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These are so cool. Wonder how hot the metal one would get in an Oklahoma summer 15 Garden Swing Chair Ideas

10 DIY Outdoor Projects - Paperblog

How to make flowers from dishes and plates

Rustic cupcake or display stand from branch and log slices.

Make these awesome dragonflies for your garden or house using old table legs, ceiling fan blades, and a little additional creativity. See tutorial. really creative.

Bart: Concrete hypertufa baby head planter. tea light holder. paperweight (no plant included)

Beverage bottles sun canopy

Prima scarecrow-Wicker sculpture at Haughley Park, Suffolk

Painted porch floor..amazing right?

Basket Bird Houses - DIY instructions

15 ways to use gorgeous ornamental grasses in your landscape-learn how here:

Rustic. fence

Outdoor Craft Ideas – 25 Pics

Outdoor Craft Ideas - 25 Pics

Great idea for the garden shed by *dark(ly dreaming)gardener

manequin head planter

The Hanky Dress Lady: Bicycle Wheel Garden Art - Steel Magnolias

a solar light used with a lampshade to make a patio lamp . . . okay, mind just blown

after,very pretty=)

Thyme plants in tiny cracks: wooly thyme, white thyme, veronica

Marble Tree (half marbles glued together over fishing line) photo Close-upofMarbleTree.jpg

Irish Spring and a cheese grater. Apparently squirrels hate the smell of the soap, so they'll stay out of your garden. as well as deer and mice.

birdhouse with tin can siding. #recycle

Concrete Sphere - Hypertufa Forum - GardenWeb

DIY Hypertufa Birdbath. Might make one very shallow for butterflies instead!

DIY How to Make Artificial Rocks, for my waterfall or to hide objects in the landscape ...