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This is a stunning DIY rock craft. Those strawberries actually look edible. This is a great project if you are into arts and crafts. It’s a unique project and you can actually give these Rock.

This I think will be my first actually DONE project. So unique

Don't have much space to grow your favorite plants? Try building a vertical garden like this one, designed by Susie Frazier. Using salvaged wood, threaded rods and bolts, and a handful of mason jars, you can construct a simple hanging planter to add a lot

Pouring a couple of inches of sand into the bottom of a glass vase.Cactus Soil to plant the succulents with room to grow. large succulent was centered, we tucked a few small succulents around it. Lastly, we covered the soil with decorative gravel. want to go to Michaels to find blue glass containers.

Pouring a couple of inches of sand into the bottom of a glass vase.Cactus Soil to plant the succulents with room to grow. large succulent was centered, we tucked a few small succulents around it. Lastly, we covered the soil with decorative gravel.