Miracle-Gro contacted me to share with you a simple garden project to help inspire more gardening. That was an easy yes for me, as I love to garden, and so many projects can be really simple but still make a really fun impact. (For some more great ideas, be sure to check out these great resources too: The Gro Project and fun garden projects and this great video:
So here is my super easy gardening project for my front doors!
Yay! Here we are, at Day 5!!
All the work of creating the separate elements for the Easter centerpiece is over, (1. Peat Pot Transformation 2. Jute Wrapped Eggs 3. Mod Podge Eggs 4. Scrap Wood Planter Cover) and now put together to create a tablescape.
Here are some details on how/why the tablescape is how it is…
First off, here’s a tip on where I bought this lovely burlap… click here to read the rest of the story…
Today is the big surprise! I’ve been anxious to show you what I made for the dining table’s Easter centerpiece as it’s been carefully hidden from the past 3 day’s camera angles…
Day 1 of the Peat Pot Transformation.
Day 2 of the Jute Wrapped Eggs.
Day 3 of the Mod Podge Eggs.
And now here it is, a planter cover created from salvaged wood.
After having issues with our Christmas tree tipping over and crashing year after year, I switched to a Read on