DIY Jalapeno Pepper Suncatcher Decoration

DIY Jalapeno Pepper Suncatcher Decoration
Suncatchers are great for indoor and outdoor decor, let’s make this fun one. The supplies are peppers;  here the variety totaled 19, beads; lightweight & plastic with a lot of shimmer, needle & thread; a medium sized needle which easily went through the stem but didn’t split it. Double thread the needle to a length... 
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DIY Christmas Birdhouse For Porch And Garden Decor

DIY Christmas Birdhouse For Porch And Garden Decor
Remember of birdhouses that we’ve told about? Here’s one more but this time it’s a decoration for your garden or porch. The supplies are a birdhouse, a bird, succulent cuttings, sheet moss, broken into clumps, seeded eucalyptus, glittered, pinecones, acorns & liquid amber pods, a variety of glitter, vintage snow, diamond dust & iridescent jewels.... 
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DIY Moss Covered Number Decoration To Make

DIY Moss Covered Number Decoration To Make
These numbers can work great as table numbers or just decorations for any type of holiday. The supplies are large pieces of natural moss, hot glue, a large foam board, scissors, a pencil, an Xacto knife, thick ribbon. First thing you will need to do is draw up your large number one. Cut the outline... 
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The Easiest DIY Bird Feeder Of Orange Peels

The Easiest DIY Bird Feeder Of Orange Peels
Remember we’ve told you of cool DIY bird feeders? Here’s one more idea – the easiest and the coolest bird feeder ever! You’ll need orange peel, halves, twine, scissors, a hole puncher, seeds, nuts, peanuts. Clean the orange peel halves with a clean cloth and remove white pith as much as possible. Thick orange peel... 
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How To Make A Fresh Wreath For Free

How To Make A Fresh Wreath For Free
Need a cool fresh wreath? Look into your garden, pick some greenery, and it won’t cost you a penny. The great thing about creating something from nature is you can keep adding or taking and you don’t need to worry you spent money for nothing because the items you’re using haven’t cost you a thing.... 
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29 Cozy And Inviting Winter Porch Décor Ideas

29 Cozy And Inviting Winter Porch Décor Ideas
Winter isn’t a bad season, and you can make every day full of joy just putting right things and decorations around you! Make coming home even more inviting with beautiful winter-styled porch décor. Use sticks and fir branches, holiday lights, pinecones and even Christmas ornaments to create an ambience and remind yourself that Christmas is... 
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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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Gorgeous DIY Fresh Flower Chandelier For Party Decor

Gorgeous DIY Fresh Flower Chandelier For Party Decor
This gorgeous fresh flower chandelier will make a statement at your next party, or maybe on your big day. Prepare a hoola hoop, green paint for the hoola hoop, a wire hoop with 30cm diameter, fishing line, green washi tape or florist tape, green florist wire, scissors and lengths of fresh jasmine vine; lots of... 
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How To Dry Or Cure Gourds For Fall Decor

How To Dry Or Cure Gourds For Fall Decor
Gourds. For thousands of years, gourds have been grown and used by many cultures as useful tools and utensils. Today we mostly think of gourds as decorations and whimsical birdhouses or containers. Let’ find out how to harvest and dry gourds right. Whatever type of gourd you are growing, it is ready for harvesting when... 
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3 Tricks To Make Your Potted Plants Look Extra Stylish

3 Tricks To Make Your Potted Plants Look Extra Stylish
A potted plant may be attractive on its own, but nestled in a bed of polished river rocks or surrounded by tiny succulents and it becomes sleek and sophisticated. Landscape designers call this treatment ‘top-dressing’—essentially covering the exposed soil in a container with bark mulch, gravel, moss, or sand. Here are some simple ways to... 
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