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DIY Gold Leaf Fence Planter Box

It’s time for original planters! To amek one you’ll need a picket fence planter box, white craft paint, painter’s tape, Krylon spray adhesive, gold leaf, Mod Podge Outdoor Formula, a paint brush, terra cotta pots, saucers & plants. Paint the picket fence planter box white on the inside and out first.  Once your fence... More

DIY Concrete Honey Bear Vase

Need a cute and fun vase? We’ve got a brilliant idea for you! You’ll need 3 cups of Quikrete 5000 Concrete, 1 honey bear bottle, one 3/4 inch wide by 12 inch high piece of PVC pipe, water, duct tape, shovel/stick to mix the concrete, a large container, pliers, wire cutters, and blade to peel off plastic. Cut the top off the... More

Stylish DIY Indigo Painted Plates

Indigo is such a beautiful color! It’s amazing for making accents, so why not give your kitchen an indigo touch? Take a couple of ovenproof plates, preferably white, Pebeo 150 Porcelain China Paint and Pebeo 150 Porcelain paint thinner, paintbrushes. Give your plate a nice wash and dry to remove any dirt. Prepare you paint by... More

DIY Macrame Hanging Pot

Macrame are great for hanging planters and if you hesitate if they look cute – they really do! To make one, you’ll need zpagetti, a broken wine glass, a piece of copper pipe, scissors, something to plant it with. Cut 2 pieces 1,5 m off the zpagetti ball. Fold the pieces into half and make a square knot. This will leave you... More

DIY Graphic Stenciled Flower Pot

Decorating flower pots is easy, and today we’ll make a romantic flower pot using stencils. You’ll need a flowerpot and a saucer, paint and a brush, paper towels, printable graphic, tissue paper, tape, scissors, Mod Podge, a clear spray sealer. Put a small amount of paint on the paintbrush, and dab the brush on paper towels... More

How To Dye An Air Plant Holder With Kool Aid

Kool Aid kit is ideal for dying anything, and today we’ll dye an air plant holder using it. Mix your Kool Aid and water together and allow cup to sit in the liquid for about 1-2 minutes. You can hold the cup in place, or, if you choose to live on the edge, let the cup float and have the color hit where it may. The base will... More

DIY Concrete Herb Garden To Make

Everybody loves greenery! Making home gardens is a hot trend at any season, and this kind of small but very stylish industrial garden will decorate any modern space, it’s suitable for minimalist and masculine interiors. These planters of concrete can be bought or made yourself, then you just need to add rope or twine handles.... More

8 Amazing DIY Dipped Mugs And Cups

Continuing the theme of dipping I’d like to tell you how to dip mugs and cups to make them prettier. It’s a very easy way to decorate anything using this method, and cups are no exception. Just take the paints that you like and some masking tape – and start creating! You can easily make various patterns attaching masking... More

13 DIY Dipped Utensil Projects For Cheerful Cooking and Meals

Got some boring utensils? Let’s make them colorful and cheerful! The easiest idea ever is just dipping them into paint and letting dry. You can choose different shades to make your cooking more cheerful – or maybe your meals, parties and picnics; dipping is not necessarily dipping into paint but also nail polish, for... More

12 Cheerful DIY Painted And Dipped Planters To Make

We continue the series of painted things to make as it’s a cool and easy way of décor suitable for anybody including kids. Today it’s all about planters! As always for such a project you’ll need any planter, jar, pot or glass that you like, paint and a paintbrush or just spray paint you like. Instead of paint you can... More