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Sola Sunflower Wreath Tutorial

Follow along as we show you how to make a sola sunflower hoop wreath. Sola wood flowers are so easy to work with- you can dye them any custom color, and use them in any type of flower arrangement. We also use preserved lemon leaf salal in this tutorial, and dried winged everlasting or ammobium

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Peony & Rose Centerpiece

Here is a step-by-step tutorial showing you how fast and easy it is to create a beautiful sola flower and willow eucalyptus arrangement. You can follow along with these pictures, or watch the video at the bottom of this post. Here are the materials you will need to create this centerpiece: Box to display centerpiece

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How to Paint Sola Hydrangea Flowers

Hydrangeas are one of my very favorite flowers. I just love the big balls of blossoms all over the bush. And they grow in many different vibrant colors from white to pink to deep blue and purple. I wish they grew well here in Utah, but sadly I’ve never had great success because they like

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DIY Sola Wood Flower Bouquet Tutorial | How To Dye Sola Wood Flowers

Sola wood flowers are individually hand made with extreme attention to details. But because they are made out of tapioca root (sola), they are naturally all white. This tutorial shows how easy it is to start with plain white sola dahlias, carnations, and roses, and turn them into a custom color bouquet using only a

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Gourd Fairy Houses

Homemade Fairy Homes I was scrolling through Pinterest today and I happened to scroll past these absolutely adorable DIY fairy homes on A Little Fur in the Paint Blogspot! Being a lover of all things fairy, I just had to know how she had made them. To my surprise, they’re made from gourds! I couldn’t

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Dried Orange Wreath

Dried Orange Wreath   I saw this idea on Sparklelivingblog.com. She used this wreath as a way to brighten up her house after the holidays were over and cleaned up. But this wreath would be beautiful at ANY time of year! This would be beautiful on your front door, along a staircase, mantle, or hang in

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DIY Magnets

Homemade Magnets I stumbled upon this craft idea on www.thepaintedhinge.com. A simple, yet fun craft that you can do with the kids or grand-kids this summer when they come crying to you with the typical “i’m bored” summer complaint. Making your own magnets is a great way to add individuality to your refrigerator door. Each persons

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DIY Wheat Tea Lights

DIY Wheat Tea Lights A lot of our customers order our dried flowers for the purpose of weddings. Whether their own wedding or for a friend or family member, wedding flowers can be an expensive portion of the budget. So it’s no wonder that many people now are turning to making their own bouquets, boutonnieres,

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DIY Lavender Wreath

Homemade Lavender Wreath Hello, Crafters! Today’s post was inspired by a customer of ours that called into our warehouse asking and wondering if we could tell her how to make a wreath out of lavender. She explained that she loves making her own wreaths at home and has made some different wreaths in the past.

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DIY Sea Shell Mirror

Sea Shell Mirror Maybe you live close to the beach. Maybe not. Maybe you spend your free time daydreaming about being somewhere warm with your toes in the water and sand.  Whether for your beach house in Malibu or simply your everyday home as a reminder – turning an ordinary boring mirror into a mermaids

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Dried Flower Swag

Dried Flower Rack Sprucing up your home? Wanting to add some color to your office? This is a great, and easy way to use dried flowers in your decor. This project doesn’t require that you have a crafty touch, its as simple as hanging the flowers up!   Making your own flower swag is not

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DIY Eucalyptus Wreath

Eucalyptus Wreath Spring is here and if you look out your window, you’ll probably notice the greenery around you coming back to life! Your Easter decorations are down but it’s still a little too early to break out your summer or Fourth of July decor. You need something that shouts Spring! We love the idea