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a person with yellow rain boots and pink flowers on top of a blue table in a kitchen
862K views · 16K reactions | Using a yellow rain boot to bring joy to any Home | Using a yellow rain boot to bring joy to any Home This is a simple DIY Spring craft using fresh flowers, a plunger and twinkle lights. | By The Gooch | Let's do this. Put your rainboot right over the top. Take your yellow spray paint and just spray paint the entire boot. Okay. Pour the water right down into the boot. Fill it up. Make sure you have a waterproof boot. Take your plunger. Stick the plunger right down into the boot. Now what we're going to do is we're going to take our greenery filler. These are broken off a little bit. So I'm just going to cut them. Place the greenery filler right into the boot. Cuz we want to have a base to fill this up. I forgot to do this first so I've made this base for the boot. So I'm going to take the boot and put it right on top. Look at that. It looks like a puddle. You do not have to be a florist to do this. Although florists do beautiful work. I like to experiment and be creative on my own. This is just filler. Filler flowers. These aren't the main flowers. I cannot wait for you to see the main flowers. Before I put on the twinkle lights. I've gotta use the E 6000. You want to do this earlier. I should have done this earlier but I didn't like you know. I don't mind admitting my mistakes. Now, I'm going to take my twinkle lights and I'm going to use hot glue. See, I've got my twinkle lights undone here. Let's find the battery pack. Set the battery pack at the end. Leave yourself a little bit of space and we're just going to hot glue this all the way around. It's okay. This is going to dry pretty clear. So just blow on it and let it dry. Okay now here's something I bet you didn't know. So after I get this last one down. So that one glued into place and then this one here. Now take your scissors and then just cut off the light. So I've got all this extra twinkle light. Yes I probably wasted but I don't have enough space to wrap it all the way around. I know I'm probably going to hear from you about this but I'm using roses as filler. Why? Because these are very delicate. They're hardly able to hold up already. So, I want to sandwich them in between the greenery because I got beautiful big flowers to use as the main attraction and they remind me of my childhood and I'm going to tell you why. So, get these filler roses in. It was only $9, $8.99 for the dozen. I got a deal. So, let's get these in and then move on to the big time. I will say for the money these smell really good. So, I'm happy about that. Now, let's move on to the feature flowers. Okay, I don't want you to see yet what flowers these are. I'm just going to cut off the ends at an angle. They say you should use a knife instead of scissors. I don't know if I believe that or not. This kind of works good for me. Okay, so here's why these have childhood memory. These are peonies and Mona Mahoney lived up the street from me and she had these in her yard and they were always covered in ants. So, these are one of the feature flowers. I have one more to show you. So these will probably open up in a day or so. So let's put these in. Put this right there. This is going to make sense in a second. I'm almost to there. Look at that. Look how beautiful. These are when this opens up. Use your imagination. When this opens up this is going to be so full. Okay I'm going to take that off. Put this right down into the water. Okay. Let's do it right here in the back. Just realized I forgot to put in the flower food. What do you put in your flowers to get them to last longer? Is it flower food? Is it pennies? Is it sugar water? Okay, look at these. These hydrangeas are going to fill this up beautifully. So, I'm going to just mirror them. So, I want that one on this side, this one on this side, and then I'm going to put this smaller one right here in the front. So, let's tuck it in right next to the stick but between these two roses. Oh wow those roses. They smell so good. Everything smells great. Okay. That's perfect for the final touch. Take off the head of the plunger. And look what I'm going to add now. These umbrellas. Look how amazing this is with the umbrellas, the roses, the hydrangeas, the peonies. I've got my lights. Let's turn on the lights. Three Two, I'm going to tuck this behind and look at that. It's like raindrops in the rain punnel. I love it. Oh my gosh. If I can do this, you can do this. Be sure to check the comments. I'll post a picture with it at night. Amazing. Yes!
862K views · 16K reactions | Using a yellow rain boot to bring joy to any Home | Using a yellow rain boot to bring joy to any Home This is a simple DIY Spring craft using fresh flowers, a plunger and twinkle lights. | By The Gooch | Let's do this. Put your rainboot right over the top. Take your yellow spray paint and just spray paint the entire boot. Okay. Pour the water right down into the boot. Fill it up. Make sure you have a waterproof boot. Take your plunger. Stick the plunger right down into the boot. Now what we're going to do is we're going to take our greenery filler. These are broken off a little bit. So I'm just going to cut them. Place the greenery filler right into the boot. Cuz we want to have a base to fill this up. I forgot to do this first so I've made this base for the b
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