Stippling Flower

Something i did. Please be free to give any tips or comments. Thanks

Topic by ArtistVee 6 years ago


What is this flower, please? Answered

This single flower grew in my garden completely at random. I was so in love with the 'pom-pom' flower heads that I let it go to seed and planted hundreds of its seeds earlier this year. I have around 150-200 of the plants dotted around my gardens now to see where it thrives best. I have looked many times over this past year to identify the plant to no luck - can you help, please? I am in the the north of the UK, and this appears to flower in August time although I had only one early developer. The photo shows the plant in all its stages of flower, seeding and seed-bulbs. The flower itself lasts only a few days and had no scent. Many thanks! ;-)

Question by kevinhannan 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


flour shooting flower

watching this again inspired me to try and make my own, but can't find too much online in the way of ideas how to do it. any of you have any ideas how I could construct one? in the video he mentions it being co2 powered and the base is a faux sunflower. I was thinking about trying to start with a base from a cheap 20$ paintball gun. does anyone have any tips/hints before I get started on this? it was also suggested to buy one of these: http://images.halloweencostumes.com/squirting-sunflower.jpg and put flour in that, reloading could get tedious though.

Topic by rundevil 8 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Repotting flower plants

I tried repotting flowers from one pot to another but they die.  I am doing something wrong. How can I repot flower plants from one pot to another.  What soils and other items do I need and is there a certain size flower pot I have to repot them in or does it depend on how big I want the flower to grow.  I want to put these flower(s) plants on my patio.  Sometimes during the day my patio has a lot of sun and other times it does not.  What is the best flower plant(s) for this. What is the best way to take care of a repotted flower plant.

Topic by arev519 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


What Flower plant is this?

Question by pclasby 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Folding Edible Flowers?

 I'd like to make some edible flowers from some type foodie material, like pie dough or egg roll wrappers. is this possible? if so, are there any other materials I  could use?

Question by hawkfrost64 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Flowering plant identification

I live in Chicago, IL and have a plant in my garden that I can't identify.  It is a  perennial.  The leaves are smoke-green and look a bit like marijuana leaves.  The plant drapes over and is covered in single yellow blooms that close up at night time and reopen each day.  Each flower has five flat heart shaped petals.  There is no odor to either the plant or the flower.  I will try to attach pictures to help with identification.  Thanks!

Question by karenlayer 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Flower identification, please? Answered

This beauty belongs to my friend in S. Cal.   She says it blooms once a year then goes dormant (dies back) until the following year and repeats the cycle. Sorry, this is the only picture I have. Can anyone identify it?

Question by bajablue 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


how to make flowers out of fabric?

I am attempting to be crafty and want to learn how to make easy flowers and roses out of fabric...different types like silk, cotton etc.

Question by Calliejo 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


In Add Comment bockWhat is the meaning of " FEATURE COMMENT FLAG"and What Author has to do on that comment? Answered

On some project reader writes some comment and at the bottom there is a remark" FEATURE COMMENT FLAG" and then small block "REPLY" in Red color What Author has to do , What is the meaning of that

Question by nachiketa 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Flower Contest Winners Announced!

Instructables is happy to announce the winners of the [/contest/flowercontest Flower Contest!].Flower of all kinds were submitted and we were thrilled to see the creativity involved in each one. This contest also looks to have brought in some new family members related to users who have been here for a while. Kitewife joined Kiteman, linuxmom joined her son LinuxH4x0r, and Lil Mrs. Rig It has joined Mr. Rig It.It's great to see that the DIY spirit thrives through whole families and across generations. It's a beautiful thing.OK, on with the winners! First PrizeThe authors of these Instructables will each receive a Fiskars Bypass Pruner and an Instructables Robot t-shirt. How to Make an Easy Inverted Planter by laminterious How to make paper daffodils and narcissi!by stinkymum Flower Whirligig Robogigithingy by caitlinsdad Second Prize The authors of these Instructables will each receive an Instructables Robot t-shirt. Dried roses the easy way How to Update Your Garden Annually for Flowers, Veggies, or Vines. How to Draw a Love Flower A flowered baby blanket.

Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


What Flower is this please. Does anyone know?

Http://d.pr/i/qR9L http://d.pr/i/Ifj7 http://d.pr/i/PrxV http://d.pr/i/GBHm Thank you, by shop it should be canadian blueberry but I don't think so :D

Question by Pompaj 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


How do you force a flower bulb to bloom in the winter?

What kind of bulbs can be forced? Can they be forced in water, or does the bulb need soil?

Question by porcupinemamma 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Anyone know how to paint real flowers onto walls?

My friend works in a flower shop and is going to be redoing the bathroom there to make it fit into the flower theme.  I remember seeing somewhere real leafs painted onto walls.  It seems like what they did was somehow secure a leaf onto the wall (glue would create a flat spot behind the lead) and painted over it.  The effect was the wall had the texture of the leaves.  Anyone have a good idea how to secure the leaves to the wall without ruining the texture of the leaves, or maybe another way to get this effect?

Question by oi2342001 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Triple & double purple Moonflower seeds?

I am looking for triple and double purple Moonflower seeds. I have the white ones but would like to have seeds from the double and triple Moonflower.

Question by Judithanne 10 years ago


how to make artificial flowers Answered

How to make artificial flowers? Please include the step by step procedures.

Question by reezegardner 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


How to carve wooden flowers?

I have a need to hand carve wooden flowers and plants for outdoor use.

Question by TheDooZ 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Freeze drying flowers at home????

Ok, so I've done a little searching and so far no one has said this can be done without expensive equiptment so I'm not getting my hopes up.   Here's my idea:  Place my flowers in a container with silica gel, seal it, and put the whole thing in a deep freezer for a couple weeks.  Then I would unplug the freezer to allow the temperature to slowly rise.  I THINK the silica gel will eliminate the need for a vacuum by absorbing the moisture instead of pulling it out.  Its a long shot, I know.  Has anyone tried this?  Does anyone think it would work?  Has anyone found another way to preserve flowers so they maintain their shape and color? I plan on coating them in resin to use in jewelry designs so they need to look as fresh as possible. Thanks for any ideas you can give me!

Question by Nan118 7 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


CIY: Bold Flower Necklace

Growing up I use to love playing with Play-Doh.  Something about the color, the texture, and the smell.  Oh, the smell… I remember I use to play with this contraption that I would attach little people to, that had holes in the tops of their heads.  I would crank a lever and the little people would grow Play-Doh hair.  I had hours of entertainment cutting and re-growing hair.  Ipad what? Oh, how entertaining kids has changed. I never imaged that I would get the chance to play with clay again in my thirties.  To create my Oscar de la Renta look I decided to grab some clay and go to town.  Unfortunately this clay did not have the Play-Doh smell I remember, but I still had just as much fun creating with it. Click here for the full tutorial!

Topic by happy_creating 6 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago



can i dye arificial flowers with fabric dye? Answered

Will it work well on artificial flowers?

Question by naughtygirlys77 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


How do I count all of the world's flowers?

Question by ireceptar 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


want to remove a two layer flower bed .

2 layer  flower bed   that i want to be removed. however the flower bed is made out of  railroad ties  and steel bolts. however the  concern i have is  wwhen i remove the flower bed is i dont wantt my back yard flooded .  behind me is a  cementary and belived that is why the flower bed is s o high. i went around and ask my neighbors and none have this high flower bed and i want something  level to the ground.

Question by lisalenius 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


How to make shoe flower clip

Just came accross a site www.elite-dg.com.cn full of very beautiful shoe flower clips. Anybody knows how to make and share with us here ?

Topic by elitecn 9 years ago


where can I find instructions for decorating an edible flower basket cake?

I need to see how to make the basket pattern and form the flowers. Thanks :)

Question by 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


What Flower is this please. Does anyone know?

Found this Flower  in my garden.    It  is  very small  (less  than one inch across).

Question by Garden1st 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Votes are needed

It seems to me that not many people are voting in the Flower Contest.Of course, I have a vested interest, but I noticed that, when I first voted for Kitewife (well, you have to, don't you?), her 'ible jumped to fourteenth - that's nearly half way up the field.If one vote can have such an effect, then there can't be many votes being cast.Even if you didn't enter, even if you don't like flowers, these people have put a lot of work (and humour) into their entries, so at least have a look at them and vote for the deserving ones.Look, no spam - this is a sincere posting.

Topic by Kiteman 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


very interesting picture is needed to be found,help please?

I saw it once,it is a picture in the shape of a coffin with a girl looking at a flower which has its roots sourounding a coffin underground,there is also a picture of the picture i just decribed in a hand held coffin model. here is a crappy version of what its supost to look like,from my memory,if u can find it please say so

Question by zombiefire 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


What plant is this? i saw it on holiday.? Answered

I saw this on holiday and can't remember what it's called. anyone know??

Question by furby 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Datura

My datura has been flowering for about a month now, and it seems all the insects in the world have figured it out. It gets swarmed by moths, bees, flies, etc. every night now, so I ran out with my camera and caught some pics of the bees going crazah! The flowers bloom only at night and fade the following morning.  The fragrance is very strong and lovely, but the plant is DANGEROUS!  Native American people used the plant ritualistically to induce hallucinations, but consuming the plant can kill you.  Some people will develop contact dermatitis just from touching the soft, velvety leaves.  Despite its showy blooms and large leaves, the plant is drought tolerant and can take a lot of heat and sun.  It will self-sow readily, and I'm expecting a lot of seeds just gauging from how many blooms (and seed pods) I've had.  My plants are HUGE, and I never would have expected them to get so big so fast from little 4" pots.

Topic by AngryRedhead 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Does this 'ible qualify for the Garden Contest? Answered

From what I understand, it just has to be related to gardening in some way, so would my 'ible qualify? I noticed that one of the other current entries was only decoration for a garden, and I wondered if maybe mine counted as an aid, or a tool to gardening in some way? It doesn't matter if I can't enter it, I was gonna publish it regardless. Thanks.

Question by nickodemus 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


video of how to make flowers out of leather? thank you. Answered

Question by kihem 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


How can I make flowers out of dollar bills?

Green Flowers, folded and constructed from dollar bills. Prefer rose shape, but open to other types of flowers as well. No cutting, just folding. Thanks

Question by 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


how to make paper flowers easy

My youtube channel will help you make handmade products, DIY crafts such as crepe paper flowers, Quiet book, valentine card/gift, birthday card/gift, christmas card/gift, christmas card/gift,...  It is quite easy . There are a lot of kinds for you to make Flowers: peony, carnation, orchids,.... If you are interested in it please follow/like/comment my channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnvoThr2-6rfWITzEUQWTJg 1 how to make crepe paper flower - Sunflower   Easy and beautiful Paper Flowers - Gerbera paper tulip flowers to be continued...

Topic by duongjiangnan 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago



Does anybody know what type of flower this is? Answered

 I went shooting photos for subjects for my Summative Art Project, and i came across this flower. Its pretty, =P and I'd like to know what it is.

Question by FunkNattidelic 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


how do you draw a simple flower?

Question by awert240 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


GMO sun flower seeds, how can I tell? Answered

Hi fellow instrucablers, I planted some sunflowers a while ago and recently I collected the seeds from the flowers and replanted them.  The original seeds were from a packet which I threw away.  I've planted the new seeds and it's been a week and the haven't sprouted, I'm not sure if I was really unlucky or if the seeds have been genetically modified in order for them not to grow new plants.   I still have some seeds left over so I was wondering if there was anyway to tell if they have been modified somehow. Thanks a ton Sirnoodlehe

Question by SirNoodlehe 6 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


how do you make flower hair bows?

Question by jackievorst 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


how to decorate a flower girl basket?

I have 2 plain baskets and want to decorate it for the flower girls in my daughters wedding. Do anybody have any tutorials or videos that can help me?

Question by 10 years ago


how to decorate a flower girl basket?

I have 2 plain baskets and want to decorate it for the flower girls in my daughters wedding. Do anybody have any tutorials or videos that can help me?

Question by 10 years ago


How to make a puppy flower bouquet

Hi, I would love to make my own puppy bouquet for christmas. Does someone know how to make? I would love to see an instuctable about doing this Thanks, knarx

Topic by knarx 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


How to make natural flower jewelry? Answered

I have searched everywhere and cannot get any info on this. I am trying to get instructions on aking real (natural) rose & natural flower and leaf jewelry. I have seen these for sale, but there is never any info on how to do it. They are still in their 3d shape and some even remain soft and pliable. I think it is down with resin , poly resin, or acrylic. An example can be seen at: www.firemountain.com after you reach the website, in the search box enter item # H20-7497JW I am also posting a photo for you to see. As I said, there is NOTHING on any sites with instructions. Thanks so much, Patti Meadows

Question by Botanical Blessings 10 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Can I make custom terra cotta flower pots?

I would like to make some rectangular terra cotta flower pots with raised fleur-de-lis designs for my front porch. Is there a way to do this? What supplies would I need to make the pots and the molds?

Question by cassels1 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


how do I trim a straw hat with fresh flowers? Is there any way to incorporate a water supply into the trim somehow?

How long will greenery last before wilting? I plan to be outside all day.

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Options for making a moving/wiggling stem for a flower toy?

I am NOT talking about those flower desk toys that make the entire flower wave. What I would like is to make a toy flower that had a stem that could wiggle if you pushed a button or triggered a sensor. It would move like the picture below. I have no idea what the mechanism would be inside the stem so I would like some ideas on that. The simplest/cheapest mechanism would be the best option. Thank you!

Question by Sarjo Pepper 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


(newsletter) Spy Cam, High Speed Video, Flower Buying Guide...

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Topic by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Are LEDS used in GROW LED LAMPS any different from regular, colored LEDs?

I've seen grow LED lamps for plants and flowers go for $100 to $200 on ebay and they look like simple red and blue LEDs in a lamp unit. These days anyone can do a lamp with LEDs since we have a wide variety of LEDs, drivers and casings at our disposal and at a very affordable price. Even if you add the cost of research and develpment and a healthy profit to remain in business into the cost of the device, I don't think the ratio cost-price of those lamps is fair. Those grow lamps seem to be a scam to me, unless the LEDs/drivers used on them are really more expensive than the widely available in the market. I am more inclined to think they priced their lamps artificially to cater to its intended market: deep-pocket obsessed gardeners, weed grow-op guys, fancy growers, etc. Why is that these lamps are that costly? What is the magic behind them or do they have "NASA" technology on them or what? Thanks for your input

Question by arirang777 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Free Patch Giveaway- Closed!!

It's Spring and I'm giving away flower patches.  Name a flower and I'll do my best to send you a patch with that flower on it. If you are not into flowers, I can send you a bird patch (just name the bird that you want). Limitations: One patch per person, please nothing to obscure that I can't find on Google.         Sorry I've run out of Patches :(   

Topic by ChrysN 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Help Me to Make a Flower Using Crystal

Please Anybody can help me to Make a Flower using crystal. several crystal items were in shop. so pretty. then i though to make one. please share with me. thanks. Note. i am a new one to this forum!

Topic by mnms1983 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago