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DIY: a Freakebana-styling with anthurium cut flowers

Freakebana is one of the latest trends in flower arranging. It’s a modern variant of the Japanese minimalistic art of floral arrangement; Ikebana. And while Ikebana is all about creating space, so that the power and beauty of a single flower...

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DIY: an ice cold glass of ice with edible flowers
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DIY: a glass of ice with edible flowers

In cocktail bars, cocktail glasses are often cooled by ice cubes that are placed in there a while before a drink is poured. This keeps the glass cold for a long time. You can take this to the next level at home, by making a glass of ice! It’s really fun and refreshing on a warm...

DIY: how to make gold sprayed anthurium cut flowers
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DIY: how to make gold anthurium cut flowers

Do you have a damaged anthurium cut flower? Don’t throw it away! We came across a cool DIY, where you spray the damaged part with paint, so you no longer see it. It’s beautiful ànd sustainable! In this article we’ll explain how to make gold anthurium cut flowers.
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DIY: Tropical vases made from fruit
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DIY: Tropical vases made from fruit

Looking for nice decoration options for a summer party? We have a super nice idea: tropical vases made from tropical fruit, such as pineapple, cantaloupe and watermelon. A combination of flowers and fruit provide an instant summer feeling, right? In this article we’ll explain how to...

DIY: ice cubes and water ice cream with edible flowers
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DIY: ice cubes and water ice cream with edible flowers

With this hot summer weather, everyone is looking for some refreshment, including us. That’s why we came up with the idea of making ice cubes and water ice cream with edible flowers. Ideal for in a glass of lemonade or a cocktail! It’s refreshing, looks nice and is also fun to...

How to make a flower crown
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DIY: How to make a flower crown

The flower crown is one of the biggest trends for this summer, according to Instagram and Pinterest. And the bigger the crown, the better! In this article we’ll tell you how to make a flower crown with fresh flowers, so you can wear one to your next festival, wedding or summer...

propagate an anthurium
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DIY: How to make planters using stuff you already have

In another article, we already gave a few tips about how to give planters a new life by painting them. But you can go more creative than that, by making flower pots from other things, like empty candles, pots, cans and even old cups and mugs. Everything is possible! So in this article...

wall decoration for flowerpots
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5 DIY ideas to display your indoor plants

As a plant lover, your home is probably quite filled with plants. And that already looks very nice. But they become even more special if you exhibit them in an original way. That’s why we collected 5 DIY ideas to display your indoor plants. This way you can turn simple plant pots...

6 gift ideas for plant lovers
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DIY: make a self-watering planter

Nice flower pots usually have one major disadvantage: they don’t have drainage holes for excess water to escape. As a result, the plants in it will probably suffer from root damage. A self-watering planter can help with this. But unfortunately they usually aren’t really nice...

DIY: how to make a kokedama with an orchid
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DIY: how to make a kokedama with an orchid

One of the latest trends in the field of indoor plants is the kokedama. It’s a form of Japanese garden art, and literally means: mossball. You can buy them ready-made in the store, but it’s also very nice to make one yourself. A plant that’s very suitable for this, is...

Pressed flower frame
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DIY: Pressed flower frame

One of the trends for 2019 is pressed flowers. It probably sounds a bit old-fashioned to you, and maybe you’ll immediately think of your grandmother. But it can look very chic in your interior! Especially if you place them in a nice frame. And that’s also a fun DIY! In this...

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