We saw this at our local Anthropologie store: paper circles strung on yarn and hung from the ceiling. Perfect for our "kelp forest" idea.
Carolina set up and organized the entire event on 4 of our tables at the store covered in green plastic table clothes. She created a "Dig for bugs" station and used simple materials such as: $3.50 dollar plastic bins, regular planting soil, hundreds of plastic toy bugs & powder free plastic gloves. The bugs were from www.funcarnival.com and the gloves were purchased at an HEB, a local grocery store.
Last week I helped Penelope’s Brownie Troop work on a service project that turned out so darn cute! The girls made Police Officer Appreciation Bags for all the police officers in their community and then dropped them off at our local police station after their Brownie meeting. Three officers even came out to thank the …
knitting and crafting
Sign for the reception. Free wooden pallet from my local hardware store and a white paint pen from Hobby Lobby. So adorable for our simple
Simple floating candle, water candle, centerpiece adds elegance to an evening wedding. They are inexpensive and easy as a DIY project. Vases available from the dollar store or local craft shop. Use your favorite flowers in the water, babies breath, or water pearls. Match the floating candles to the colors of your event. Our floating candles are available in many sizes, square and round, in many wonderful colors. For a real punch of color try our floating gel candles! www.BeverlyHillsCandle.c...
for the love of buttons
Earth Day, Our Way: Recycled Rainforest Windows | Anthropologie Blog
Wall Art Made from Recycled Cutlery | DIY Home Decorating on a Budget | DIY Projects for the Home Dollar Store
"Her name is Tildie, and she is just one of two ostriches that clever Courtney [Cerruti] made as part of an Anthropologie display for the Bay area store"
adorable, totally hitting up my local 99 cent store where i think i saw some of these... and then anthropologie for some fun knobs.
Seed starters: they are self watering, and maintain a humid atmosphere for the seeds made from recycled plastic bottles!
in the house
DIY Homemade Solar Furnace | Most of the materials for this project can be re-purposed or picked up at dump yards. The reminder should not cost you more than $50 at your local hardware store. | #diy #solar #heat
DIY Garden Buggies - a craft made from old golf balls - recycled craft project for kids #earthday
Ravelry: Project Gallery for Chunky Crocheted Basket pattern by Elizabeth Trantham (made with recycled yarn)
The Sarah House Project Will Provide Shipping Container Shelter for Low-Income Families
Tutorial for making the fastest, easiest pillowcase ever, from the owner of our local quilt shop.