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welcome spring time to change the window boxes, gardening, seasonal holiday d cor, close up of the galvanized watering can accents

~~Pompon Dahlia by Roberto Alamino~~

Dahlia Greeting Card for Sale by Roberto Alamino

Add some serious texture to your wall art collection with these beginner-friendly DIY wall hangings. We show you the basic techniques needed for you to put your own spin on your very own piece of art!  <strong>Kit Includes:</strong> •  Pre-Cut Cotton Twine •  Wood Dowels •  Fabric Dye Powder  Check out the full tutorial <a href="http://www.brit.co/diy-dip-dyed-wall-hanging">HERE</a> for detailed step-by-step instructions.  Makes one wall hanging.

Add some serious texture to your wall art collection with these beginner-friendly DIY wall hangings. We show you the basic techniques needed for you to put your own spin on your very own piece of art! <strong>Kit Includes:</strong> • Pre-Cut Cotton Twine • Wood Dowels • Fabric Dye Powder Check out the full tutorial <a href="http://www.brit.co/diy-dip-dyed-wall-hanging">HERE</a> for detailed step-by-step instructions. Makes one wall hanging.

Growing up in the '70s, our house was filled with macramé plant hangers.  I  noticed a resurgence of these--even Anthropologie has made their  contribution.  So I decided to combine my new-found love for the succulent terrarium with  the plant hanger.  But,  I must admit, I was not on board for learning a  new craft.  Hence, the Knitted Terrarium Hanger.  I used inexpensive, natural cooking  twine.  I don't have an exact yardage, but I probably only used about  one-third of the cone on size…

Knitted Terrarium Hanger

Growing up in the '70s, our house was filled with macramé plant hangers. I noticed a resurgence of these--even Anthropologie has made their contribution. So I decided to combine my new-found love for the succulent terrarium with the plant hanger. But, I must admit, I was not on board for learning a new craft. Hence, the Knitted Terrarium Hanger. I used inexpensive, natural cooking twine. I don't have an exact yardage, but I probably only used about one-third of the cone on size…

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