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Great bedding site, most sets under $100.

Thrifty and Chic - DIY Projects and Home Decor

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How to Divide House Plants - Whats Ur Home Story

How to Divide House Plants - Whats Ur Home Story

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Previous pinner said: DIY Button Tufted Headboard. Saw this on HGTV so easy to do! I'm so doing this for my King size bed!!

Involving the Senses: DIY Button Tufted Headboard

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What a great dog house. Can go inside if they want, or out on the porch if they want and still contained without having to be on a chain. Plus no mud when it rains.

Oh good, I've been looking for a trap big enough for those pesky kids that keep getting into my garden... I realize this is a playhouse structure, I just couldn't help myself.

10 Ways to Make Today Magical

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Life-size Kerplunk game (with instructions).

13 DIY Backyard Games and Play Structures

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Sempervivum Plant - Calcareum A pretty alpine plant. Spreading mats of fleshy rosettes. Amongst the easiest of plants to grow, they will tolerate heat, drought and neglect and still manage to thrive! Alpines are a range of plants that have their origins in alpine, mountainous climates. They can be grown in patio containers, an old sink, between paving stones, in dry-stone walls or in a rockery - so are perfect for small, modern gardens, patios or balconies.

Sempervivum Plant - Calcareum at Suttons Seeds

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Garden stepping stone made from concrete and beach finds - pretty shells and colorful pebbles

Garden stepping stone made from concrete and beach finds - pretty shells and colorful pebbles.

This website is seriously the COOLEST site for homeowners! Just type in what you want to do/fix around your home and the website tells you how to do it!

A wine bottle border for the garden?! Well...now there's another reason to drink more wine! :) the neck of the bottle is in the ground.

Mosquito repelling “Creeping Thyme” plant. It has citronella oil that makes it smell lemony. Put in planters on the patio.

Blue Queen Salvia - You are sure to enjoy summer-long beauty year after year with this rich violet-blue salvia. This garden-favorite perennial is a member of the mint family, performing well and blooming brilliantly with a lovely fragrance. Butterflies love it as well. Heat- and drought-resistant hybrid explodes with plump spikes in midsummer. Flowers have long staying power well into fall. It is easy to care for. Grows 15-18" tall, 12-18" wide

These pots could not be simpler-sticks and lights. Fab via Dirt Simple by Deborah Silver

Careless Gardener: The top five plants for low maintenance gardens