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Top 100 Flowers Projects

  1. 16. Vegetation Nutrition (00:22)

    See what scraps from the kitchen can be used to feed your garden.

  2. 17. Flowery Ice Cubes (01:22)

    Liven up summertime drinks with a little flower power when you entertain.

  3. 18. Fabulous Flower Garden (03:54)

    This front yard went from flat line to fabulous. See the transformation.

  4. 19. How to Force Flower Bulbs

    Bulbs can be tricked into blooming well before their normal time, filling the house with sunny flowers.

    Time:
    Several Months
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  5. 20. How to Turn Riding Boots Into Floral Vases

    DIY Network shows you how to add equestrian flair to your decor with floral vessels made from leather riding boots for an equestrian-st...

  6. 21. Flowers for Mom (00:01:56)

    Arrange her flowers yourself and start with these easy tips from the pros.

  7. 22. Island of Flowers (03:20)

    Spice up that dull bit of lawn with an island of colorful flowers.

  8. 23. The Basics of Urban Gardening (01:00)

    Fun ways to have a garden without the yard!

  9. 24. Edging a Flower Bed (01:00)

    Give your landscaping a finished appearance with brick borders.

  10. 25. Retro Flower Curtain Panels (02:47)

    Sew easy fabric screens to brighten up any room with color.

  11. 26. How To Make a Flower Halloween Costume

    DIY Network has instructions on how to make a simple-sew flower costume for Halloween.

  12. 27. How To Make a Fabric Flower

    DIY Network has instructions on how to make fabric flowers that you can turn into corsage or hairpiece, or them sew onto a belt, pillow...

  13. 28. Cool Key Chain and Valve Cover (06:46)

    Flip out over these funky flower key chains and designer tire valve caps.

  14. 29. Wedding Planning: Working With Vendors and Staying Organized

    DIY Network shares some of the secrets of successful wedding planning.

  15. 30. Mexican Folk Art Flowers (01:47)

    Create your own version of Mexican folk art with fruit juice cans.

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