Port-a-Plant @ Chronicle Books. Add some color and fun to a desktop and a smile to someone’s face with Port-A-Plants’ easy to assemble paper plants. Unless a pair of scissors is involved, there is no way to kill this cheery trio of paper plants.
Brighten up any room with this paper flower bouquet DIY. To start, draw flower and leaf shapes on craft paper — no need to worry if they don’t look perfect. Next, cut the shapes out and glue them on f (Diy Step Shelf)