Category: Accessories - This DIY Home

House Number Cedar Planter Box

Hi Everyone! With the weather doing such a flip here in the last 2 weeks (from a crazy ice storm to 27’C) I decided that I’m going to put the Office Series on hold for the moment and concentrate on the good stuff since spring has truly arrived.. the outdoor build series! Last year I had kicked off this series with the Pallet Wood Shed & the Watering Hose Post but this year I’ll start off small for now with the House Number Cedar Planter Box.

 

In the last week I have been doing some big projects in my backyard and in the front of my house as it has been too nice to be cooped up inside. The other morning while doing some landscaping around the tree out front, I was looking at how faded and dingy my house number had become. They definitely needed to be re-painting as you can see.

 

Now that got me thinking, why not do something a little different that is more eye catching. So this is what I came up with….

Keep in mind, that you don’t have to buy new house numbers, a fresh coat of paint can give them a whole new look. 

 

Have Fun & Happy Building! 

 

Make sure you read through the instructions and look over the plans fully before you start your project. Check out the “Before You Start” page for more on tool information, tips & tricks. Always stay safe and wear all safety protection. It is always best to make your cuts as you go and as they say, measure twice and cut once. 

If you have any questions just ask away! 

Shopping List

2 – 1″ x 6″ x 6′ Cedar boards

1 1/4″ Brad Nails 

1″ Pocket Screws

Stain

Clear Coat – For outdoor use

House Numbers – If not using existing

Spray Paint

Landscape Fabric – Optional 

Dirt

Flowers

 

For Mounting: 

Tap Cons – 1/4″ x 1 3/4″ with Hex head is what I used

Concrete bit (if its not included with Tap Cons  

Cut List

2 – 1″ x 6″ @36″ – BACK 

2 – 1″ x 6″ @ 5 1/4″ PLANTER SIDES

1 – 1″ x 6″ @ 10 1/2″ PLANTER FRONT

1 – 1″ x 6″ @ 9 1/4″ PLANTER BOTTOM

Tools Needed

 

Circular Saw

 

Brad Nailer

 

Measuring tape

 

Pencil

 

Stapler

 

Drill & 3/8″ Bit

 

Kreg Jig

 

Wood Glue

 

Sandpaper

 

Paint Brush

 

Shop Towels

 

Safety Glasses

 

Ear Protection

 

Gloves

Step-by-Step – Assembly

If you are going to use your existing numbers, take them down, clean them and then refresh them with a coat of spray paint.

 

Use the Kreg-Jig to drill 5/8″ Pocket holes into one of the BACK boards.

 

Using 1″ Pocket Screws and Wood glue, attach the 2 BACK boards together.

 

Use the Brad Nailer and 1 1/4″ Brad Nails with wood glue to attach the 2 PLANTER SIDES to the PLANTER FRONT board. 

 

Use the same process to attach the PLANTER BOTTOM board to the FRONT & SIDE boards

Drill 3 Holes (3/8″) into the bottom of the PLanter to allow for drainage. 

 

The planter can now be attached to the BACK boards. Use wood glue and 1 1/4″ brad nails to do so. 

 

Step-by-Step Finishing

Give the project a good sand before you stain and apply the clear coat

Tip: Don’t forget to use the clear coat that is meant for outdoor use.

 

Once it has dried, lay out and attach the house numbers. 

Make sure to give equal spacing in between each number. 

 

This step is optional, but I find that it helps to :

1) Keep the dirt from going out the drainage holes 

2) Keeping the Soil from making direct contact with the wood

 

Cut a piece of Landscape fabric and staple it to the interior of the box. 

Step-by-Step – Mounting

To mount the House Number Cedar Box, I used 4 TapCons that were 1/4″ x 1 3/4″ with a Hex Head.

First, I pre-drilled 4 holes with a wood drill bit into the BACK board, one on each of the four corners. 

Switching to the concrete bit I used the 4 Pre-drilled holes as a template and drilled into the Brick deep enough to allow for the length of the Tap Con

Next, hand the planter using the TapCons

Finally, you can add the soil and flowers.

Take a Step back and admire your work!

 

 

I hope you had fun will this build. Share your project and let me know how it went! 
-Michelle- 

  

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DIY Mason Jar Desk Organizer

Hi Everyone! Two weeks ago I started off the Home Office series of builds with the Compact Chalkboard L Desk. Today we’re going to add a little bit of organization to this desk with the DIY Mason Jar Desk Organizer which will fit perfectly in the corner.

 

This organizer is designed to be able to sort out all of your necessities: Pens, Pencils, Markers, Highlighters, Paper Clips, Pins and Chalk of course, by using mason jars as the dividers. 

 

Now, keep in mind that at everyone is going to need to organize different things. 

Some may not use this in their office, but maybe in a studio space where they do any artwork or for their kids to organize their own art supplies.

 

The best thing to do is to determine what is going to be placed in the organizer.

 

This could change the size of the mason jars that are needed for the top shelf. For me, I’ll be placing Pins, Paperclips & Chalk in these jars making it so I only needed small jars. However, if you are going to need larger jars then you may need to replicate the bottom shelf for the top as well.  If so, this will make the shopping list change – You will no longer need the 1″ x 2″ x 6′ but will need more 1″ x 4″ boards. (You can get 2 – 1″ x 4″ x 6′ instead)

 

Once that is determined you can start building! – This will be a pretty quick and easy build.

 

 

 

Now remember, Have Fun & Happy Building!

 

Make sure you read through the instructions and look over the plans fully before you start your project. Check out the “Before You Start” page for more on tool information, tips & tricks. Always stay safe and wear all safety protection. It is always best to make your cuts as you go and as they say, measure twice and cut once. 

If you have any questions just ask away! 

Shopping List

1 – 1″ x 2″ x 6′

1 – 1″ x 4″ x 8′

1 – 2″ x 2″ x 8′

2″ Wood Screws 

1 ¼” Pocket Screws 

Paint

Stain

Cut List

2 – 1″ x 4″ @ 9″ – BOTTOM SIDE 1

2 – 1″ x 4″ @ 7 1/2″ – BOTTOM SIDE 2

3 – 1″ x 4″ @ 9″ – BOTTOM BASE – 1 piece ripped to 2″ wide

3 – 1″ x 4″ @ 8″ – TOP BASE – 1 piece ripped to 2″, 1 piece ripped to 2 1/2″

2 – 1″ x 2″ @ 8″ – TOP SIDE 1

2 – 1″ x 2″ @ 6 1/2″ – TOP SIDE 2

1 – 2″ x 2″ @ 8″ – PILLAR

Tools Needed

Mitre Saw

 

Mitre Saw

 

Drill

 

Sander

 

Kreg Jig

 

Brad Nailer & 1 1/4″ Brad Nails

 

Wood Glue

 

Wood Filler

 

 

Pencil

 

Measuring Tape

 

Shop Towels

 

Paint Brush

 

Safety Glasses

 

Ear Plugs

 

Gloves

Step-By-Step – Prep Work

Measure and Cut your boards and be sure to remember to rip the base boards down to size.  

 

 

As with most projects, I like to give the boards the initial 80-grit sand, as this makes it easier than trying to do it after the project is assembled.  

 

Using the Kreg Jig, Set to ¾” Wood Depth, drill pocket holes in the TOP BASE & BOTTOM BASE boards 

 

Step-by-Step – Assemble

Starting with the bottom shelf, using your Brad Nailer with 1 ¼” Brad nails and wood glue, attach the BOTTOM SIDE 1 boards to BOTTOM SIDE 2 boards. 

 

Next, do the same as above for the Top Shelf, using TOP SIDE 1 & TOP SIDE 2 Boards 

 

 

Assemble both the top base and bottom base using 1 ¼” pocket screws and wood glue 

 

 

Now that the bases are assembled, we can attach them to the side frames using wood glue and 1 ¼” brad nails. 

You are going to nail through the bottom of the base into the side frames. 

 

Measure and mark the center of the shelves and the PILLAR.  

Pre-drill before using 2″ Wood Screws and Wood Glue to attach the Pillar to the Shelves.  

You will screw in from the bottom of the BOTTOM SHELF and from the top of the TOP SHELF.  

  

Step-By-Step – Finish

 

Fill any holes with wood filler and let it dry.  

 

Using 220-grit sandpaper, give the project a complete sand 

Note: to sand the interior and the pillar, you will have to do it by hand.  

 

Now, you can stain or paint the project as you see fit.  

 

To get the Look I did

 
If you are looking to finish the project as I have, by giving it a distressed look, the first thing you have to do is stain the boards and let it dry.  

 

Once that is done, you can paint with the colour you chose – Most likely 2 coats will be needed.  

When the paint is dry, using the 220-grit sandpaper, give the edges and other surface areas a light sand. All you want to do is allow the dark stain to come through.

 

 

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Rustic OTJ Bathroom Hanging Shelf

Hi Guys,

I don’t know about you, but this last week has been extremely busy here with projects. We’ve been doing a lot of painting around the house and our main floor bathroom was the room that just got done. The bathroom desperately needed a fresh and warm look. However, the one little task of turned into many more projects. Not only did we repaint the walls, we also refinished the light fixtures over the vanity and the accessories too.

On top of all that, I wanted to add a little more storage space over the toilet. The wall space over the toilet seemed bare and needed a little something to catch your eye. Which brings us to this weeks build, the Rustic OTJ Bathroom Hanging Shelf. The great thing about this shelf is it’s open shelf concept which doesn’t make it seem bulky and allows you to add decorative pieces on it.

 

Here is how the bathroom turned out!

Repainted Bathroom

 

The spray paint used for the light fixtures and accessories in our bathroom is Rustoleum’s Metallic Oil Rubbed Bronze. 

Here is how it turned out. (Don’t mind the smudge, I took this photo before washing the sawdust off my hands). These fixtures were originally chrome, but did not suite the space. 

Repainted Light Fixtures with Rustoleum Metallic Oil Rubbed Bronze

 

Continue on to read on how to build the Rustic OTJ Bathroom Hanging Shelf

Have Fun & Happy Building!

 

Make sure you read through the instructions and look over the plans fully before you start your project. Check out the “Before You Start” page for more on tool information, tips & tricks. Always stay safe and wear all safety protection. It is always best to make your cuts as you go and as they say, measure twice and cut once. 

If you have any questions just ask away! 

 

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Shopping List

1 – 2″ x 4″ x 8′ 

1 – 2″ x 6″ x 8′ 

2 ½” Wood Screws 

Hook & Wall Plugs 

Rope 

Stain 

Polyurethane 

Cut List

2 – 2″ x 4″ @ 40″ – SIDES 

3 – 2″ x 6″ @ 21″ – SHELVES 

Tools Needed

Mitre Saw

 

Mitre Saw 

 

Drill & 3/8″ Drill Bit 

 

Sander 

 

Clamps 

 

Wood Glue 

 

Wood Filler (stainable)

 

Pencil

 

 

Measuring Tape

 

Shop Towels 

 

Paint Brush 

 

Safety Glasses 

 

Ear Plugs 

 

Gloves 

Step-By-Step

Prep Work 

 

Cut your boards down to size and give them a good pre-sand with 80 grit sandpaper to remove any imperfections.  

 

Drill 3/8″ holes into the top of the 2 SIDES using the following measurements:  

2″ down from the top and 1 ¾” from the side (this will center the hole) 

 

 

Assemble  

 

Use Wood glue and 2 ½” Wood Screws to attach the SHELVES to one of the SIDES. 

The Bottom SHELF will be flush with the bottom of the SIDE and the remainder will be spread out with 12″ in between each board.  

 

 

Next, attach the second SIDE board. Use the same measurements as you did to attach the SHELVES to the first SIDE board. 

 

 

 The Finish 

 

Now it is time to give the shelf a finish sand using 220 grit sandpaper to ensure boards are all smooth.  

 

Once the boards have been fully sanded, apply your stain and polyurethane as per instructions.  

 

When the Stain and the Clear Coat have dried, attach the rope to the shelf. 

Place the rope through the holes on both SIDE boards and tie a knot in each end to keep it in place.  

 

 

Hang the Shelf 

 

Attach the Hook to the wall using proper Wall Plugs to ensure that they will hold the weight of the shelf.  

Hang the shelf by the rope over the hook. 

I hope you had fun will this build. Share your project and let me know how it went! 

-Michelle- 

  

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Rustic Wine Caddy for Under $15

Hi Guys, who doesn’t love wine or great gift ideas? This Rustic Wine Caddy is a perfect gift idea for that wine lover you know, even if that wine lover happens to be yourself! To make it even better you can make this build for Under $15, even less if you don’t want to add any brackets to it.

The Wine Caddy’s crate appearance gives it that perfect rustic appeal. However, there are numerous ways you can finish this build off from stains and paints to brackets. I’ve actually built two of these myself in the last bit, each with a different look. So take a look below to check them out.

Now Have Fun & Happy Building!

Make sure you read through the instructions and look over the plans fully before you start your project. Check out the “Before You Start” page for more on tool information, tips & tricks. Always stay safe and wear all safety protection. It is always best to make your cuts as you go and as they say, measure twice and cut once.

If you have any questions just ask away!

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Shopping List

1 – 1″ x 4″ @ 6′ 

2 – 1/2″ x 2″ @ 3′ Craft Board 

8 – 1 1/2″ Corner Brackets 

32 – Screws for the brackets 

1/4″ Twine 

Stain

Polyurethane

Wood Glue

1 1/4″ Brad Nails

Cut List

1 – 1″ x 4 @ 14″ – BASE 

2 – 1″ x 4″ @ 13″ – INSIDE DIVIDER 

2 – 1″ x 4″ @ 4″ – ENDS 

4 – 1/2″ x 2″ @ 14″ – SIDES 

Tools Needed

 

Drill 

 

Circular Saw

 

Sander 

 

3/8″ Drill Bit 

 

Brad Nailer 

 

Clamps 

 

Screwdriver 

 

Shop Towels 

 

Paint Brush 

 

Gloves 

 

Safety Glasses 

 

Ear Plugs 

Step-By-Step

Prep Wok

After cutting the boards to size, Pre-sand them to make it easier after The Wine Caddy is Built

Drill the holes for the handle in the top of each INSIDE DIVIDER. 

 

Assembly

First attach the 2 END boards to the BASE using wood glue and 1 1/4″Brad Nails.

Nail through the bottom of the BASE into the SIDES 

Attach the INSIDE DIVIDER boards to the BASE using wood glue and 1 1/4″ brad nails. 

Make sure the spacing in all sections is equal .

 

Attach the SIDE pieces using wood glue and brad nails.  

The top board is flush with the top of the END boards and the board is spaces equally. (my daughter loves to help as you can see)

Brad nailing the sides

 

Finish

With initially giving each board a good sand to remove the imperfections, you now only have to do the finish sand to make it smooth and ready to stain

 

Finish as desired with your choice of stain and polyurethane or paint.

Lastly, attach the rope to make your handle.

 

If you are going to attach brackets:

Spray paint the corner brackets and its screws and once dry, attach.

TIP 1: An easy way to paint the screws is to slightly screw them into a scrap board. This allows you to spray all angles.

TIP 2: Make sure you pre-drill your pilot holes first and carefully screw in by hand as too much pressure can cause the craft boards to crack.  

 

 

Rustic Wine Caddy

I hope you had fun building this Rustic Wine Caddy.

Share your project and let me know how it went! 
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DIY Chunky Blanket Ladder for Under $15

Hi Everyone, I apologize for my absence over the last while, life just got a bit crazy.  However, the good news is I am back and have a bunch of awesome builds that I have been working on for you to check out! So, expect a new project post every other Wednesday! To get started here is a quick and easy yet attractive piece for your home that will make it a bit more cozy. A Rustic Chunky Blanket Ladder for under $15. 

I built this just before Christmas since I was tired of having the excessive amount of blankets we have lying around, and being messed up daily by one of the dogs. It turned out great and at Christmas dinner my sister-in-law decided she wanted me to build her one too!

So have fun & Happy Building!

 

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Make sure you read through the instructions and look over the plans fully before you start your project. Check out the “Before You Start” page for more on tool information, tips & tricks. Always stay safe and wear all safety protection. It is always best to make your cuts as you go and as they say, measure twice and cut once.

If you have any questions just ask away!

Shopping List

2 – 2″ x 4″ x 8′

1 – 2″ x 6″ x 8′

 

Cut List

2 – 2″ x 4″ @ 66″ – SIDES 

4 – 2″ x 6″ @ 17″ – WRUNG 

Tools Needed

 

Tape Measure 

 

Pencil 

 

Circular Saw 

 

Sander

 

Kreg Jig 

 

 

 

Drill 

 

Shop Towels

 

Gloves 

 

Safety Glasses 

 

Ear Plugs 

Step-by-Step

Cut the boards to size and give them a good sand. Sanding now will make it easier to finish once the Blanket Ladder has been built.

 

After you have sanded, drill 2 pocket holes on each end of the 2″ x 6″ @ 17″ boards..

 

Attach the 2″ x 6″ pieces, using 2 1/2″ pocket screws, to one of the 2″ x 4″ boards. Use the following measurements:

  1. The WRUNGS are angled so that the opposite corners are flush with opposite edges of the SIDES. This will make the WRUNGS at a 45 angle to the SIDES
  2. The top WRUNG is 3″ away from the top of the SIDES 
  3. Each WRUNG is12″ apart from eachother

 

Attach the other SIDE in the same way. 

 

Finish as desired using wood filler, stain & Polyurethane 

 

 

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-Michelle-

 

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Wallmount Bottle Opener for under $20

Hey All, With Father’s Day this past weekend, it was a pretty last minute gift idea that we decided on. We only had a week to have it completed (which we successfully did, longest was waiting for delivery of the bottle opener), we made two things. The first being in this post, the other, a custom end table/magazine rack will be posted later. This project a Wallmount Bottle Opener, is super quick and easy to build and can be done with scrap that you have lying around. If you do not have any scrap, with buying the bottle openers, materials are under $15. I haven’t done any sayings on it yet, as I’m letting my husband choose which one he wants. When that gets completed, I will put an updated photo up of it.

Make sure you read through the instructions and look over the plans fully before you start your project. Check out the “Before You Start” page for more on tool information, tips & tricks. Always stay safe and wear all safety protection. It is always best to make your cuts as you go and as they say, measure twice and cut once.
If you have any questions just ask away!

Shopping List

1 – 1” x 8” x 4’

1 – 1” x 4” x 4’

Metal Wall Mount Bottle Opener – Amazon

1 ¼” wood Screws

Stain

Wood Glue

Stainable Wood Filler

Cut List

1 – 1” x 8” @ 17” – Back

1 – 1” x 8” @ 4 ¼” – Bottom

2 – 1” x 4” @ 4 ¼” – Sides

1 – 1” x 4” @ 8 ½” – Front

Tools Needed

 

Circular Saw

 

Drill

 

Sander

 

Measuring Tape

 

Pencil

 

 

Gloves

 

Shop Towels

 

Ear Protection

 

Safety Glasses

The Step-by-Step

Use 1 ¼” Wood Screws & Glue to attach the bottom to the back piece. (recess the screws slightly to allow space for wood filler)

Using the 1 ¼” Wood Screws & Glue to Attach the sides to the Back/Bottom

Again, use the 1 ¼” Wood Screws and Glue to attach the front piece.

Wood fill and allow it to dry before giving a good sand. Then apply your stain.

Once the stain has dried, attach the Bottle Opener!

 

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Rustic Mason Jar Hanging Candle Holder

Hey All,
I hope you all had a good May 2-4 weekend, sadly the weather here wasn’t too great. However, it did give me a chance to work on this next project. Here is another fun little how to for a decoration that I have used in my home, a rustic mason jar hanging candle holder. This project is similar to the Rustic Wall Hung Milk Bottle Flower Vase that I did a while back. The longest amount of time it takes for this project is truly just the drying time, which has several stages. So this can even be a project that you do in between working on other projects

Make sure you read through the instructions and look over the plans fully before you start your project. Check out the “Before You Start” page for more on tool information, tips & tricks. Always stay safe and wear all safety protection. It is always best to make your cuts as you go and as they say, measure twice and cut once.

If you have any questions just ask away!

Shopping List

Piece of Scrap wood, aprox 12” wide x 24” High

Mason Jar

Hook

Mason Jar Hanger

Picture Hanger Bracket

Dark Stain (Dark Walnut or Ebony)

Paint

Spray Paint – Black

Candle

Tools Needed


Circular Saw

 

Hammer

 

Rubber Gloves

 

Dust Mask

 

Sandpaper

 

Paint Brush

 

Shop Towels

The Step By Step

Cut the board down to the size that you want

Stain the entire board and let It dry. While you are waiting, use the spray paint to paint the hook & the Mason Jar Hanger.

Once Dry, paint the entire board and let it dry.

Lightly give the board a sand to bring through the stain colour. Concentrate on the edges and certain spots to give it a rustic look.

Attach the picture hanger to the back of the board.

Layout where you want the hook to be and screw it in by hand.

Screw the Mason Jar Lid Hanger onto the mason jar. Place Candle inside and hang.

Tip: To keep the candle in place, use a lighter to melt a bit of the bottom of the candle. Place it in the jar and hold it in place for a minute.




Rustic Wallhung Milk Bottle Flower Vase

 Rustic Wallhung Milk Bottle Flower Vase

Materials Needed:

  • A Piece of scrap wood. I used an extra piece of a pine board from another project that I had done. If you don’t have any scrap wood at home, there are two things you can do:  If you feel up to it, go out for a drive to a larger store or factory (i.e. Walmart, a Bathroom Supply Store) and grab a skid. You will want to look for one where the slates are larger in width, at least 5 to 6 inches wide. You will just have to take the skid apart at home. A hammer is usually enough to do it. If you think this is too much for now, I would then suggest buying a piece of pine from the project wood section of your local hardware store.  1×5 or 1×6 should work in this case, and just buy the length according to how many you want to make.
  • Dark Stain
  • Spray Paint – You need to decide on the colour you want to do. In this case I used the Rustoleum Painter’s Touch Satin Heirloom Whitw
  • Sandpaper, I suggest using 100 grit
  •  Milk bottle – can purchase decorative ones at Craft Stores or do some searching online to find the great deals
  •  Adjustable Metal Hose Clamp –
  • Copper tube strap & Small screws
  • Picture hanger

Tools Needed:

54925d4f86df17dc1e4b17e6777bc986Saw to cut the boards to length

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imgresScrew Driver –  Depending on what screw head it is for the copper tube strapping
imgres-1Hammer – A regular hammer will be fine, however I work enough with small nails that I purchased a Tack hammer. It is easier to control with small finishing nails.

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imgres-1Safety Glasses

images-2Tape Measure

imgresRubber gloves or work gloves  – so you don’t stain or paint your hands

 

Directions:

1. First cut the boards to the size that you want them to be. I preferred to make the boards just long enough that there is board showing below and to the sides of the Milk Jug and that the flowers reach the top of the board. For me that was 5″ wide by 12″ long.

2. Now you need to stain the front and the edges of the board, then let it dry.

3. Once the stain has dried, you are going to use the spray paint to cover over the stain. Give this some time to dry.

4. Taking the sandpaper, start removing the paint in areas to make it look distressed. I focus mainly on the edges and a few spots through the rest of the board making the stain show through. You will want some areas to have more stain visible than others

5. Time to layout the placement of the bottle. Place the clamp over the neck of the bottle, do not fully tighten. When you have determined where you think will be a good placement place the strap there and mark it off.

6. Attach the picture hanger to the back of the board using the hammer to lightly tap the finish nails in place. (WARNING: Be careful, these nails tend to bend very easy, which is where the tack hammer if you have one comes in handy)

7. Now its time to use the strap to hold the clamp to the board. Line it up with here you earlier marked off and screw it to the board.

8. Put the strap around the bottle neck again, but this time tighten it.

All done! What’s nice about this project is that you can constantly change the flowers based upon what time of year.

Tip: These are a great gift idea also!

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Fall Decoration Version

 

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