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Such adorable ideas to put in your front or back yards! I love the look of old, rusty, antique-y type of items!
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Displaying vintage gardening tools, on or around a shed, helps to connect the outside of a primitive home to the inside.

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A Primitive Place

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from Cigales en Transición

Energía y producción de alimentos

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Energía y producción de alimentos

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I don't believe in fairies & elves, but I would have been thrilled to have this as a child, and I would have made little people to sit on the bench. People can be made out of cornhusk, even babies in cradles. I used to do little vignettes and sell them...

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5 Projects in a Week, Project 4, Upcycled Drawer Planter Tutorial! http://bec4-beyondthepicketfence.blogspot.com/2014/05/5-projects-in-week-project-4-upcycled.html

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Old washtub planter - pretty for a front porch I think I like this for a couple of reasons. First, the layered flower look, then the tin can it's in. Both are charming. A little hint of this around the yard adds personality and less stamped landscaping

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from The Garden Glove

DIY “Junk” Garden Art

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DIY “Junk” Garden Art | The Garden Glove

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The furniture store in our small town has a front yard full of antiques beautifuly set up underneath the spreading branches of an apple tree.

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Birdhouse fence cute garden art, could set off birdfeeder, or act as trellis for very sparse vines (wouldn't want to cover it all up!) - doing each picket makes a strong birdhouse statement ******************************************** FlamingPetal - - t√

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Kitchen Garden Blog » Blog Archive » Good enough to eat: Hampton Court 2012

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