Carla van Staden

Carla van Staden

South Africa / Marketing consultant, fashion blogger, business owner, wannabe domestic goddess.
Carla van Staden
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When marketing your business or blog on Facebook, choosing the right advertising objective is critical! Here are the 14 different types of Facebook ads explained.

When marketing your business or blog on Facebook, choosing the right advertising objective is critical! Here are the 14 different types of Facebook ads explained.

Social media marketing tips: vary your content categories to keep your followers engaged! Here are 6 types of content to attract leads to your small business accounts. You must do more than promote! FREE report to download on the blog.

Social media marketing tips: vary your content categories to keep your followers engaged! Here are 6 types of content to attract leads to your small business accounts. You must do more than promote! FREE report to download on the blog.

Instructions for making a drip irrigation device from repurposed plastic bottles. I have seen this with clay pots called cantaros. Looking forward to doing this to ensure deep watering of my garden even if I have to miss a day of watering.

Instructions for making a drip irrigation device from repurposed plastic bottles. I have seen this with clay pots called cantaros. Looking forward to doing this to ensure deep watering of my garden even if I have to miss a day of watering.

Warmer weather = more traveling. Don't let your houseplants suffer while you're away from home! Rig up this DIY self-watering wicking system. It's a surefire way to keep your plants happy and healthy using ordinary materials you probably already own!

Warmer weather = more traveling. Don't let your houseplants suffer while you're away from home! Rig up this DIY self-watering wicking system. It's a surefire way to keep your plants happy and healthy using ordinary materials you probably already own!

Grow a rose bush from a wedding bouquet– or use any roses from the florist. David Clark, horticulturist, shows you how in this step-by-step video.

Grow a rose bush from a wedding bouquet– or use any roses from the florist. David Clark, horticulturist, shows you how in this step-by-step video.

Growing Roses from ANY cut rose!  take a cut rose (at least 6in long) and put in the ground or in a pot about 2in down. put a mason jar over the top place in full sun for 2 months or until it starts to sprout. will have a new rose bush! (Just tried this after husband's grandmothers funeral. but was told this works well and that this way we can preserve a part of her from the funeral.)

Growing Roses from ANY cut rose! take a cut rose (at least 6in long) and put in the ground or in a pot about 2in down. put a mason jar over the top place in full sun for 2 months or until it starts to sprout. will have a new rose bush! (Just tried this after husband's grandmothers funeral. but was told this works well and that this way we can preserve a part of her from the funeral.)