I just designed this cute baby shower invitation for a boy.  I just love the tiny polka-dot paper with the chocolate, blue and white, mixed with this sweet baby blue cardstock!  The chocolate satin ribbon adds a bit of elegance to this homemade invitation.  And, a crisp white cardstock base sheet pulls everything together! Please remember that all images used and included on my website are mine and should not be used on any other website or in any shop without my consent. December 17, 2010 By: MammacommentHomemade Christmas decorations are some of the most unique. Much like the popcorn stringing method, many people used to string cranberries using a standard needle and thread.
One of the greatest memories of decorating for Christmas, as a child, has to be the traditional paper chains. If you love the look of a lighted wreath, but don’t quite have a budget for one of the more expensive ones, consider another option. I’ve used a variety of trellises for my beans and cucumbers, mostly different types of trellises and topiary forms I had laying around. I wanted the trellises tall enough so that I don’t have to bend over too far to harvest, but they had to be short enough for me to easily reach the top. Hi Jenn, I've heard of people using cattle panel and wanted to build my squash arch out of that… but where do you buy it?
Concrete reinforcement wire from Home Depot is sold in huge rolls and by the sheet for about $8.
I think supports like this would work for tomatoes too, but you probably wouldn't need to arch them at the top.
Just wondering how the lettuces and other "cold weather" crops did in the shade under the trellis? Do you build several 28′ wide trellis when you are planting beans or peas so there is enough growing space? Humm… I have never had problems with birds eating anything from my garden (except the worms, ha, ha).
For tomatoes, my parents always used heavy gage wire fencing rolled into a cylinder and tied tight with wire. You can tell I like to use this color palette because it’s evident on the layout of my website and actually I used this same color scheme in my home! I used this beautiful cursive font and a dark brown ink for the text, but highlighted the name by using a seafoam color ink and enlarging the font size. To add a whimsical touch, I used this beautiful flourish clipart at the top of the invitation and lighten the original black color.
Before the final printing, I test printed on an inexpensive printer paper to see if the text location was correct.

Now, just attach the white cardstock to the chocolate cardstock using scrapbook mounting squares. And, remember…I can make this invitation for you for the bridal shower you’re hosting!! Thanks for visiting my blog and shop!  I'm a mom of 3, a wife and I have a passion for invitation design.  I've been creating homemade invitations for all occasions for a long time now and I want to share them with you!  Browse through my site to get ideas and inspirations for your own creations, or let me make them for you!
Start with a big bowl of popcorn (unbuttered, of course) and string it piece by piece using a standard sewing needle and thread. It takes up way less space in the vegetable garden than allowing vine plants to grow on the ground. I tried using some cool topiary forms last year, but they were too dense, making it difficult to find and harvest the vegetables. I decided to build an arch trellis so the vegetables would hang down and out of the foliage.
Attach the fencing to the posts: The type of posts I bought have notches on them that are specifically made for attaching this type of fencing. I like this arched design because it makes harvesting really easy and there's room underneath to grow short stuff like lettuce and spinach – which has worked out great for me! If so, do you leave space between each trellis to reach the vegetables that hang in the middle.
I have been looking all over the internet for an easy idea I don’t need help building. I would love for you to share it at the Krafty Inspiration Thursday Link Party over at Krafty Cards etc. Make sure there’s plenty of popcorn because, if you’re stringing it for garland, you’re going to need a lot. I thought it was funny how your son didn't want it because my picky eater didn't like mine either! I’ve also used straight trellises before, which I also find difficult for harvesting. Another thing I like about the arch trellis design is that I can grow lettuce, spinach, carrots, radishes and other short crops underneath the arches. You can make them shorter or longer depending on how tall you want the arch trellis to be, but don’t go much taller than this or you will need a center support. My favorite cucumbers to grow on my arch trellis are Lemon, Homemade Pickles and Marketmore. I often grow cucs to run along the walls of the greenhouse.Why do you wish your tellis's to be small enough for a greenhouse?

The cucumbers and beans hang down so they are easy to reach under the arch, which is one of the things I love the most about it.
Scotch tape is recommended and, if you use this when your child is young, the smell will always remind them of Christmas. The sun loving vines will shade the cold weather vegetables and keep them from bolting too fast.
My favorite types of green beans to grow on this arch are Kentucky Wonder and Blue Lake pole beans. The cattle panels are quite sturdy, but can be very difficult to bend and arch without help. I wouldn't mind if the cucumber trellises were taller, but the bean trellises are the perfect height. I will pound 3 sturdy stakes into the ground around the tomato plant, then tie the string around each stake, making a circle around the tomato plant. You can plant the seeds on either the inside or the outside of the arch (or both) it doesn’t matter. I live in the PNW and I think mold or fungus got to my cucumbers, so I am hoping a trellis will help with this problem (and of course save space). I let it grow until it’s long enough to easily pull, then just lay it down over the top to add more natural mulch. Once you have a complete circle, take another strip in an alternating color and run it through the first circle. Simply take the plain green wreath and wrap the lights around in a design similar to the stripes on a candy cane. Make sure that you place it near an electric outlet because there won’t be a lot of extra cord. You and your child will enjoy doing this together and it will create wonderful memories for you both. As people drive by, they will see a beautifully lit wreath in your window and they will have no idea that you saved a few bucks by wrapping the lights yourself.

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