A retro-striped wall, starting succulents, and bubbling brewing wine in this week's reader photos

April 9 |

Good Monday, Homies! Here's a quick trip through the Offbeat Home Flickr pool to get us all up and at 'em for the week.

Late March 2012
le papillon vert is getting the garden ready.

We don't have a good feeling about this, but the late-night batch on dandelion wine is on its way.
We spent a late night session starting these jugs of dandelion wine. We're not optimistic, but they're bubbling away!
Kara gets a gold star for her use of gold leaf on this dresser redo!
Rex propagation
Le papillon vert again, starting some succulents.
Whosjaja wishes us all a happy spring with her lovely, gently dyed Easter eggs.
LOVING this loft, showcased by Damz. Notice the stripes painted on the walls?

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  1. Ms. Rocketship- you appear to have typed 'phtoos' instead of 'photos' in your title. (consider this a "You have spinach in your teeth" or "your fly is unzippered"). ­čśÇ

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    • I think we should all ues the word phtoos from now on for the monday montage. I have this wonderful vision of the editors literally spitting awesome pictures at us… "PHTOO!"

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      • Q: Does it work even if we don't have an Editz account? I'm never sure if they actually go through…

  2. Sweet, two photos in a post! I have a confession to make… my propagation exercise wasn't very successful. I am going to redo the project, but that'll teach me about posting before results are in! Hey, it's all a learning experience, right?

  3. Oh, that's how we died the eggs this year! They came out great, and my stepmom was so excited to reveal each one.

  4. hmm…. i have spares of both succulent-bits and toilet paper rolls…. i could make them into plants…..

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