Tiered Succulents Planter

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.

Tiered Succulents Planter

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Salt Dough Robin’s Eggs

While switching out her Valentine’s décor for spring, Emily from life{illustrated} decided she needed some eggs to complete her vignette. Right away. Out came the flour, salt, water, and food coloring, and Emily whipped up a batch a pretty blue robin’s eggs lickety split! Emily’s eggs look so much more natural to me than their rather plasticy counterpart.

salt dough robin's eggs

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Weathered Terracotta Bottle

Shari from Turnstyle Vogue stumbled across an aged terracotta jar that she knew she could replicate. Shari is so good that she didn’t even spend a penny to do it! Using various shades of chalk paint and her own concoction of wood glue and wood filler, Shari created the rich texture and beautiful patina. You […Read More]

Spring Flower Wreath

Even a recent snow day couldn’t deter Katie at Creatively Living from trading out her winter wreath for one with pretty spring blossoms. Katie adorned her grapevine wreath with moss, blooming branches, and a little nest and eggs. Many of her materials were found at dollar store and the thrift store, making the grand total […Read More]

Halloween Skull Vase Filler

Halloween is only a week away, but you’ve still got time to add a little horror to your décor. Kristin from Homespun With Love created her own spooky vase filler using a bag of mini skulls from Michael’s. Kristin had all the other supplies on hand, so this only cost her a big ol’ two […Read More]

Moss Monogram

Amanda from Be Sweet created a moss monogram for her front door.  I think the natural green of the moss looks awesome against her brick red door.  This is a great alternative to a traditional door wreath. Her original inspiration came from Pottery Barn’s Live Moss Letters which retail for $78 a piece. Go visit […Read More]