Posts Tagged ‘plant’

Tute Tuesday: Mini Indoor Plant

How are you at growing indoor plants? Is your thumb more brown than green? Never fear! Craftylittlemonkey has the solutions to your plant woes. Her tutorial for a Mini Indoor Plant is not only over the top cute, but it also allows you to enjoy greenery without all the hassle. This little guy is perfect […]

@Home This Weekend: Wire Air Plant Holders

This weekend, make some awesome air plant holders with just a few simple supplies: rocks, wire, and air plants. hillcitybride has a wonderful tutorial on her post. This quick and easy project could make a big impact in your decor!

Green Thumb Thursday: Ceramic Plant Markers

I love this idea! Selenium as created plant markers out of painted ceramic tiles! They’ll last for years and will be easy to clean off for winter storage. You can see the full thread here: You can also view our own Craftster Quickies video for a full tutorial on how to make your own! […]

Gamer Wednesday: Plants Vs Zombies Plush

I simply can’t get over how frickin’ adorable these are! Dellastella used patterns she got from Etsy to make these awesome little plushies that look like the game just magically turned 3D right in front of you! I just want to set them all on my desk to keep me safe from zombies. You can […]

Foodie Friday: Stinging Nettle

Something with “stinging” in the name sounds really delicious, right? Well, it’s definitely more than meets the eye (or skin!) with this little plant. Wulf teaches us all about nettle harvesting, preparation and recipe ideas. From tea to quiche, nettle has a lot to offer in the kitchen. To see this project on Craftster click […]

Crocheted Plant Holders

Randomly Spotted on the Galactic Interweb… These awesome little plant holders were designed by Lauren Anderson. They are probably such a simple thing to make (I’m not a crocheter, I don’t know!) but they look so adorable! You can either cut a few flowers and put them in a vase in the container or even […]

Moss Graffiti

Randomly Spotted on the Galactic Interweb… Love making your mark but hate the chemicals involved in typical graffiti? Why not try getting your statement out with moss? Check out what Anna Garforth has done in London. (Why is all this fabulous public art always in London?!) If you’re inspired you can get info on how […]

Green Thumb Thursday: How to Make an Earth Box

It’s hard to believe that AeonGoddess got all this lush green veggie goodness out of a plastic box on an all-concrete New York City lot, but she did! Want to know how she did it? Check out her awesome post and make your own Earth Box! If you live in the concrete jungle or are […]

Green Thumb Thursday: How to Make an Upside Down Tomato Planter

This week on Green Thumb Thursday we have a DIY upside tomato planter by Girlinsoop. Not only is this project recycled, it looks much cuter that the “as seen on TV” version. Girlinsoop was kind enough to share a tutorial so that you can make your own! Thanks so much, Girlinsoop! Enjoy!

Green Thumb Thursday: Parking Lot Container Garden

This week’s Green Thumb Thursday showcases the ingenuity that is a Craftster hallmark. Many of us are renters, condo-dwellers, and otherwise yardless. For some that’s just fine, but for some of us, even though we are urban residents, we still have a small inner farmer dying to break free. When ErinTheRed was faced with the […]

Green Thumb Thursday: Hanging Bundt Pan Herb Pot

Welcome to Green Thumb Thursday, where we present gardening and house plant tips and ideas for your inspiration. To kick off this new feature, we have an ingenious idea from mlheran – the hanging bundt pan herb pot! These are thrifty, easy, and gorgeous! Most thrift stores have old bundt pans, and they are often […]

Tute Tuesday: How to Make a Worm Composting Bin

With everyone looking for ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle, it’s a great time for this tutorial from lolo. She shows step by step how to make a worm composting bin that’s small enough for an apartment, and will yield wonderful compost for your garden. Compost is sometimes called “Garden Gold” for it’s enriching properties. […]