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Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/193795423/custom-listing-80-bags-lace-rustic-favor

pretty much everything I want...

pretty much everything I want...

Rustic Wedding Day Schedule, I would do with a prettier bow

Rustic Wedding Day Schedule, I would do with a prettier bow

Image by Dominique Bader Photography#theweddingofmydreams @The Wedding of my Dreams

Image by Dominique Bader Photography#theweddingofmydreams @The Wedding of my Dreams

wedding menu on wooden sign #weddingmenu #rusticwedding #weddingchicks http://www.weddingchicks.com/2014/01/07/lace-and-burlap-wedding/

wedding menu on wooden sign #weddingmenu #rusticwedding #weddingchicks http://www.weddingchicks.com/2014/01/07/lace-and-burlap-wedding/

Anniversary. Instead of a photo booth, hang an empty picture frame from a tree branch at a rustic wedding reception.

Anniversary. Instead of a photo booth, hang an empty picture frame from a tree branch at a rustic wedding reception.

Wedding Toasting Glasses Rustic Toasting by InesesWeddingGallery

Wedding Toasting Glasses Rustic Toasting by InesesWeddingGallery

Balcony garden ... Perfect. Even includes the cat

Balcony garden ... Perfect. Even includes the cat

First, Firmly twist the crown off. It will come off fairly easily. Then take the crown and pull off the lower leaves until you have about an inch or more of the core. You don't need them and they will get in the way of rooting the pineapple. Fill a jar with water and plop your crown into the jar. Place your pineapple jar in an area that gets decent light. then Within two weeks, some nice roots should develop. Then you can plant the pineapple whenever you're ready.

First, Firmly twist the crown off. It will come off fairly easily. Then take the crown and pull off the lower leaves until you have about an inch or more of the core. You don't need them and they will get in the way of rooting the pineapple. Fill a jar with water and plop your crown into the jar. Place your pineapple jar in an area that gets decent light. then Within two weeks, some nice roots should develop. Then you can plant the pineapple whenever you're ready.

How To: Self-Watering Seed Starter Pots | Skruben

How To: Self-Watering Seed Starter Pots | Skruben