Recently I've been working on filling up the open shelving in our kitchen. I want it to be both beautiful and functional. We do have a pantry, but it's really small. So I decided to store some of our

Try This: Paint Pen Kitchen Organization (A Beautiful Mess)

Recently I've been working on filling up the open shelving in our kitchen. I want it to be both beautiful and functional. We do have a pantry, but it's really small. So I decided to store some of our

Make a statement with this unique hanging glass container! Use as a terrarium, candle holder or add flowers :) There are endless

Make a statement with this unique hanging glass container! Use as a terrarium, candle holder or add flowers :) There are endless

Zero Waste Home: Tips-- I'm new to this site. Soo many great tips for a sustainable lifestyle at home.

Zero Waste Home: Tips-- I'm new to this site. Soo many great tips for a sustainable lifestyle at home.

Put samples of shampoo, lotion, conditioner, & other toiletries in a glass container & put in guest bedroom when you have overnight guests so that they do not need to ask if they forgot something. Also a great way to store your samples!

Put samples of shampoo, lotion, conditioner, & other toiletries in a glass container & put in guest bedroom when you have overnight guests so that they do not need to ask if they forgot something. Also a great way to store your samples!

Terrarium. To make a terrarium, choose a glass container with an opening wide enough for your hand. Gently add an inch or two of washed, fine gravel. Top gravel with a thin layer of activated aquarium carbon. (You'll find both items at your local pet store.) Next, add moistened potting soil, and you'll be ready to plant. Create a collection of plants, or showcase just one. Good choices include ferns, succulents, mosses, miniature moth orchids, African violets, and kalanchoes.

57 Cool Container Gardening Ideas

Terrarium. To make a terrarium, choose a glass container with an opening wide enough for your hand. Gently add an inch or two of washed, fine gravel. Top gravel with a thin layer of activated aquarium carbon. (You'll find both items at your local pet store.) Next, add moistened potting soil, and you'll be ready to plant. Create a collection of plants, or showcase just one. Good choices include ferns, succulents, mosses, miniature moth orchids, African violets, and kalanchoes.

It is a heavy glass vase I got from Old Time Pottery I inverted on some concrete blocks so they could swim in from the bottom. You have to get wet to submerge the vase and turn it up under water so the vacuum created keeps the water inside. Make sure you have a heavy glass container or the weight of the water will shatter it. (court. of Rick Brown's fb page - Riverview Flower Farm Growing Florida Friendly Plants)

It is a heavy glass vase I got from Old Time Pottery I inverted on some concrete blocks so they could swim in from the bottom. You have to get wet to submerge the vase and turn it up under water so the vacuum created keeps the water inside. Make sure you have a heavy glass container or the weight of the water will shatter it. (court. of Rick Brown's fb page - Riverview Flower Farm Growing Florida Friendly Plants)

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