Category: DIY home and garden craft projects

I can’t get enough of DIY garden craft projects and especially those that are inexpensive and involve repurposing items already in your yard. Come see what I have been up to! You can also see my DIY projects on Hometalk.

DIY Project ~ My Bicycle Planter

  For about a year, I have been admiring those bicycle planters on Pinterest and Hometalk and wanting to make one for our garden. Finding the bike was the hardest part! Then my friend, Renee’, bought a fancy new bike and gave her still usable one to another friend, Suzie. Long story made short: I

I can’t get enough of DIY garden craft projects and especially those that are inexpensive and involve repurposing items already in your yard. Come see what I have been up to! You can also see my DIY projects on Hometalk.

Garden Walk ~ July 1st.

      An unbelievable eleven inches of rain fell in June here in Delaware, and the resulting plant growth is amazing. Everything is lush and large and begging to get its picture taken. Ever accommodating, I run out in the early morning or just at dusk and attempt to catch the flowers at their

I can’t get enough of DIY garden craft projects and especially those that are inexpensive and involve repurposing items already in your yard. Come see what I have been up to! You can also see my DIY projects on Hometalk.

Happy 4th of July ~ Patriotic Potting Sink

  For our 1916 vintage potting sink, I decided the Fourth of July decorations should look aged as well. So I went for the tea stained look. At a local shop, Brickhouse Antiques, I found just what I was looking for: a Betsy Ross flag bunting , flags and banner! Their prices are so reasonable

I can’t get enough of DIY garden craft projects and especially those that are inexpensive and involve repurposing items already in your yard. Come see what I have been up to! You can also see my DIY projects on Hometalk.

I can’t get enough of DIY garden craft projects and especially those that are inexpensive and involve repurposing items already in your yard. Come see what I have been up to! You can also see my DIY projects on Hometalk.

I can’t get enough of DIY garden craft projects and especially those that are inexpensive and involve repurposing items already in your yard. Come see what I have been up to! You can also see my DIY projects on Hometalk.

I can’t get enough of DIY garden craft projects and especially those that are inexpensive and involve repurposing items already in your yard. Come see what I have been up to! You can also see my DIY projects on Hometalk.

DIY Project ~ Country Flower Basket

For the last arrangement in TheDCH Floral Workshop series, “The Nose Knows” was the theme. A country basket filled with free form meadow wildflowers, garden cuttings and fragrant florist flowers was created by instructor Brenda Tunis. Incorporating scent into your flower arranging was the focus. Brenda had clipped samples from her own yard for us

I can’t get enough of DIY garden craft projects and especially those that are inexpensive and involve repurposing items already in your yard. Come see what I have been up to! You can also see my DIY projects on Hometalk.

DIY Project ~ Blooming Topiary

    At a recent workshop, TheDCH floral instructor, Brenda Tunis, led us through the steps of creating a beautiful blooming topiary. This is an easy, but quite striking floral arrangement perfect for your dining or picnic table. For this arrangement we used the following materials: a clay pot & saucer with a plastic insert

I can’t get enough of DIY garden craft projects and especially those that are inexpensive and involve repurposing items already in your yard. Come see what I have been up to! You can also see my DIY projects on Hometalk.

I can’t get enough of DIY garden craft projects and especially those that are inexpensive and involve repurposing items already in your yard. Come see what I have been up to! You can also see my DIY projects on Hometalk.

DIY Project ~ Mother’s Day Fairy Garden

    Just in time for a Mother’s Day project, I found a cracked birdbath sitting in a neighbor’s curbside trash. I have been saving little bits of things to make some fairy gardens and this just plopped into my lap (actually the front passenger seat of my car). Although it looks more extensive, this

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