Decorating ideas with natural seeds and flowers

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Summer is near the end, and soon the change of seasons will come. Falls comes with many great opportunities to create beautiful crafts with dried out flowers, seeds and everything that will bloom and eventually fall. Sometimes we need the right inspiration to come up with lovely art that can decorate our homes. Including nature in it will only more beauty to it, as there isn’t anything more perfect than nature itself. Today we share with you some ideas to create crafty and beautiful decorations with dried seeds, moss, flowers, small vegetation and more.

Spring Succulent Wreath

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Ideas to decorate your house with nature

Pine cone or Succulent Wreaths Rustic Pine Cone Wreath

These are ones of the most commonly known ways to re-utilize nature’s gifts from trees, pine cones, or to maintain alive succulent cuttings in a wreath. In both cases you need to get a wire wreath frame. The succulent cuttings can come from your home or your friends, use floral wire and pins and sphagnum moss to pin them down. Add rooting hormone and spritz with water occasionally. Use floral wire to tie the pine cones together and pin them down to the wire frame. You can add dried flowers or Christmas old decorations to suit your occasion. You can also add foam circle that has been painted brown and pin the pine cones with glue and ribbon, starting with the biggest first and then adding the little ones to fill in the holes.

Dried Flower Seeds arrangements and others

Many dried seeds like dried pods, lotus pods, bell cups others can be used to create beautiful arrangements. You can also use different seeds, like beans, to fill in layers a bottle or a see-through container. Another way is to glue down seeds to create unique designs or flowers on a canvas. You decide, use your imagination! And these are great fun ideas to spend a crafts afternoon with the kids.

Terrariums recycled decorations

Easy enough, these pieces combine glass, layers of color, and beautiful little green enclosures. You can go for a container with an open space or closed ones like mason jars, old coffee maker containers, round candy jars or even plastic jugs. Start with the first layer of dirt, gravel or pebbles. Then add the vegetation you want to include in your terrarium. Throw in a figurine or keep it nice and simple with a mini forest of moss only. Small terrariums can be built in small containers like glasses, bottles, and even light bulbs.


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