Make An Easy Faux Vertical Mini Garden and Linky Party #197


Welcome to the 197th Masterpiece Monday!



 Hello! This isn't a Fall craft, but there are plenty of great ones around blogland if you're looking for one! This project is good for anytime of the year, because it uses faux succulents.

I've had this extra wooden silverware tray for awhile, and I decided to re-purpose it into a vertical garden.
 All you need are some artificial succulents, sheet moss (not shown) and Styrofoam.

Also a large knife and a hot glue gun.

 All you do is very simply cut and glue the Styrofoam to the inside of the silverware tray, or just a box if that's what you're choosing to use.  Hot glue the sheet moss over the top. poke holes with the tip of the knife where you want the plants to go. Apply a little hot glue to the plants before sticking them in.
You can attach some sort of picture hanging hardware to the back of your garden, or you can do what I did and use a soda can top and a thumb tack!
And there you have it, a no fuss, no water vertical garden!
 
This weeks Features
 
ensuite bathroom renovation tile frameless shower
Turtles And Tails
 
Tuscan Bean Casserole by simply fresh dinners
Simply Fresh Dinners
 
Turn Coke tins into beautiful Candle Votives. DIY Home Decor. Christmas or Diwali Decor.
Let's Make It Lovely
 
Don't forget to grab a featured button
                       Time to get this week's party started!
Boogieboard Cottage


1. PLEASE. LINK. BACK. Please include a direct link back to my blog party.
2. Feel free to link up any of your masterpiece's whether they're crafts, recipes, decor, thrifty finds, etc. (Please no direct links to etsy or other sales sites.)
3. Please do not pin from the party, go to the original blog and pin from there


Have a blessed week,









..: Make An Easy Faux Vertical Mini Garden and Linky Party #197

Sunday, October 12

Make An Easy Faux Vertical Mini Garden and Linky Party #197


Welcome to the 197th Masterpiece Monday!



 Hello! This isn't a Fall craft, but there are plenty of great ones around blogland if you're looking for one! This project is good for anytime of the year, because it uses faux succulents.

I've had this extra wooden silverware tray for awhile, and I decided to re-purpose it into a vertical garden.
 All you need are some artificial succulents, sheet moss (not shown) and Styrofoam.

Also a large knife and a hot glue gun.

 All you do is very simply cut and glue the Styrofoam to the inside of the silverware tray, or just a box if that's what you're choosing to use.  Hot glue the sheet moss over the top. poke holes with the tip of the knife where you want the plants to go. Apply a little hot glue to the plants before sticking them in.
You can attach some sort of picture hanging hardware to the back of your garden, or you can do what I did and use a soda can top and a thumb tack!
And there you have it, a no fuss, no water vertical garden!
 
This weeks Features
 
ensuite bathroom renovation tile frameless shower
 
Tuscan Bean Casserole by simply fresh dinners
 
Turn Coke tins into beautiful Candle Votives. DIY Home Decor. Christmas or Diwali Decor.
 
Don't forget to grab a featured button
                       Time to get this week's party started!
Boogieboard Cottage


1. PLEASE. LINK. BACK. Please include a direct link back to my blog party.
2. Feel free to link up any of your masterpiece's whether they're crafts, recipes, decor, thrifty finds, etc. (Please no direct links to etsy or other sales sites.)
3. Please do not pin from the party, go to the original blog and pin from there


Have a blessed week,









14 Comments:

At October 12, 2014 at 8:53 PM , Blogger Miss Kitty said...

Hi Mary! Thanks for hosting your party for us this week again! I love that vertical garden that you made...a real one seems like an awful like of work and upkeep.

 
At October 12, 2014 at 9:40 PM , Blogger Zuni, Chickadee Home Nest said...

Thanks for hosting!

 
At October 12, 2014 at 11:01 PM , Blogger Roopini V said...

Thank you so much Mary, for Featuring my Coke tin Candle votives. I have nothing to share this week but I am here to enjoy the party!
Roopini,
Let's Make It Lovely

 
At October 12, 2014 at 11:03 PM , Blogger Roopini V said...

The mini garden looks gorgeous. Good one for people like me who lack gardening skills :)

 
At October 13, 2014 at 1:11 AM , Anonymous Tenancy cleaners Islington said...

Love this mini garden! Amazing party! Love this candle!

 
At October 13, 2014 at 4:17 AM , Blogger Paula Driesell said...

Thanks for hosting! Great things to look at!

Paula
Locksley Lane

 
At October 13, 2014 at 4:24 AM , Blogger Robyn said...

Hi Mary,
I love the beautiful projects you create each work and am especially impressed the way you repurpose so many items. Such a fabulous imagination you have!
Thanks for hosting, friend, and thanks for featuring my Tuscan Bean Casserole. Super healthy and super easy - I hope you enjoy it. Cheers :)

 
At October 13, 2014 at 4:30 AM , Blogger Robyn said...

PS I've tried to send a couple of emails to you but they've been returned. You might want to check if it's working.

 
At October 13, 2014 at 6:29 AM , Blogger Cathy Carroll said...

Love your vertical garden - what a great idea. Thank you for hosting and have a great week. Cathy

 
At October 13, 2014 at 7:08 AM , Blogger C.D. Loken said...

Great tutorial on the vertical garden! I love it! Thank you for hosting, Mary!

 
At October 13, 2014 at 8:19 AM , Blogger Kimberly Lewis said...

Hello cute lady! Super excited to be partying with you today. I hope you get a chance to swing by our party that starts tonight at 7 pm. We would love to have you! http://loulougirls.blogspot.com/
Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls

 
At October 13, 2014 at 10:42 AM , Anonymous Kyla @ HouseOfHipsters.com said...

Thanks so much for hosting such a great party! So glad I found you!

 
At October 14, 2014 at 4:35 PM , Blogger Shabby Marilyn said...

Mary a silverware tray, too clever! thanks for hosting!

 
At November 12, 2014 at 11:51 AM , Blogger the cape on the corner said...

oh man, that is so smart!

 

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