Beautiful Vase / January 24, 2019 / Yareli Hardy.
Supplies: Tall glass vase (if you do not already have one, thrift stores sell all different sizes and shapes for just pennies) , 1 Package of Gel Decorations, AKA Gel Clings Green pine trees. If using a few vases, I would recommend trying different patterns with your gel clings for more visual interest. 1 Package of Blanket Snow, bright white , 1 Package of Snow Flurries , Small pine cones
With hydroponic gardening becoming so popular, you can now take part in this hobby from within your home. Growing plant rooters from your favorite summer plants is a surefire way to add some color to your home decor. With only a few simple supplies you can easily have a never ending supply of fresh herbs hanging right in your kitchen window. Just imagine how fresh herbs can jazz up your winter soups and stews.
The best thing about growing your own plant rooters in water is that you will not be bothered by bugs, pests, no dirt, no mess and best of all you don't have to remember to feed them. The only maintenance you need is to check the water level once a month, and top up if necessary. It's virtually impossible to mess up. The water should be changed once a year, along with trimming the roots to keep your plant healthy and happy.
Cloisonne enamel vases are some of the most beautiful vases in the world. In this article we are going to discuss how you can use cloisonne enamel vases in home decor. There are plenty of ways to use these vases to make your home look more beautiful. Due to the specific design of these vases, they can be used in a variety of ways to brighten up certain sections of your home. We are going to specifically focus on three different sections: your kitchen, your living room and dining room and your home office.
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