- Flower pot (I got mine from ikea)
- Paint brush
- Black marker
- Black & white paint
A FiberArtsy.com tutorialDo you love plants and flowers? Do you have a house full of houseplants like I do? They sort of multiply around here …I really need to thin the herd and get rid of some of these houseplants. In the meantime, I’ve been busy making some simple macrame plant hangers to get the plants off the floor. Don’t let the word ‘macrame’ scare you. These are not the macrame plant hangers from the ’70s. Those were way too involved! No, these are a super easy, quick (and cheap) way to make your own DIY Plant Hanger.See full step by step instructions at FiberArtsy.com - link below
Entertaining season is here friends! Time to gather around the dinner table with family and friends and early autumn is the ideal time to plan a relaxed gathering under the stars. And for all my ladies that prefer a softer and neutral autumn color palette, I got you covered. This romantic and inviting fall table is simple yet bursting with lots of charm. Today, I am excited to share that this Soft tone Fall Farmhouse table has been featured on the Romantic Homes website. I invite you to visit their beautiful website to read the full article and to enjoy all the pretty content that they share.Try these simple decorating tips to create your own inviting and romantic fall farmhouse table.
Since Spring is right around the corner, I decided to let my girls get creative and paint some flower pots. My oldest daughter wanted to get a little more creative than the others and make a Minion Flower Pot. She knew that since all of her little sisters loved the Minion Movies that this would be a perfect addition to our garden area.
This year I wanted to add a little color to my flower pots. There are lots of colorful flower pots out there to buy, but I thought it would cheaper and more fun to make them on my own. So I did! I picked some fabric that coordinated with my patio furniture, bought some spray paint and pots and went to work on my colorful update!
An apartment without plants is unimaginable for me but even as a child I realized early that I dont have the green thumb. Amazingly, there are many plants that enjoy first drying up regularly followed by having their own small lakes in the pot in which they can swim until the roots rot away. Despite my bad habit, it grows and prospers in my apartment and as a result (and because there are so many pretty cheap pots to buy at flea markets) I have a pretty impressive collection of flower pots.
But since I only have limited storage space, I reckoned that my solution could possibly be not to buy new pots but instead to sew covers for my pots out of sweaters that I can change any time depending on the colors of the plant, season and interior design.
Have y'all seen these modern/mid century plant stands? West Elm has inspired millions and I'm here to grind out an easy, fool proof tutorial that anyone can do. Did you see what I said there? Anyone can do. So gear up and make this plant stand with me.
We have all learned what shiplap is since Fixer Upper, and no farmhouse style home is complete with out some shiplap somewhere, is it? I didn't want to add a whole wall to my house, so I decided to look toward home accessories and see if I could get the same look!
Turn an old window and some tin cans into a gorgeous herb garden for your backyard. Not only does the upcycled window herb planter looks fantastic in my little garden but it's really practical, as I now have my own little herb garden. The herbs are in portable upcycled tin can planters, that can be easily taken into the kitchen when needed. I decided to use old tin cans as planters as I had lot of success with the colourful tin can planter (click here to see) I made last year. />
Often, I'll see something in a store that I know I can make using things from the dollar store. That was the case with these planters. I made three of these at the same time, because I like to display things in threes, but that's just me. Even one of these planters makes a lovely accent piece, or you could make several to give as gifts.
I have seen a lot of solutions for what to do with those pesky plastic shopping bags that can be useful but difficult to store. My girlfriend showed me a solution that has revolutionized my life... So I can't take credit for it. However, it has changed the way I think about those plastic bags and how to store them so they are more usable.There are a plethora of uses for these bags... But here is my solution to storing them and a couple of ideas of how I use them