Get the flowers long before April even has a chance to shower. To get started on this craft project perfect for brunches, baby showers, spring themed get togethers or just because, pick a few of your favorite blooms. Then, find some twine and tie a double knot at the end of each stem and repeat fastening the other flowers. Once you have about six finished strands, knot them to a twig or branch. Finally, hang and enjoy! Click through to find even more homegrown inspiration!
40 DIY Home Decor Ideas That Aren't Just For Christmas
n a preschool outdoor environment we can provide an array of loose parts for use in play: stones, stumps, sand, gravel, fabric, twigs, wood, pallets, balls, buckets, baskets, crates, boxes, logs, rope, tyres, shells and seedpods.
Celebrate nature's beauty with a wreath of pinecones on an 18-inch twig base. Wrap a 9-inch length of 22- or 24-gauge florist's wire around the top of the base to create a hanger; loop a 3-inch length of wire through the 9-inch length; twist ends together. With a glue gun, attach the pinecones (we used about 120), starting with the inside. Repeat on the outside of the base, then the front. (Photo: Photo: ; Stylist: ; Designer:)
I completed this custom rustic twig wreath with faux greens, dark red pip berries and rusty bells. This is a very pretty wreath that I am sure you will look forward to displaying year after year. This wreath is a Prim by Nature design and will not be repeated this season. | eBay!