Best Ponds from Readers Yards These tales of outdoor transformations may just inspire you to build a pond of your own. Pond on deck Via This Old House Best Ponds from Readers Yards a backyard pond in Canton, Georgia
I just love this lion with a pine cone as its mane. Its the time of the year conkers and pine cones are falling all around us and children are frantically collecting what they can. This lion is so creative and fun way to use an old fallen pine cone.
Hazelnuts glued together (using a lit to get an even circle) The result is a christmastree-ornament in the form of a wreath! ~I~ You could use chestnuts - and instead of glue - use needle and sisal-string.
Garden markers add personality to a garden and help you remember which row is tomatoes and which is peppers. Gather (or purchase) river rocks, some paint markers (pick up Sharpie brand at The Home Depot) and create these cute river rock plant markers.