We are located in Sarasota, Florida so if you’re in the area and would like to be notified of our plant sales then this is the place to sign up! Our main focus is Tillandsia or “Air Plants.” We occasional have orchids, bromeliads, ferns and who knows what else! The sale is at our home […]
We’ve seen the ads for products that clean and restore plastic headlights to a newer condition but do you really need to spend money on it? Do you really need harsh chemicals to make it work? Actually, we have no idea what chemicals are in that stuff so we’re just assuming, but I imagine there […]
I saw some barbed wire that we had hanging on the back fence. I thought of our friend who recently made a barbed wire wreath as a Christmas gift and I thought, hmmmm….. Sure, it’s been done before but I felt like I wanted to give it a shot to see what I could do […]
Howdy people! Yes, our posts have slowed down a bit and I’ll tell ya…..getting use to a new medication can mess with you as it has with me. I’m feeling more productive today so I figured I had better get to typing! We made these Mason Jar Mug Terrariums for the Atomic Holiday Bazaar this […]
We’ve had this project done for quite some time but it just sat in the garage for a while before we decided to use it in the house. We weren’t quite sure what to do with it before and it was a bit of an experiment, but when in doubt, stick an air plant on […]
It’s almost here again folks! The Atomic Holiday Bazaar 8th Annual Indie Craft Show! We wanted to let you know we’ll be selling our air plant creations (and bromeliads) at this event again this year so if you happen to be in or near the Sarasota, Florida area, it’s worth the trip!
We haven’t had any Halloween “how-to’s” this year because we aren’t throwing the usual party. So there hasn’t been a need to come up with any money saving ideas. We seem to create out of necessity and since there’s no party, there’s no necessity. We think our brains needed a vacation from Halloween.
All painting is an accident. But it’s also not an accident, because one must select what part of the accident one chooses to preserve. -Francis Bacon Art is so often an accident and that definitely applies to this drop cloth we used to paint Halloween skeletons from the dollar store. I think it was 3 […]