Do you have a baby/wedding shower, or any other celebration, coming up soon? This Seed Packet Party Favor DIY will be the perfect gift to hand out to your guests. I created to different printables for you to use and make your own. Hand them out to the guests, and they can plant these seeds on your special day!
Supplies you will need to create this Seed Packet Party Favor DIY, from the HP Create blog:
- 8 x 10 vellum paper
- Scissors or a paper trimmer
- Sewing machine
- Seed packets (regular size)
- Printable seed packet covers (found on the HP Create blog)
- Washi tape
To check out the full tutorial, head on over to the original post on the HP Create blog.
P.S. I’m a paid contributor for the HP Create blog. If you liked this DIY, check out these other garden creations I made for HP: Mossy Home Word, Mini Flower Paper Bouquet, and Leaf Candle Holder for your lovely home.
Have you ever crafted with coconuts? Well, I gave it a try a few weeks ago and it was a bit of challenge. The first thing you need to figure out when it comes to coconut crafts: how do you open the darn thing? I went through a few before I finally got the hang of it (I kept cracking them down the side, instead of across the middle). Once you figure out how to crack a coconut in half (I shared how to do that on the HP Create blog), you can turn your cracked coconut into my lovely Neon Hanging Coconut Planter DIY. I’m so happy with how these turned out (even though it took a bit of process to get the coconut cracking process down).
Supplies you will need for this project:
- 1 coconut
- 1 inch wide painter’s tape
- Large knife
- Primer paint
- Neon acrylic paint (I used Martha Stewart Lightning Bug and Date Night Rose)
- Higher number grit sandpaper and lower number grit sandpaper
- Heavy duty fishing line
- Dremel or drill with ⅛ inch bit
- A Pencil
- Small plant (preferably something from the succulent family)
- Dirt (cactus dirt for succulents)
- Free printable (you can find it on the original blog post over on HP Create)
- Optional item: Super fine steel wool
- Optional item: Hot glue gun and hot glue
Have you been gardening? Adding plants to your garden, or even to your home this Spring? To check out the full tutorial for the Neon Hanging Coconut Planter DIY, head on over to the HP Create Blog.
P.S. I’m a paid contributor for the HP Create blog. If you liked this DIY, check out these other garden creations I made for HP: String Air Plant Holder, Fruity Mod Podge Planter, and Floral cupcake toppers for your garden party.
Clever Storage Ideas For Your Outdoor Space
The web is the perfect space to find organizing ideas for your home and life. So many talented people out there with wonderful (and sometimes crazy) ideas.
Head on over to the Better Homes and Gardens blog to get the full list.
– Chelsey, The Paper Mama
P.S. The photos from the first image are from: I Heart Organizing, A Place to Nest, A Beautiful Mess, and Dream Green DIY. I’m a paid contributor for the Better Homes and Gardens Blog.
One of the sure signs of spring each year is the resurgence of the flower crown hair piece. While I love this all organic accessory, I’ve found myself yearning for more. I want to imagine myself strolling along the Champs-Élysées in something that not only looks impeccable, but satisfies my soul – and appetite. The DIY Bon Appétit Crown does just that. This plateau de fromages is adorned with fresh, farm-to-table grapes, artisanal cheeses, and a hand forged, rustic baguette. Pair it with a crisp wine and you have yourself the crowning glory of hors d’oeuvres. This beautiful crown is the perfect snack on the go.
Learn how to make the DIY Bon Appétit Crown…
1) Use a piece of wire to make the base of your crown
2) Wrap the wire with floral tape
3) Use wire to fasten grapes to the crown for your base.
4) Once you have a solid base, fill the gaps with fresh foliage.
5) Use a cookie cutter to cut out flower shapes in your cheese, and fasten them to the crown with pins.
6) Cut thin slices of baguette and place them around the crown. You can attach them with wire or pins as well.
7) Continue adding until your crown is complete.
8) Wear it proudly and enjoy every bite! Maybe hang out with a goat while you’re wearing it?
Now that it’s April 1st, it’s time to start thinking about spring accessories. If you need some more wearable food inspiration, head on over here to check out the Bread Roll and Olive Snack Necklace DIY.
P.S. This post is Sponsored by, La Crema Winery. I was compensated for this DIY post.