Saturday, 18 February 2012

I'm guest posting

This week I am guest posting over at 'Leavesnbloom studio'.

For those of you who are familiar with Rosies blog you will be well aware of the quality within it and so will understand my excitement at being asked to guest post there, especially as this is the first guest post EVER for both myself and 'leavesnbloom studio'.
For those of you who aren't familiar with Rosie and / or her blog you really should head on over there and check it out.
Rosie is a natural gardener highly trained in the Horticulture business, skills that she puts to use within her own garden.
In Rosies own words her blog "is also a journal of the wildlife, flora, fauna and natural history that this area of scenic Scotland has to offer".
Not only is Rosie an accomplished gardener but a fabulous photographer too and her blog has a Fine Art Shop with some amazing images.
'leavesnbloom studio' also hosts a ColourMe Weekly challenge which I luuuurve to take part in and to top it off there's Freebies too - we all love freebies right!

When choosing what to write about for the guest post both Rosie and I decided a more in depth tutorial to my 'Greenhouse space saver' and Milk carton plant labels would be a great idea.

 garden space saver, plastic plant labels, recycled plant pot, craft storage

 plastic plant labels, recycled plant labels, milk carton labels

This tutorial was very popular when I first posted it and so I created a whole new tutorial with step by step instructions and photos for both the space saver and the plant labels.
Plus the finished item is amazingly versatile, not only can it be used as a seedling holder, veg holder, herb holder etc etc but would also make a fabulous craft storage idea for pens, paints, fabrics, beads etc.

So head on over to 'leavesnbloom studio' and let us know what you think. I'd also love to hear from anyone that has had a go at making the space saver.

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leavesnbloom said...

Thankyou so much Linda for sharing the link love with your readers :)


Clint Baker said...

Thats a great Idea!