DIY Industrial Tiki Torch For Any Modern Backyard

DIY Industrial Tiki Torch For Any Modern Backyard
It’s so gorgeous outside that I want to stay there all day and night long. If you too, then just make your outdoor spaces comfy to stay. Plant beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers, choose cool furniture, make a cozy fire pit, a pool and maybe a couple of citronella candles and tiki torches. Tiki torches... 
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Easy DIY Plant Stand With Hairpin Legs

Easy DIY Plant Stand With Hairpin Legs
Today we are going to spoil you with one more awesome plant stand, it’s very easy to make and very trendy because hairpin legs are among top trends in décor now. First, gather the materials: a wooden round, 6 inch hairpin legs, and a drill and screws. Using a marker, mark the holes on the... 
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12 DIY Citronella Candles To Keep Insects Away

12 DIY Citronella Candles To Keep Insects Away
Spending time outdoors is so adorable now, I just can’t stay indoors! Sunlight, fresh air, the only problem may be insects flying around. Citronella essential oil is famous for keeping insects away, and the cool idea is to make some cute candles that you can light up in your garden or backyard. Such candles will... 
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Simple DIY Plywood Plant Stand On Wheels

Simple DIY Plywood Plant Stand On Wheels
Plant stands prevent out pets from spoiling the houseplants, and can also accentuate the space. the supplies are scrap wood, a jigsaw, a plate/pencil, clamps, wood glue, casters/screws, a drill, a sanding pad and stain/poly. Use a dinner plate and drawing a circle around the plate onto the wood. Stack the circles on top of... 
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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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How And When To Feed Camellias Successfully

How And When To Feed Camellias Successfully
Camellias are popular and beautiful flowers but as all the plants, they need fertilizing. Make sure the soil is moist because you never want to fertilize a dry plant because it could stress it out. Dig a trench around the perimeter of the plant about 1/4 of the way in from the drip line. Make... 
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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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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 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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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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