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    3.22.13

    Whether your green thumb – or square footage – allow you the luxury of a full-on home garden or not, use this DIY as an excuse to get your hands dirty this weekend!

    Kokedama are small, Japanese-style hanging planters that use just a little moss and string to create the most stunning Zen-like display. Using the right soil is key, but the materials are simple. Gather them up and create just one for a patio space or make up to a dozen for gifts and garden parties!

    • Here's what you'll need...

      Small plant
      Heavy clay mud or bonsai soil
      Potting soil
      Moss
      Twine

    • Find the instructions here...

      The full instructions for creating your kokedama can be found at Makezine's blog. Gather your supplies, follow the instructions and enjoy a green weekend!

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    1. I will try this it is super cute! Will gather some moss from the wilderness paths!

      Liz | 04.25.2013 | Reply
      • Lovely! Tweet us a picture at @chalkboardmag!

        The Chalkboard | 04.25.2013 | Reply

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