DIY Succulent Garden Wall [Video+Infographic]

Succulents are a great way to add freshness to any space. From table centerpieces to suspended terrariums, these small thick-leaved desert plants have made their way onto the home decor scene in more ways than one. If you’re looking to add some color or interest to a wall in your home, a succulent wall garden might be just what you need. Instead of framing a picture, why not a whole garden?

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DIM: Upcycled Headband

I had this old belt that I cut because it was too long and I had the rest of it stored to upcycle for so long that today I decided to sew an elastic band and wear it as a headband 💚 I’m not the great sewer but it does the job 😆 what do you think?

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Treat Yourself to a Spa Day at Home

Personal home spas have become a common feature of modern homes, so more and more homeowners decide to transform their own bathrooms into retreats. Not only can this elevate your home décor, but it will also provide you with an opportunity to indulge yourself in a soothing spa experience right in your personal sanctuary. From bathroom design to treatment ideas, you can bring the spa to you in just a few steps.

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DIM: Upcycled Bookmark

I had a bunch of maps a friend gave me (trusting that I would do something with them). A couple of years after (😬) I joined the penpal group of Mexicans around the world, a great opportunity for me to send handmade-upcycled gifts. So i finally did something with those maps!

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Building the perfect Birdhouse [Infographic]

Features of a Good Birdhouse- Give a Bird a Home

A birdhouse is such a great addition to any garden and it’s a really fun DIY project to tackle. This infographic from Capital Garden Services looks at how to build the perfect birdhouse so maybe it’s time to bring one to your garden?

If you are building one, build a good one as otherwise you’re short-changing our feathered friends! You should use untreated wood and galvanised screws as remember this will need to last throughout the year in all weather conditions.

You also need to make sure your birdhouse is protected from predators and some of the most common are chipmunks, raccoons, and cats. A stovepipe is generally considered the best protection against climbing predators.

If you don’t want to build a birdhouse there are other things you can do. Things like install a feeder o attract the local neighbourhood birds! Make sure to have good quality seeds for them when they come to visit. Check out the full infographic now!

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