DIY Portable FIESTA Grow Garden Bags

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With spring just around the corner I am DREAMING of sunshine and flowers. But mostly SUNSHINE 🙂

This year we now have a trampoline taking up half of our back yard which means no more garden beds. This got me to think of alternative ways to create a garden and use the space and sunlight we have as efficient as possible.

In researching I found a lot of apartment/condo living folks use grow bags to help make their plants portable as well as customize the size they need for the size of outdoor space they may have available to them.

For special veggie varieties, this article talks about grow bag advantages.

Here is an article on using the actual compost bag as a grow bag… although, what’s the fun in that?

 

As utility as these articles on grow bags are, I really wanted to come up with my own that would also add a little style to my garden.

 

Fiesta Garden Grow Bags

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Supplies:

Oly-Fun material- variety colors (Fairfield World)

Glue- Tacky Glue (I love to Create) or Hot Glue (Adhesive Technologies)

ScanNCut

Sewing Machine (optional)- Brother Innovis 950D

Crystals- Connie Crystal

Your favorite Plant or Flowers

 

Watch this video on how to make this project:

These bags can be used indoors too! Ditch the plant and dirt to use these cute bags as totes, or storage bags.

For Kids stuff:

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And for craft and house hold supplies too!

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This super easy craft makes for a world of possibilities for your home. Change the color, design or size to fit any household need.

Thanks for stopping by! I would love to hear what type of gardening tips you can share… I tend to kill just about everything I try and grow. I am hoping these grow bags will help make my black thumbs GREEN 🙂

This post is one of the Designer Craft Connection monthly inspiration posts from some of the Craft Industries favorites. This month we are working with Connie Crystal and were given some product to try out. For more inspiration and tutorials, use the widget below to access tons of FREE tutorials and techniques.

 

 

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