6 Ways to Cozy Up Your Front Porch
6 Ways to Cozy up Your Front Porch
This idea comes from Sarah 101 on HGTV. Cut out your favorite shapes from leftover wallpaper and attach them to the wall (see the alligator in the corner in this child's room she did?). I cut out 2 large fleur-de-lis' from paper used below the chair rail in my diningroom & flanked them on either side of my diningroom window. Cool and cheap art.
This is genius, placing 2 twin beds end to end along one wall.
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DIY:: This is a FABULOUS TUTORIAL ! How to Make A Garden Fountain Out Of Anything ! Simple Step by Step Instructions ! by @A Cultivated Nest
1tsp epsom salt in 4 c warm water....spray on plant and then 10 days later. produces more fruit due to boost of magnesium... especially for tomatoes, peppers and roses @Jason Hayley Hansen
LOVE the umbrella nestled down in the planter! Cut 2-inch ABS pipe to the height of the pot. Center it inside and anchor in place with a layer of gravel on the bottom, quick-setting concrete in the middle, and soil on top. Plant the pot with flowers, and slide the umbrella into the pipe sleeve. A 5-foot length of pipe and 50-pound bag of Quikrete Fast-Setting concrete mix.. about 11$ total.
DIY Planter Umbrella Stand by sunset.com: Love this planter umbrella stand which does double duty to stabilize the umbrella in strong winds. #DIY #Backyard_Projects #Planter_Umbrella_Stand #susnet_com
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How to build a hot bed out of recycled glass bottles DIY - Grow plants normally not in your zone. The idea is simple: the sunlight warms up the air inside the glass and expands. The heated air is pushed through the bottle neck into the soil warming it, and the plant growing in the soil.
That's what Core Glow pebbles are. The pebbles are made of an aggregate of synthetic materials (basically a mashup of a bunch of different elements), resin and a hint of photo luminescent pigments. When exposed to sunlight, the pigments in the stone perk up and get excited. As day turns into night, the rocks emit an afterglow. They naturally illuminate a driveway to create a sparkling pathway that requires absolutely no electricity.