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I’m the type of person who tries to find inspiration in everything and every day. It motivates me to stay creative and colorful. When I was introduced to the new bottles at 7-Eleven, I knew I wanted to use them as an inspiration for a DIY project. I always go to my local 7-Eleven to purchase products late at night when all the retailers are closed; it’s definitely convenient for a night owl like me. Besides the amazing artwork on the LIFEWTR bottles, I also appreciate that every single drop of LIFEWTR is purified and pH balanced, with electrolytes for taste.
I make sure to carry a water bottle with me everywhere I go. LIFEWTR is premium water that helps restore my body, refresh my mind and enables my self-expression. I love how it makes me feel creative, expressive and inspired to add more color and Zen in my life. It’s always been a passion of mine to add more DIY posts on my blog. Finding inspiration through the beautiful artwork on LIFEWTR has allowed me to share brand-new DIY content with you guys.
DIY Colorful Table Zen Garden
Table Zen Garden Supplies:
Crystals or stones
Medium & mini plastic cups
Step 1: Start by layering the bottom of the plastic bowl with small white pebbles. This helps to fill up the bowl and helps keep the plants in place.
Step 2: I chose succulents from my garden. I used the potting soil and cut the succulents to place them in the bowl. For this step, take the mini plastic cups and fill them with potting soil.
Step 3: The nice thing about succulents is that once you cut them and place them in a separate pot, they can grow again from there. The most important thing to remember is to avoid watering them for a couple of days to allow the roots to dry. Make sure the cut succulents do not get any type of moisture for the next two days.
To make the colored chalks, separate the sands in plastic cups. I took the inspiration for the different colors straight from the LIFEWTR bottles.
Step 4: Take a spoon and start grating the chalk on top of the white sand. Once you grate enough chalk options, mix them up with the sand.
I created three different colored sands for this project.
Step 5: Start pouring the sand on top of the pebbles. Be creative here; there’s no right or wrong. Play with the colors and pour them in any direction.
Step 6: Place crystals or stones around the succulents. Take a spoonful of sand to pour around the crystals and succulents. It will allow you to cover up the potting soil.
My very own Colorful Table Zen Garden. Hope this inspires you to create your own colorful Zen garden. Thanks to LIFEWTR for inspiring me on the outside and providing hydration on the inside! Find more inspiration at ThirstForInspiration.com
What inspires you to be creative?