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Outdoor Decorating


Outdoor Decorating

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Recycled Wine Bottle Chime, Windchime, Tumbled Glass, Beach Glass, Mobile, Copper Wire

tier landscaping ideas | tier landscape with landscape blocks - DIY, About 400 patio blocks ...

3 tier landscape with landscape blocks - DIY

roomzaar.com

How-to make mosaics....very complete web page with lots of info and various forms described. Make some art for your garden!

How To Mosaic: Art For Your Garden

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Strainer Planter Wind Chimes

hometalk.com

put sideways pot anywhere with a solar light behind flowers very pretty.

On Second thoughts: Delightful Garden Ideas

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Great idea for a walkway (use concrete stain)

10 Garden Mosaic Projects • Lots of Ideas & Tutorials!

10 Garden Mosaic Projects | The Garden Glove

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Pond-less Waterfalls and many more fantastic waterfalls.

Painted Screen Doors - what fun! For an outdoor kitchen or garden shed maybe? @ Jacque Cox

Old screen door...I like the idea of decorating between the garage doors :)

Hanging Bottles

great idea

Make your own rustic arbor using twigs and logs. This guide takes you through all the steps.

Cute Window Pane Ideas

A small trellised planter perfect for patios and corner accents. (clematis, tomatoes, morning glory...)

DIY stepping stones

hillside landscaping

heart mosaics

DIY MOSAIC / FROM CRAFTS, TO GARDENING AND HOME DECOR TUTORIALS / From:: Oops to Ahhh!

Fill a round balloon with water and set outside until almost frozen through. Run hot water over frozen globe until balloon pops off. Pour out unfrozen water from inside and insert a tealite. Makes a great walkway accent. These are gorgeous.

Amazing DIY walkway ideas!

Instructions for making a barrel into an outdoor sink...cute for the patio. this website is dangerous.

Here’s a clever idea for lighting your garden path that uses empty liquor or wine bottles and icicle holiday lights. Collect enough empty colored bottles to line both sides of your path; you can ask a local bar to save bottles for you. Cobalt blue glass gives off a soft blue light, but any color will work.

Love this!

Clever idea for concrete stepping stones ~ Pieces of a rubber doormat are pressed into the mold to produce beautiful scroll patterns on your stones.