Delia of Delia Creates shares a tutorial for making a darling greenery-covered basket for Easter. And this project is SIMPLE too, Folks! Delia purchased some spring stems from Michael’s and then used hot glue to attach them to the bottom portion of the basket. Delia says, “A quick easy project, with big impact. I love […Read More]
Lucy from Craftberry Bush loves succulents and wanted to create a terrarium to house some of her own. Lucy created her planter by gluing glasses in between white ceramic bowls from the dollar store. I like how the rocks and moss add variety in both color and texture. This planter would be an eye-catcher in the house or outdoors.
I really love the simple, natural look of boxwood. It makes for a beautiful topiary and also garlands and wreath at Christmas time. Stephanie Lynn from Under the Table and Dreaming created her own mini boxwood wreaths to add to her Christmas décor. Stephanie Lynn simply used floral wire to add pieces of boxwood to […Read More]
Kim from Savvy Southern Style got a cute Christmas copycat idea from the front cover of Ballard’s November catalog that pictured boots filled with Christmas goodies. Kim already had her riding boots on display in her sitting room, so all she had to do was set them atop a stack of books and then add […Read More]
Maven from DIY Maven created her own faux potted plants complete with faux dirt and all! To make her dirt she simply mixed some sawdust with black paint. She then glued some styrofoam into the bottom of a small terra cotta saucer and added her artificial stems. After mixing her faux dirt with some glue, […Read More]
Tracie from Cleverly Inspired created this elegant planter for only $4 from a basic terra cotta pot, acrylic paint, and a foam brush. She layered three colors of paint to create an aged look and add dimension. Tracie was inspired by the Smith & Hawkin Round Planter in Copper from Target. Go to Cleverly Inspired […Read More]