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A tuna fish can, a PVC pipe, a dollar store vase, and a candle crafted together will create elegant walkway or patio lighting. | 41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

Tips for growing Hydrangea | Live Dan 330

Tips for growing Hydrangea - Page 4 of 5 - Live Dan 330

Hammock Pergola, good idea, provides some shads, hand a plant at each end, maybe a shelf at each end to hold a beverage...

Frisbee Tic Tac Toe - Get a shower curtain from Dollar Tree and use cheap tape to make a Tic Tac Toe grid. Set a bunch of frisbees out and have the kids stand behind a line and see who has the best aim! -->LOVE THIS!

Well isn't this a duh moment :D Outdoor table (with storage!) made from terracotta pot and saucer.

Great idea! Place on patio tables: terracotta pot, tin foil, charcoal and lighter, BAM! Can even decorate pots to a theme for parties!

Very helpful in choosing plants for landscaping | protractedgarden

Rustoleum's NeverWet (invisible until it rains!) - awesome!

"Bug Off" in a Mason Jar! Add floating candles, citronella oil, mint, lemon, lime, & rosemary. Perfect to keep the bugs away for a backyard party.

A quick and simple project. To make one, you need a large terracotta pot, a terracotta tray {be sure it fits on the top of the pot}, and weatherproof paint. Paint a couple of coats of paint around the edge of the tray and the rim of the pot, let the paint dry completely, and set the tray inside the pot.

My husband made this for pit for me with existing brick we had leftover from the house.

No trees required, Prefect for when you want to lay out in the sun with some friends..

Only cost $42 to make!!! Dig a 2ft deep hole four feet around. Purchase 25 4x4x12 pavers and 12 flagstone pavers. put two bags of 3/4" river rock in the bottom.

I love this idea! It's made out of 2 x 4s. Not only is it way more affordable than buying but it can be sized to fit your space. I saw something similar in the Pottery Barn catalogue for thousands of dollars.

Pinner says: My neighbour has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works.

wow! what a cool way to use an old tire!