My Little Box of Comforting Things — The Garden Sanctuary

Hi Everyone, I’ve just read a book that encapsulates everything I am talking about today. The Little Book of Hygge by Meik Wiking describes a concept in Denmark, hard to translate into English, but the essence reflects a calming sense of cosiness and feeling good. My post today looks at my top five comfort measures, my go-to […]

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Technology: 1960’s Style!

Every now and then Lady G likes to poke around on YouTube. Don’t judge! You’re at work and you’ve probably just finished looking at it yourself😉 HA! Anyway, several years ago I ran across this video that supposedly illustrates a 1960’s vision for future technologies. While I can’t confirm the authenticity, I can tell you that this little gem tickles […]

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Fabulous Feathers: Draw-It-Yourself

Greetings, friends!😄 Janie, here is the feather tutorial you asked for! And here is a DIY/drawing post for those of you who wanted one according to my blog survey. (By the way, thank you SO much for taking that, guys! I really appreciate it.) I do indeed love to draw, and I’d be happy to post art-related stuff more […]

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Wild Flower Craft

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I had a cute pot sitting in my kitchen with nothing in it. I decided that I would put artificial flowers in it rather than drilling a hole for water drainage and putting real flowers in it.

First, I put a piece of Styrofoam in the bottom to hold the flowers and covered that with Spanish moss.

I knew that I wanted my arrangement to look like something straight out of a field of wild flowers, so those are the types of flowers I went for at Pat Catan’s. I trimmed my flowers to the desired length by bending them back and forth and lightly cutting away at the outer plastic. The inner wire will eventually break. I wasn’t sure if we had wire cutters and did not feel like looking for some, but this method worked just fine.

Then I started sticking the flowers into my Styrofoam to create…

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