Industrial Tiered Tabletop Succulent Garden

Originally inspired by Skip to my Lou’s cupcake stand, I took the project in a different direction to make a tabletop succulent garden. Succulents are probably the easiest plant to keep alive.  So for those of you who have a black thumb this project is for you.  Succulents are pretty hard to kill.  I love the greenery paired with the industrial metal tubes and end caps used in this project.  All these items can be found at Lowes.

tabletop terranium succulent garden

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Drop Cloth and Cement Planters

*This post is sponsored by EcoScraps. You can make the coolest textured pots out of concrete and drop cloth fabric from Lowes.  They are really easy, but super messy to make.  The sizes and possibilities are only limited by the containers you have.  I love the juxtaposition of the bright flowers with the rough texture {…Read More…}





5 Ways to Repurpose a Drawer

Those lonely drawers without a dresser that you spot at curbside trash piles and garage sales? Don’t pass them by! Drawers are actually super easy to repurpose and there’s a lot that you can do with all or part of a drawer. Drawer fronts typically have some type of beveled or raised edge, which adds way more character to a project than a regular board. And drawer boxes are exactly that–a ready made box! Check out some of the neat ways you can transform old drawers with these 5 Ways to Repurpose a Drawer.

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5 Ways to Marble Home Decor

I did a little looking and found some fantastic home decor ideas you can make yourself using techniques similar to the one I used to make my marbled picture mats. Colorful marble textures are definitely the next big trend, so I recommend trying out one of these quick and easy projects. Enjoy!

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