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DIY elegant chicken wire candelabra. Would be great outside!

Beautiful DIY Chicken Wire Chandelier

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Free Plants!! • Tips and How-To's on propagating plants! Including how to propagate succulents by leaf cutting.

Free Plants!! | The Garden Glove

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Ghost Flowers. - Pinner said: "I did this with screening, clear plastic bottle bottoms and twinkle lights."

CHEZ FIFI: ROMANTIC NOTIONS

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  • Laurie Larkin

    No instructions on how to do this, what the material is, etc. :(

  • Marta McCall

    Looks like it's just metal screening from the hardware store, Laurie. Play around with it, you can figure it out. That's what I plan to do. :)

  • Laurie Larkin

    I don't have the time. I'm extremely busy and when I have time to do something, I need to know what I have to get for materials:( Always disappointing to me to follow a link(s) to an 'image'.

How to make Outdoor Light Balls. Great Idea to lighten up your porch or decorate your back yard

How to Make Outdoor Light Balls « Live More Daily

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DIY Tin Can Lanterns | Recycle tin cans into beautiful lanterns

Tin Can Lanterns-Craft by Photo

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How to Build a PVC Sprinkler for your Vegetable Garden There are a variety of options when it comes to making sure your garden is properly hydrated. #DIY #garden

How to Build a PVC Sprinkler for your Vegetable Garden

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Beautiful Gardenias

Flamant Flower Shop, Paris. Love the way the flowers are displayed in baskets

Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places, Stylish Things

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~ garden tool door handle

Garden Note #7: Displaying Small Garden Tools

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Urn with upside down iron flower pot holder. I did something similar to help sweet peas grow in pots.

Callian, Antikt & Brocante

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41 Awesome Potting Stations For Every Gardener

41 Awesome Potting Stations For Every Gardener | Shelterness

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