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DIY Tutorial: Grain Scoop Decor



It's been a rough two weeks. I'm still struggling with my recovery, mostly because everything is out of my control. Towards the end of last week, I finally started feeling a bit more human, I was able to focus, have an intellectual conversation and actually make it through a day without napping.

I decided to take a week off to focus on recovering and de-stressing. Today I felt like I actually had a chance to do something to relax and do a project of my own!

A few months ago, I was in Michaels and found these adorable grain scoops. I bought three of them, much to Dave’s confusion, I hung them, empty on the wall, where they sat for a few months. Today, I was off work, enjoying a nice vacation day, when I decided I wanted to do something fun. I had seen some Faux herbs wrapped in burlap and thought it would be cute in the scoops, so I decided to DIY it.

What you need:

  • Grain Scoops

  • Floral Foam

  • Burlap

  • Scissors

  • Faux Plants (I used Boxwoods)

  • Photo hanging wire

  • 3M Hooks


Step 1:

Take your floral foam and cut it to fit in your grain Scoop.



Step 2:

Wrap the floral foam in Burlap. You may find some hot glue will help keep this where you want it. I cut a length twice as long as the scoop, in doing this, I folded the piece over so it met at the halfway point, and placed my foam so I had a bit more burlap in the back than the front.


Step 3:

Place your burlap-wrapped foam back into the scoop. You’ll probably want to play around with it a bit to get the burlap to cover the foam and scoop perfectly.


Step 4:

Cut your boxwoods and insert them into the floral foam. You can arrange the boxwoods so they fill the scoop, I have taller pieces in the back, and getting a bit shorter towards the front.


Step 5:

The back of the scoops I bought have four legs, so I was able to use the picture wire and wrap it around the top two legs. I then hung a 3M hook on the wall (I live by these, ever since I had to patch my own walls HAHA).


Step 6:

Hang and enjoy!


What do you think? It was a simple and affordable project, and adding the greenery to the kitchen really makes these pop! I love the rustic, galvanized steel look combined with the greenery as well.


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Taryn It Up is a DIY and Lifestyle blog that is meant to inspire and empower women and men to take on projects outside of their comfort zone. Taryn Gibb offers DIY tutorials for easy DIY projects anyone can do at home. TarynItUp will show you how to renovate a kitchen, give you tips and tricks to renovate any room of your home and help you to pick the right decor to enhance any style. Complete your projects at your own risk.

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Whitby, Ontario

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