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airbrush blue cake epicute plant sunprint
By ingopixel (Via: blog.craftzine.com)
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Did you ever make sunprints as a kid with that crazy probably super toxic blue paper? You lay something on top of it that you want a silhouette of and just leave it in the sun and you get something that looks almost exactly like this cake! This was done with food coloring in an airbrush gun and flowers as a stencil. Incredible effect, and you can eat it!

cactus crochet decor plant
Via: www.apartmenttherapy.com
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I do not have a green thumb, in fact, it's like the thumb of death. This is one plant I could maybe, possibly keep looking fresh.

lion plant planter plastic rawr
Via: www.etsy.com
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Intimidate your plants into staying alive when you leave town for a weekend.

chain Jewelry necklace pendant plant planter
Via: www.etsy.com
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A live plant can be a great, chic accessory and a handy oxygen generator right under your nose!

bookmark green plant plastic sprout
Via: www.holycool.net
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When I was a kid we used to press flowers and leaves in books. Every once in a while I still find a fern or a daisy in an old book. You can get the same feeling without the mildew!

ceramic orange pig plant planter
Via: Fruitflypie
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My plants would be happier with a piggie friend for when I'm not around.

airplants decor garden glass globe hanging plant
Via: Geek Alerts
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Tiny apartments can be a real drag when you want to have a garden to tend. Just hang it!