DIY Cactus Plants - Avanti Morocha
- Author: Adam Floyd Feb 08, 2018,
Feb 08, 2018, 7:34
I've always liked plants, but I'm really bad at taking care of them, I always forget to water them, even kill my cactus. This should be the reason why I like paper plants.
This time design 3 types of cacti, which are guaranteed to last for a long time. The best thing about these cacti is that they do not prick you, so they are an excellent addition to decorate the nursery or any space in the house. You can also use them as gifts (souvenirs) of events, the truth they look very cute.
I draw the molds to make it easier to arm the cactus. You can download them from my blog using their social networks. You can also purchase a package that includes 3 PDF, PNG and SVG files, and is available in my Etsy store. Remember that you can order custom from any of my projects in my Etsy store.
I hope this DIY has liked and if they do not forget to share a photo on my Facebook page or tag me on Instagram I would love to see how they fit.
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I love plants, but let me I'm terrible at taking care of them. I always forget to water them. I even killed my cactus. This may be the reason why I love paper plants. This time I designed 3 beautiful cacti, they are guaranteed to last for a very long time, the best part is these beautiful cacti will not poke you, so you can use them as décor for your kid's room or any other place around the house The cactus plants will also make adorable event favors. They simply look amazing.
I drew the patterns to make it easy for you to assemble the cacti; you need to use your social media to download the patterns from my blog. You could also buy a package that includes a PDF, PNG to SVG files from my Esty shop. Remember, you can always request a custom order of any of my DIYs using my Etsy shop.
Click on the link below to download the pattern
Cactus plants patterns
• Cotton Lace
• Acrylic and Spray Paint
• Crepe or
• Ceramic pots
• Cotton twine
• Tacky glue
• Acrylic, spray paint