Its guerrilla gardening time! In this episode of Craftster Quickies, kittykill teaches you how to make seed bombs to place in your own garden or to use as and easy way to add flowers in any open, unloved space near you! She also shares how to package them to make great gifts!
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Want to inject some color into that empty field or abandoned lot you pass by every day? With some newspaper, water, and wildflower seeds you can make these awesome seed bombs and go guerilla gardening! You can see the full thread here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=343148.0 You can see more great crafts by browsing Exterior Decorating / Yard [...]
In this episode of Craftster Quickies, kittykill teaches you how to make flowers for Mother’s Day! These flowers are crafted from coffee filters and cupcake liners, so Mom can enjoy them for years to come! Kittykill will also show you how to use the flowers to make bouquets, corsages and even wreaths!
There is no need to buy fresh flowers every few days when you can craft your own to last a lifetime. eternallyeve shows us how to make an everlasting colorful bouquet of fabric. Make some as a spontaneous gift for someone, a gift decoration or just to add some fun to your home! To see [...]
Can you believe this gorgeous bouquet began its life as a package of ordinary coffee filters? Neither could we! Then we checked out this fantastic tute from rubidiumdawn and realized it’s true! Now with this awesome tute, you can make your own sweet bunch of roses. These pretty paper flowers can be made in a [...]
Whoever said, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue,” obviously forgot to mention something crafted. Our Craftsters sure haven’t forgotten, though. A quick glance through the Weddings and Bridal Showers board will generate everything from Save the Date cards to cake. I do have to admit that I’m a weddingaholic. There. I said it. [...]
Even the most creative and talented people sometimes go through periods of feeling uninspired. Sometimes it’s just getting stuck on a project, and sometimes it feels like you’ve lost your crafty mojo. Either way, it’s just part of living a creative life, but it can be very frustrating.