Urban Jungle Bloggers – Plant Shelfie + Link Love

November 20, 2015

urban jungle bloggers ujb plant shelfie adorablestNovember Urban Jungle Bloggers theme is Plant Shelfie.  Except at the moment I have no shelves to place plants on for a shelfie!

The photo above is taken on a mobile kitchen trolley and previous pictures for this series have been taken on the bedside dresser, the dining table and a vintage ‘telephone’ stand – the magic of photography, eh 😉

Very soon, they’ll be some floating shelves put up to arrange all my plants and have their own space, but they weren’t quite ready (installed) and I thought I’d improvise because otherwise I’ll miss the boat for November’s theme. So here is the world’s smallest plant shelfie not on shelves 🙂

You can find the tutorial for the DIY – Kokedama Teddy Bear HERE and if you like the Hello Print, you can find it in my Etsy Shop HERE. I currently have a Black Friday Sale on – Use Coupon Code BLACKFRIDAY2016 to receive 50% off, but only until November 28 2015.

Catcus Print also available … I designed it from scratch 🙂 … (hehe 🙂 sorry)

catcus print available adorablestshop etsy adorablest

Note: Just printing from this image will not give a good result, as the resolution has been reduced.

Please go to AdorablestShop on Etsy to purchase.


Being Friday, it is also Link Love time …

Paint a Hexagonal Hello Sign from Sisters What

Frugal Gal’s Hello Shirt Tutorial by Allison at Dream a Little Bigger

Using a Scroll Saw to Make a Hello Sign looked easy when Rachel made it!

(re: Read my post Craft Fails – When to Just Buy It)

No extra special equipment needed for this DIY Gold Dipped Hello Tote Bag and a

Couple of ways to Make a Giant Cross Stitch Hello here and here


Don’t forget to check out the Plant Shelfies on Urban Green Bloggers for some inspiration. Urban Jungle Bloggers is a monthly series hosted by two bloggers -Igor from Happy Interior Blog and Judith from JOELIX.com.

Every month bloggers from everywhere share ideas to create an urban jungle through styling ideas, DIYs and green tips & tricks. Join in the Fun!

For those in the heat of the Australian (not even) summer, stay cool if you can! I have to work – outdoors, so I’ll be plastering on the sunscreen and a hat.


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