Oh, the Possibilities ! Draped Hypertufa Pots
How about a whole new look for a homemade planter? Try some draped hypertufa pots. These are cement pots or cement fabric pots made from the same mixture as we make hypertufa, but we make
So when I was at my mom’s house a while back, the kids and I decided to to a project for Nana. My mom loves to garden, so we thought a garden project would be perfect for her. At Michael̵…
Stone Flowers Garden Art Star Flower | Etsy
I will include FREE shipping with this item... Notice: The first 2 photos are the Stone Flower for sale. I photographed them on a concrete sidewalk to show the thickness and texture clearly. The remaining pictures are other examples of my work. This STONE FLOWER is one of a kind, hand- chipped from Ohio Sandstone. This sculpture is 16-17across and 21/4" thick. It weighs 20lbs. I hand chip each piece of stone and when arranged into the flower, becomes a personal garden feature. The natural…
The Upcycled Garden Volume 2: Using Recycled Salvaged Materials In Your Garden
The Upcycled Garden: Ideas for using recycled and salvaged materials in your garden by Laura Beth Love of Dishfunctional Designs.
My buddy mike visited yesterday. He is an avid appreciator of just about everything, and thus has a lovely outlook on life. One of the things on top of his pile of loves is gardening. I really enjoyed the photos he shot with his iphone and the Histamatic app. Hipstamatic which has the cute tag line of "digital never looked so analog". LOL. Nice to see the garden through the lens of another. :-)
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As the seasons come and go, so do our decorating needs. If you have a revolving door of seasonal decorations that you’re just sick of, and want to change things up, why not try a little DIY therapy? Here are some great ideas that you can make yourself to spice up your home for each season. You might just have some fun while you’re at it. Winter Wintertime is a nice time to decorate, because it brings back memories of your childhood and incorporates familiar, cozy aromas that amp up the cozy…