One of the things I love about air plants – also known as tillandsia – is that they can be displayed in virtually unlimited ways. With soil out of the picture, an air plant can live in any container, on any ledge, in any opening, on any surface; they are one of the most versatile plants in terms of home decor. Which, for someone like me who loves crafting things, is the gift that keeps on giving. Continue Reading
Vanessa had a $5 replacement light fixture shade on hand and an air plant that needed a new home. She couple them up for an interesting effect. The added weight of the pea gravel makes it Weeble-like, which means it can’t roll off the table.
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