Moss gardens are a unique and easy houseplant. Moss is such a cool plant that many of us are not too familiar with. Making a moss garden lets you connect with nature and express your creativity while designing your garden with fun extras like shells and sea glass.
Happy Friday everyone! I hope you all had a fabulous week! I am so excited about this weeks prize because it is something I recently got for myself and LOVE! This week I have a set of these Zebra Zensations Colored Pencils for one lucky crafter!!
Experience smooth, rich, vibrant color. The triangular barrel provides control while coloring or sketching and won’t fall off your desk. The 2.0 mm lead is durable and long lasting. Brilliant colors blend easily and can be used for shading and color mixtures. Never needs sharpening. No need to discard the barrel, just the lead. Colors include: greens, pinks, purples, blues, neutrals, and more.
Every Friday we’ll post a giveaway on Think Crafts and all you have to do is comment on the blog post answering the question of the week. We’ll pick the winners and contact them via email. Deadline is midnight tonight and the winner will be announced Monday. One entry per person please.
Question of the week: What’s the most useful item you’ve purchased this year?
These striped and plaid tie die t-shirt are a nice change from the psychedelic tie dye that you often see. The regularity of the pattern mixed with the imperfect nature of tie dye makes for a unique look.
Take your tie-dye skills beyond the basic scrunch with this easy-to-make sunburst pattern. It looks impressive but is super easy to make. So grab a stained t-shirt or get a new one and add some color with this tie-dye sunburst.
The dye application for this design is really easy and allows for sloppy application without ruining the results. It also used Rit dyes which are non-toxic and easy to use making this a fun family project.
Houseplants are a great addition to any home. They come in so many shapes, sizes, and colors that can be arranged to make them look even more perfect. But of course, the plant itself is only part of the beauty. The pot they are planted in can make or break the look. Here are 5 DIY planters to give your houseplants that extra something to get them to really pop.
As you can see in the picture, it’s a nice and easy pattern you can use to whip up fast in any yarn you’d like (I still recommend cotton for anything kitchen/bath related), add your fancy button, and sell a ton of them at craft fairs!