your vase of choice and add water to... 
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DIY Rustic Floral Arrangement In A Wooden Basket

DIY Rustic Floral Arrangement In A Wooden Basket
This beautiful flower arrangement is very easy to make! Prepare alstroemeria, pink or mini-carnation, freesia and foliage. Choose a proper basket and put a glass container or a vase inside. Start arranging the foliage as it is the basis for the flowers. Take care to cut the stems so that they reach the water and... 
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