Category Archive for: ‘Month February Week 2’

Two kinds of soap come out of this project: soap stars and bars. Turn the stars into soap-on-a-rope and give them, and the bars, as gifts.

Rosemary Lemon Soap-on-a-Rope {Stars and Bars}

Soap-on-a-rope is more than just a catchy rhyme. It’s a decorative way to display soap that also keeps it from getting soft or sitting in a little soap puddle in your shower or bath. These rosemary lemon soap-on-a-rope stars come straight from the garden into the holiday gift-giving season. This project is extra special because it creates two types of soap …

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If you are looking for simple way to get creative with colleagues or to add some art therapy to your book club, here are some creative ideas for hosting a hip coloring party, that trades in the sippy cup for a wine glass.

Come on, Get Crafty: Host an Adult Coloring Party!

I recently hosted a coloring party with friends, but not the same kind that I used to have as a kid. As a creative person, I can’t get enough adult coloring, and I wanted to share it with my friends. We gathered for a fun evening of sipping wine, chatting, and coloring in our favorite books. If you are looking for simple way …

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Growing Hellebores Essential Guide 1

Hooray for Hellebores! Read All About These Elegant Evergreen Beauties

Hellebores create excitement in gardeners that pales in comparison to other perennials. Their delicate blooms are shy—they hang their heads hiding the most beautiful ruffles, freckles, and colors from passersby. As pretty as they are, they aren’t the most showy flowers out there, so why do gardeners love them so much? Because when they start to bloom, we take it as the starting gun …

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Haunting Ruse Black Lenten Rose Hellebore

5 Stunning Hellebore Varieties You MUST See!

Hellebores (Hellborus) are commonly known as Lenten Rose given their blooms are a late winter / early springtime staple in zone 4-9 shade gardens.  The toothed, green leaves are leathery and stay evergreen through a mild winter. Damaged leaves are quickly replaced in late winter to early spring adding a necessary lift to garden early in the year. Hellebore flower heads hang upside-down and their true beauty cannot be completely appreciated. …

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Sprouted Bean Seeds In Plastis Pots Supersowsunday

The Ultimate Seed Starting Guide

If you are hoping to sow seeds early in the season, and start your garden truly from scratch, then I have put together a guide covering the many essential posts from the Garden Therapy Seed Starting Series. You will find all that you need here to start a vegetable, herb, or flower garden from seed. From the basics for beginners to helpful tips …

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FREE Lifes A Garden Coloring Page From GardenTherapy

Life’s a Garden FREE Adult Coloring Page

Have you heard? Adult coloring is all the rage! It’s fun, challenging, and leaves you with some fabulous artwork! I’ve commissioned a gorgeous adult coloring page from an artist I admire and I’m excited to share it with you for free! But first, have you seen the Garden Therapy Coloring Book? Just like this free page, I commissioned artists to …

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