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Jake's Camomile House is an entrant for Shed of the year 2014 via @readersheds #shedoftheyear

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from POPSUGAR Home

These Supercute "She Sheds" Are Redefining Backyard Bliss

As a gardening shed and shady seating area, this bright-pink She Shed is perfect for somebody with a green ...

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Hinges inspiration for the fairy doors

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Bronze Horse Outdoor Garden Fountain available at AllSculptures.com

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from Modern Interior Design & Furniture - Decoist

10 Gorgeous Greenhouses To Get You Excited For Spring

Glass and stone greenhouse. LOVE!

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from Crafty Morning

Painted Tree Bird House Mural

I came across this adorable idea to paint on the side of your shed or house! On a few of the branches you can hang up cute little bird houses. This is just too darn cute.  Wall mural done by Mary Clare  Make sure to follow Crafty Morning on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram or subscribe …

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Greenhouse built from 45 old windows from all different places. Some bought most donated. Wanted to keep the shabby chic, vintage look so added Mason jars lights with Edison bulbs inside. The owner/builders Eric and Elizabeth love garden veggies and wanted to be able to do it year round, and threw in flowers for pops of color. No plan, just started building and this is what it became. Lincolnton, NC.

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How to Make a Barn Out of a Carport by Mulligan's Run Farm

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GNOME HOMES Gnomes have great imagination as builders and make use of any material that comes to hand. Often they have to disguise their homes of course, so no human passers-by will notice, but it is surprising how many odd corners are left untouched by humans, even in cities. Behind garden sheds and factory walls and tangled banks of bramble, there's many an odd corner where gnomes can build their houses and even mansions, and none but the odd passing cat or mouse will notice. As a…

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

What Do You Do With a Problem?

What Do You Do With a Problem? by Kobi Yamada is a new picture book that works perfectly in conjunction with What Do You Do With an Idea?. This literature unit is appropriate for 1st-4th grade. Full of activities that shed light on creating opportunities and handling difficult situations, your students will think outside the box and have fun!

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