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This spring， we’；re bringing Easter to the table with a showstopper piece that is inspiring and oh-so-cute. Think lush pieces of moss， faux succulents and air plants， and dyed eggs in pretty pastel shades. Not one for thinking inside the boxpersonalized wedding party gifts，？we’；re making a terrarium centerpiece (or four)？that celebrates spring and the coming of all things new and fresh.
Before you begin to hatch your Easter Terrarium Centerpiece plan， we recommend reading through our guide on how to create a terrarium (in just six steps—no more， no less!). ？The guide walks you through the simple process of gathering your terrarium materials， using rocks for drainage， absorbing moisture with materials， using potting soil， and adding plants and other decorative accents.anniversary gifts for couples
After reading our guide， Easter-ize your terrarium with pretty pieces that bring out the best—and sweetest—creatures of the season. (Think sisal critters， felt chicks， and of course， candy eggs galore!)
Remember to arrange your terrariums in a group of three at the center of the table. Fill the centerpiece “；space”； with moss along the length of the table and accent with your decorative candy eggs.
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Enjoy—and get crackin’； on that Easter terrarium!
In 1824 Thomas Jefferson deemed coffee “the favorite drink of the civilised world.” In 2018, we challenged our Crew members to use coffee as a craft medium. What a crazy idea, right? Wrong! The results were amazing and you can see them in a series of posts on the blog. Today, we’d like to share a quick and highly effective ‘coffee stains’ journal cover by?Lynda Lindley.
Maker Faire was total cray-zay-ness! Look at all these people clamoring to learn hand embroidery! Only minor shoving was involved. I was in the BurdaStyle booth just after speaking on the "Crafting Your Online Presence" panel hosted by Craft and moderated by Diane Gilleland. The instant the panel was over, I had to run, not walk, to my awaiting table. Foolishly thinking I'd try to encourage passersby to mmmaybe give stitching a try, instead, I was mobbed. By a nice mob. Not a mean mob. See:
Elyza Brillantes, a design expert at Havenly, recommends that students “look for something that’s space savvy, whether it’s an option that folds up to be stored when not in use, or something that can act as a double duty piece, like a storage bench or ottoman.” And since college students aren’t always the neatest, it’s wise to choose stain-resistant materials in darker colors, according to Agnieszka Wilk, CEO and founder of online interior-design service Decorilla. “Even after a long time, dark colors look better than light colors, which can’t hide wear or dirt as well,” she says.