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  • Ellen Wedige

    DIY garden ideas

  • Mindy Lastname

    DIY concrete spheres - make these for your garden using plastic beach balls and wrap in 1/2" mesh taped to ball. Then apply concrete and let dry. Could use hints of acrylic color or add the moss-grow mixture for moss balls. hmmm...

  • Sheryl Richert

    Ashbee Design: More on Ball Construction

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