It’s that time of year, the time when your summer garden starts dying- or at least mine is- and the frosty morning start being more common.
I was shocked at how well my cacti and succulents are doing- and needed a way to bring them in without having random pots sitting around and water getting everywhere when I watered them.
If you follow me on Instagram, I hinted at creating a super simple craft using this chunk of birchwood- and I wasn’t kidding when I said it was simple! 🙂
I created a quick plant stand by sealing a chunk of Birchwood with 2 coats of Polyurethane sealer. Later on I’ll attempt to find little hairpin legs for the stand, but I’ve had no such luck finding miniature ones. Any ideas?
It adds some color and nature to my work area, and the birchwood stand helps keep water from gathering on my work surface.
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