Anyway, I thought of polka-dotted mushrooms sweetly nestled in my garden flowers...houseplants...children's garden (still a work in progress--I seem to have all of the fun junk, and no garden bed!). Since it's a stifling 98 degrees here, this is the simple project I decided to share with you all today!
Step 1: First things first, you'll need to use your handy-dandy bolt cutter (if you don't have one, I HIGHLY recommend that you get one--I've used mine lots!) to cut the little "ball" on the end off. I had to squeeze hard and wiggle the metal till it snapped apart.
Step 2: Get a paint pen (or colorful selection--though I found I preferred the white best), and draw on your little polka-dots! No need to be perfect. You could also write on the "stem" the name of herbs, plants, etc. If you are so inclined (I was HOT, and thus not inclined, lol, but imagined how cool it would be in my head instead), you could add a cute tag at the top of the "stem" and put it in a small plant/garden cutting as a gift!
Step 3: Place cute "Mushrooms" around your plants. Too much fun!!!
Have lots of fun today,
ps--have you thought of your 3 thankful things yet? I have! :)
pps--walmart is now carrying martha stewart craft items! so pretty. AND my junkmail newsletter arrived today from american junk club. whoo-hoo!