Alejandra Sanfelice

Alejandra Sanfelice

Alejandra Sanfelice
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Christmas Decorations: Easy paper stars: These homemade Christmas ornaments bring me much attention. These paper stars are very easy to make with paper, glue and scissors, which can also serve to recycle scraps of wrapping paper or colored pages that you have not used complete. (translated from Spanish with Google translate)

Christmas Decorations: Easy paper stars: These homemade Christmas ornaments bring me much attention. These paper stars are very easy to make with paper, glue and scissors, which can also serve to recycle scraps of wrapping paper or colored pages that you have not used complete. (translated from Spanish with Google translate)

Monkey orchids!  Yes, they're real flowers.

Monkey orchids! Yes, they're real flowers.

Phalaenopsis or moth orchids in blue and white china pot, I've wanted one like this for years

Phalaenopsis or moth orchids in blue and white china pot, I've wanted one like this for years

Bird Feeder

Bird Feeder

22 Hard To Kill Houseplants

22 Hard To Kill Houseplants

Self watering hanging basket

Self watering hanging basket

Have your own supply of fresh onions, year round, on your windowsill. With this genius and space saving idea you'll be able to grow your own crop of delicious and crunchy onions. You don't need to have your own garden! Continued.

Have your own supply of fresh onions, year round, on your windowsill. With this genius and space saving idea you'll be able to grow your own crop of delicious and crunchy onions. You don't need to have your own garden! Continued.

Clever and easy to do, space saving annual flower pots.  Take a 4 high tomato stake, and your clay 6 pots.  Place the stake in the ground at least 12, then put the drainage holes in bottom of pots through stake and tip, creating a zig zag pattern.  Fill with soil and your favorite annuals.  Anything cascading or trailing works well like Bacopa, trailing petunias, vinca, million bells, etc.

Clever and easy to do, space saving annual flower pots. Take a 4 high tomato stake, and your clay 6 pots. Place the stake in the ground at least 12, then put the drainage holes in bottom of pots through stake and tip, creating a zig zag pattern. Fill with soil and your favorite annuals. Anything cascading or trailing works well like Bacopa, trailing petunias, vinca, million bells, etc.