DIY Spring Moss Wreath With Creamers

DIY Spring Moss Wreath With Creamers
This unique spring wreath is so refreshing and eye-catching that it will definitely change your outdoor space. The first thing is to glue the moss on the grapevine wreath using a hot glue gun. To create a more realistic look, tuck the corners of the moss in between some of the branches. After this is... 
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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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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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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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6 Creative Ways To Use Broken Pots In Your Garden

6 Creative Ways To Use Broken Pots In Your Garden
Do you have broken pots? Instead of throwing, recycle them. You’ve no idea that you can create amazing stuffs for your garden from them easily. We’ve some cool broken pot ideas. Spilled flower pot. Create an astonishing waterfall like appearance from flowers. Moreover you can develop it as a focal point of your garden to... 
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Stylish DIY Copper Leg Plant Stand

Stylish DIY Copper Leg Plant Stand
A plant stand isn’t only a decoration, it’s also a nice way to save your plants and pots from pets. To make this stylish copper one you’ll need 1/2″ diameter copper pipe (4 pieces 2′ long, 4 pieces 6″ long), 1/2″ 90° elbow joints (8 pieces), 1/2″ copper braces/straps (4 pieces), 8 small screws, 11″... 
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