Succulents are awesome. I don’t have the best luck with keeping indoor plants healthy (or alive), but succulents seem to always have my back. They’re hardy, they don’t mind if you forget to water them for a few days, and they don’t require a ton of maintenance. Plus they are just adorable. Additionally, they are also easy to fill your home with for almost no extra cost. All it takes is a little propagation; as in, you can regrow succulents from existing leaves (magic, right?). Continue Reading
A few years ago, artist Ann Wood decided to assign herself the task of making a cardboard horse a day until she had 100 completed. When she was finished, she assembled them into a stampede. She has 3 patterns in her corral (get it, corral? heh), 2 adults and 1 colt. To make your own stampede, you’ll need to assemble the following:
- cardboard (Ann says any medium-weight cardboard will do. She is using cardboard from a gift box in this tute.)
- manicure scissors, for precision cutting
- hammer and one nail
- thin wire
- paint and brushes, glue, paper, fabric, lace, etc.