Geraniums grow like weeds, here at StoneGable. I love love love them! They are the stars of my outdoor pots with their big bursts of color and showy leaves. I crave their color inside too, but geraniums don’t thrive very well inside. Not a problem, I have a very easy and quick way to bring this bright and happy plant indoors. Let’s create a summery faux bloom in a pot!
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Creating pretty blooms in aged pots is so easy and they look very real too!
The geraniums sit in front of the window in my breakfast nook. I caught them with the sunlight streaming through them!
Here’s how easy it is to make these SUMMERY BLOOMS IN POTS…
- clay pot
- oasis styrofoam
- faux blooms on one stem
- green craft moss
I had an old pot that I had aged a few years ago for this little project. I cut the oasis with a serrated knife a little bigger than the pot opening. Then I squeezed it inside the pot, making sure it would not come out.
And finally, added the moss.
It’s that easy!
I can think of so many ways to use these blooms. But for now, the blooms are in the breakfast nook in front of a sunny window. So pretty!
I hope you will make a few for your summer home too!
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