Old wheelbarrow. Like the one my dad used to give us rides in!
**3. Add height.** Choose long, bare branches that are between one-and-a-half and two-and-a-half times the height of your urn. Here we chose redtwig dogwood for its seasonal appeal but willow and myrtle branches are also lovely. **4. Round it out.** Working from the middle holiday, better garden, winter urn, outdoor urn, fun garden, christma decor, garden idea, crafti garden, design
Designing a winter urn. how to's
DIY Winter pots, a tutorial..... General Tips; 1) buy twice as much as you think you will need 2) think "filler", "thriller" and "spiller" 3) Use opposing textures 4) When complete, mist with water and then an anti-dessicant, such as 'wilt-pruf', it holds in moisture and adds double the lifespan of your creation. tutorials, winter urn, front doors, christmas trees, christmas planters, christmas porch, outdoor christmas, front porches, the holiday
Now this is just gorgeous!
oH YEa! With an umbrella, good book and a lil something to sip on
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