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DIY LIGHTING ~~  Lamps from metal fruit trays !!

Chicken wire basket pendant light I don't know why I like these so much! But I do!

egg cage now lamp.  this one is $129, but you could make it a lot cheaper

25 Reasons Country Is Chic Right Now

Seeing the Egg Cage in a Different Light A wire farm basket inspired this pendant lamp. Helpful hint: Equip the transparent fixture with a fanciful filament bulb. I have the basket, was my grandmas,

How to make an Outdoor Sofa from a cast iron bathtub

Cast Iron Bathtub to Outdoor Sofa {part 1

AND I HAVE AN OLD TUB! How to make an Outdoor Sofa from a cast iron bathtub. It's unlikely I'll ever do this, but what an interesting idea.

Hidden in plain sight. Hide the ugly utility box. Since you're stuck with it, here's a smart way to disguise that ugly utility box. A simple slipcover box made of bead board and topped with a birdhouse covers up the eyesore and draws nature into your yard. ~ Dang! makes a great looking garden/yard attraction with or w/o the utility box.

Hidden in plain sight

Utility Box Cover: Hidden in Plain Sight. Since you're stuck with it, here's a smart way to disguise that ugly utility box. A simple slipcover box made of bead board and topped with a birdhouse covers up the eyesore and draws nature into your yard.

diy solar lantern. disassemble a dollar store solar light and put top onto pail

Make Rustic Hanging Solar Lights — IKEA Hackers

Socker Solar Lanterns - IKEA Hackers: outdoor hanging solar light~ this is pure genuis! I can imagine these strung across the backyard. or hanging from a post or.

15 Cool DIY Window Boxes With Tutorials | Shelterness

How to Build a Wooden Planter Box: This stripped-down window planter can be built in less than an hour, yet the simplicity of the design resists rot far better than traditional window boxes

love this!Put in blender: one can of beer, a few handfuls of moss, and one teaspoon of sugar. Paint on well and mist daily until it grows. (Then continue to mist every other day or so)    Can be grown on walls, furniture, or steps.

Put in blender: one can of beer, a few handfuls of moss, one teaspoon of sugar. Paint on well and mist daily until it grows. Something I'd love to make for my solar garden lights that I want to attach to recycled glass jars.

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