Outdoor Dream Space


Outdoor Dream Space

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Put tissue paper in a mason jar, then a flameless candle (battery operated) and put lid on. Line your sidewalk or put on tables for an outdoor party.

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pots

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DIY light columns for an pool-side outdoor wedding reception

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HMM tires in the garden that dont look like a redneck trailer park. I like it!

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Cute garden accessory idea.

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you can make some cute planters that will be able to withstand rain without getting spoil.For example you can make a cute and colorful vertical garden using rain boots as planters.Each boot should have a drainage hole to help water to escape after watering. You can easily drill these holes. To hang boots on a fence you can use little cup hooks. Although regular nails would work fine too.Such vertical garden can be installed anywhere at your backyard.

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garden markers. get spoons from goodwill goldwillow

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add some visual interest to your patio with an old pallet and some terra cotta

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Plate idea for edging the garden >> Could be a fun idea!

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Sunken Plant Pot Herb Garden.

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Wine Cork Plant Labels

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terra cotta birdbath

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Place marbles in the knots of your fence for pretty light effects.

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tonka truck planter

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the ONLY acceptable use for Crocs

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Marbles inserted in fence. >> What a fun detail!

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mason jars

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fishin frog

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Small space salad garden

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Fun! (Lightbulb vases)

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Amazing!@lindsey malhus

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Grown-up tree house

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i love this fence....i have to start collecting metal! #finecraftguild.com

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Moss Graffiti: Put in blender: one can of cheap beer (or 1 1/2 cups buttermilk), a few handfuls of moss, one teaspoon of sugar. Paint on wall and mist daily until it grows.

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cinder block planter wall - love it!

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