Build a Fire Pit Gather around the fire with the kids late at night. Perfect for toasting marshmallows in summer or warming your outdoor space in spring or fall, fire pits are a gathering place on the patio. Make your fire pit from anything from flagstone slabs to small boulders. Tip: Research your local fire code and ordinances before beginning this project.
Moss Graffiti: Put in blender: one can of cheap beer (or 1 1/2 cups buttermilk), a few handfuls of moss, one teaspoon of sugar. Paint on wall and mist daily until it grows.
SBG thinks cans are cute but the little stencils on the step riser are darling. Renters...take a peek. I *knew* Pinterest would give me upcycling ideas for the 20 coffee cans on the top of my fridge that I can't throw away! (Yes, it was 50 cans-gave 30 to church for arts and crafts :) coffee can garden; Rosping
coffee can garden. Cute!
Garden path out of wood blocks. I LIKE that!
nice path and wall
Growing moss between flagstone: The first thing you need to do is pour a little beer into the cracks. This creates a fertile environment for the plant to grow. Then take equal amounts of moss and buttermilk or beer and grind the mixture in a blender. Pour it between each paver. Water the cracks often enough to keep the ground moist until the moss takes root.
i dig it
large stone, natural look