15 Beautiful Indoor Cactus Gardens

Yesterday I showed you lovelies how to make your own cactus garden. Today I wanted to share with you the inspiration for that post. Tons of people have decorated their homes with these little guys and I found 15 of my favorite that helped me work on mine.

1. A Beautiful Mess Simple Cacti Garden

Planting a simple catci garden www.abeautifulmess.com

2.  Vanilla & Cashmere Mini Cactus Garden

3.  Brandsmart Mini Colorful Cactus Garden

4.  HGTV Indoor Desert Garden 

Cacti Grouping Resembles Desert Scene

5.  limezinniasdesign Mothers Day Cactus Garden

6.  Bluejayblog Using Cacti & dried floral


7.  Atilla's Googlie Eye Cactus Garden

8.  Martha Stewart Table Top Cactus Garden

Mini cactus garden.  Going to plant some for my balcony

9.  A Beautiful Mess Vintage Cacti Garden

Vintage planter filled with cacti + succulents

10. Inspired By Charm Table Cactus Garden

Tabletop Cactus Garden | Inspired by Charm

11. HGTV Western Cactus Garden

Cacti Container Garden with Toys

12. The Brick House Lovely Cactus Work Shop


13.  Crafty Chica Margarita Cactus Garden

14. Love This Crazy Life Bright Cactus Garden


15. Annae Zimmerman Mini Cacti Gardens


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Be sure to stop by tomorrow and link up any of your latest projects.

DIY Indoor Cactus Garden

Slowly i'm starting to love the little corner by the window in our living room. From the crazy green color I chose to paint this table, to the deer antlers! Everything here is just super fun and a perfect spot for a Cactus Garden.

Here's what you need

- Shallow container
- Soil 
- Gloves
- Rocks
- Assorted cacti

Line the bottom of your shallow dish with rocks.

Start putting in you cacti (clear as much soil as possible off the roots). Then fill with dirt.

Place a few rocks on top for some finishing touches.

Besides the dish, I was able to purchase every thing from Walmart. They seriously have tons of cacti and succulents to choose from.

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10 Unique DIY Macrame Projects

Yesterday you saw my DIY Macrame wall hanging. If that didn't get you stoked enough to jump up and go make one yourself, this mash up of 10 Macrame projects will do the trick.

1. Wall Planter Hangers Mandi @ Vintage Revivals

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2. Wall Hanging: FreePeople

how to macrame

3. Macrame Rug @ Purlbee


4. Table Runner @ Driven by Decor

5. Closet Curtain @ A Beautiful Mess

DIY macrame curtain

6. Lawn Chair @ Deucecitieshenhouse

7. Hanging Chair @ ETSY

The Small Garden | The Third Row

8. Macrame Clothes @ Trash To Couture

9.  Macrame Jewelry @ lottsandlots

10. Macrame Dog Collar & Leash:

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Be sure to come back tomorrow and link up your greatest projects.

DIY Macrame Wall Hanging

Folks i've been wanting one of these ever since I saw one of my favorite bloggers get one for her living room. After that I was hooked and wanted one in my house right now! I searched the site they suggest for buying one, and was blown away with the price tag of $100 for a wall hanging...no thank you.

So I decided to try my hand at one myself. How hard can it be right?

  • 70 yards (approx 63m) of rope
  • a wooden dowel
  • paintbrush
  • scissors
  • painters tape
  • acrylic paint
  • large wooden beads

Attach Dowel to wall: I use the removable Command hooks 

Cuts the rope up into 12 Foot pieces. Then starts tying the rope in lark head knots. Then a double half hitch knot all the way across.

Tie double half hitch knots diagonally along the ropes. Add wooden beads here and there before tying the knot off completely.

Then start tying switch knots using 4 ropes each. 

Add a double half hitch knots (as before) & bring those along diagonally.
Trim the ends of the rope.

I still have to go back over it and tighten the ropes, but I love it!

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Link Party

Look at me trying to be a good little blogger and get my post out on time. Easier said than done! Before I show last weeks feature I wanted to get you a sneak peek at next weeks post. 

That's it...that's all you get to see. Alright now on to the feature from last week.

 Katelyn from learningcreatingliving has jumped on the succulent craze just like me. However she found a way to do it with faux succulents. Its the perfect decor for folks who cant keep plants alive. I've been looking for a gift for mothers day and BAM! Problem solved. I even love the cute little holders she's got them in.

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