backyard splash pad! No up keep. Small footprint. Cheaper than a pool. Safer than a pool. Awesome. In the winter put a fire pit and chairs on it.

backyard splash pad! No up keep. Small footprint. Cheaper than a pool. Safer than a pool. Awesome. In the winter put a fire pit and chairs on it.

Small Storage Sheds • Ideas & Projects! With lots of Tutorials! Including this storage shed kit project from 'the cavender diary'.

Small Storage Sheds • Ideas & Projects

Small Storage Sheds • Ideas & Projects! With lots of Tutorials! Including this storage shed kit project from 'the cavender diary'.

10 Creative Ideas to Make an Outdoor Oasis for Kids this Summer | Apartment Therapy

10 Creative Ideas to Make an Outdoor Oasis for Kids this Summer

put glow sticks in a balloon and put them all over your yard...great idea for a summer party. its kind of like an obstacle courseNEED TO DO

15 DIY Ideas To Create A Heavenly Backyard

put glow sticks in a balloon and put them all over your yard...great idea for a summer party. its kind of like an obstacle courseNEED TO DO

DIY Projects - Outdoor Games - Do It Yourself Connect Four or Four in a Row Game - Easy Woodworking Project - So fun for backyard parties - Tutorial via The Home Depot Blog

Do it Yourself Outdoor Party Games {The BEST Backyard Entertainment DIY Projects}

DIY Projects - Outdoor Games - Do It Yourself Connect Four or Four in a Row Game - Easy Woodworking Project - So fun for backyard parties - Tutorial via The Home Depot Blog

moss graffiti - • Collect 3-4 hands full of moss and put in a blender with 700ml of luke warm water. • Add 3-4 tablespoons of water retaining gel • Add 120 ml of buttermilk • Pulse the blender until the gel forms • Pour mix into bucket. • Paint on rough concrete/wooden surfaces. • keep an eye on the weather, if dry, mist weekly to make sure the moss re-grows. The water retaining gel will be of benefit here. • After about three weeks you should see your artwork growing in front of you.

moss graffiti - • Collect 3-4 hands full of moss and put in a blender with 700ml of luke warm water. • Add 3-4 tablespoons of water retaining gel • Add 120 ml of buttermilk • Pulse the blender until the gel forms • Pour mix into bucket. • Paint on rough concrete/wooden surfaces. • keep an eye on the weather, if dry, mist weekly to make sure the moss re-grows. The water retaining gel will be of benefit here. • After about three weeks you should see your artwork growing in front of you.

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