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Make Your Own DIY Wedding Centerpieces with Water Beads

Posted by on Apr 29, 2012 in Centerpieces, Portfolio, Tips and Info, Videos |

Make Your Own DIY Wedding Centerpieces with Water Beads

Elegant and interesting wedding centerpieces don’t have to cost you a fortune.  I’ve made several in the past couple weeks that have turned out great and cost less than $15 to make.  Watch my video below for some great DIY wedding...

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DIY Patio Lights for Less Than $5

Posted by on Apr 29, 2012 in Centerpieces, Outdoor Lights, Portfolio |

DIY Patio Lights for Less Than $5

I saw these DIY patio patio lights on Pinterest and really liked them.  So I decided to put my own spin on them.  The great thing is that all of the components cost less than $5.  No water beads this time, but I thought I’d share my creation with you. What you’ll need Colored Glass Beads – Found at the Dollar Store for, you guessed it, $1 for each bag of colored glass. One Quart Jar – Found at Walmart for $3.69. ) Emma Jar with glass lid. (But I bet I could have find it for...

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Easy to Make Christmas Centerpiece using Water Beads

Posted by on Dec 20, 2011 in Centerpieces |

Easy to Make Christmas Centerpiece using Water Beads

Christmas is a great time to make your home look festive especially with Suzie the cat helping.  Water beads are a simple way to add color to your floral arrangements. Red, green and white are the colors I most frequently use for the Christmas holidays, but using a blue with silver or white flowers is very elegant. Water beads are used as a vase filler to hide or cover the stems of your flowers plus add color. Use them with fresh or artificial flowers. See my post on what are water beads to...

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Wedding Centerpiece Using Water Beads

Posted by on Dec 18, 2011 in Centerpieces |

Wedding Centerpiece Using Water Beads

What’s Impressing Suzie so Much? How about a new Wedding Centerpiece using Water Beads! Using a long vase can make a real difference as you can see in the wedding centerpiece using water beads.  The large wedding centerpiece uses a 24-inch vase with alot of white water beads.  Topped off with white artificial flowers and a few smaller vases or containers filled with water beads, you can create a simple design suitable for the most elegant wedding or engagement....

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Water Gems for a Fall Floral Arrangement

Posted by on Sep 11, 2011 in Centerpieces, Videos |

Water Gems for a Fall Floral Arrangement

Looking Forward to Autumn with this Fall Floral Arrangement Of course, using my colorful Water Gems! You can create this beautiful arrangement for your next festive event this Autumn with just a little work following my new water beads design video.  You can find these water gems at your local crafts store or at Amazon.com....

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Tropical Wedding Centerpiece on a Budget

Posted by on Sep 10, 2011 in Centerpieces |

Tropical Wedding Centerpiece on a Budget

Have a destination wedding at home or just a fun luau and keep it on a budget. This tropical centerpiece uses water beads (water gel crystals) for the vase filler in lovely brilliant colors that coordinate with the flowers. Fresh flowers are elegant and lovely, but artificial flowers will add lots of color to your festive event and saves money. Once you pick out your flowers, select the colors you want to use as your vase filler. The water beads need to be soaked in water. Soaking overnight is...

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Floating Daisies on Water Beads

Posted by on Aug 7, 2011 in Centerpieces, Portfolio |

Floating Daisies on Water Beads

Today, I’ve been working on another great design that look wonderful in my kitchen.  Using a small amount of water beads and a large bowl, simply place a 7-9 well-placed daisy flowers on top.  You can use fresh cut flowers from the garden or buy the artificial flowers from Michaels or other craft store....

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College-Themed Designs Using Water Beads

Posted by on Jul 24, 2011 in Videos |

College-Themed Designs Using Water Beads

Water beads in college colors add a great decorative touch to a college dorm room or apartment. Select water beads in the college colors and soak them for 5-6 hours or overnight. Use a mug that is plain or decorated with your school motif. Layer the water beads or mix them together. To make it even better add some lucky bamboo. The legend is that it brings good luck. Lucky bamboo works great with water beads and grows well in low light. Keep the water beads hydrated. The roots should be in...

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