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By Rebekah Lowin

Why let Mother Nature have all the fun? Take some credit for a pop of greenery in your own home with this week's DIY project. We reached out to Erica Domesek, founder of the lifestyle blog PS - I Made This, to show us how it's done.

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With a bit of air plants and neon paint, you'll be taking care of a few new plants in no time.


  • Glass bulb
  • Paracord
  • Paint marker
  • Moss or dried lichen (You can find faux moss at most craft stores.)
  • Rocks
  • Air plant
  • Jump ring
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  1. Using a paint marker, add a pop of color to the rocks.
  2. Soak your air plant, submerging in water at room temperature for 10-20 minutes, then set aside on paper towel.
  3. Fill your glass bulb with the rocks. Layer moss and top it off with the air plant.
  4. Connect a jump ring to the top of the glass bulb then loop a long piece of paracord and hang where desired.
  5. Create a few arrangements in different colors for a fun mix.

Note: Air plants are very easy to take care of, even if you don't have a natural green thumb. We promise. Simply place in indirect sunlight and spritz every week with a water atomizer.

For more fun DIY projects, check out our DIY & Crafts Pinterest board.