Bouquets are a beautiful gift to receive from others, or even a nice treat to ourselves, but they don’t last forever. Instead of throwing away your bouquet, try repurposing it. You might not know what to do with dead flowers, but we’ve rounded up some of our favorite ways to keep the magic of a bouquet alive, even after the flowers aren’t.
Whether the day marks your first year of dating, your engagement, the date you moved in together or your wedding anniversary — it’s important and so fun to celebrate the milestones of your relationship. Time flies by when you’re having fun so acknowledge the continuous love you’re receiving from your partner by making them feel special with a handwritten card on your anniversary. Before your anniversary comes up, take some time and reflect on what your partner means to you. You’ll want your written words to reflect these feelings so give yourself some time to collect your thoughts. read more
When your kids are not in kindergarten or school, it can get quite overwhelming to keep them entertained. After all, they are curious, energetic, little whirlwinds that need constant input. If you’ve already baked more cookies than you can eat, read every book on their shelves and don’t want to extend your children’s screen time, give them a cool flower craft to do! These five do it yourself projects (DIYs) don’t require much of your help, will keep your kids occupied for a little while and you likely have the materials needed already at home. read more
It can be overwhelming to think of event decor that fits your theme, is easy to create and is within your budget. Luckily, we’ve found the perfect solution: hoop wreaths.
Hoop wreaths are not only easy to make, but you can personalize them to fit a variety of events. These versatile hoops can be covered with greenery and hung at a wedding or sprinkled with bright florals for a baby shower. They can decorate a front door or tied to string and used as a hanging centerpiece. The possibilities are endless! read more
Watercoloring is an art form that many dabbled in as children but can easily be done as an adult. It’s not only used to create art but is a great way to unwind and relax. This craft may seem intimidating at first, but like most things, it just takes a little time and the proper instruction and you’ll end up with a piece of artwork you didn’t know you could create. read more
A popular alternative to coffee, tea is made by pouring hot water over natural plants and herbs. Tea can be enjoyed year-round, used as a soothing warm beverage in the winter and a chilled refreshment in the summer. Tea is often chosen due to its variety of flavors and medicinal benefits. Depending on the flavor you choose, this drink has been known to help with cancer, heart disease, diabetes and weight loss. read more
Valentine’s Day is a day that is meant for spending time with the people that bring the most love to your life. Whether you are planning a romantic date night with your significant other or a celebration with a group of your closest friends, a floral ice bucket can take your festivities to the next level. read more
The latest bohemian decor trend has brought with it the return of macramé. Macramé is the art of knotting rope or cord to form patterns and was all the rage in the ’70s. These intricately crafted pieces have made a comeback and can be found everywhere. If you want to embrace this bohemian look without the high cost, try your hand at DIY macramé. read more
Fall is the season of dressing up. We dress up in cozy sweaters or scary costumes, dress up our drinks with pumpkin spice flavoring and dress up our homes with floral pumpkin decor. And if you’re looking for a fun way to dress up your plants, we have a pumpkin succulent DIY that will do the trick! read more