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Probably the best local fencing company in False River area. Great quality service and communication. They came out and worked on a fence of mine and it only took them four days.

The Elliott Homesteadfrom The Elliott Homestead

How To Build A Greenhouse

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to build a greenhouse ... it even includes a cost breakdown for what it costs from start to finish.

The BERNINA L 450 cuts, sews and finishes in a single step. With high-quality stitches and wave-free seams, it sews quickly and smoothly at any speed. It offers easy and ergonomic threading with the color-coded threading path and a well-lighted, large sewing space.

For an easy centerpiece gather some sticks from the yard and made fun sparkling branches. We first spray painted them black. After they were dry we sprayed them again with glitter glue. Then covered them in glitter (we even made up our own concoction since we could find that perfect blend of black and purple. The finishing touch was the candycorn garlands that we glittered as well.

ART IS BEAUTY: Gray and Copper Desk Makeover ~The Fab Furniture Flippin' Contest


Don’t Waste Your Excess Harvest

Finishing the season with a bounty of fresh produce doesn’t have to be a waste. Learn how to make the most of your excess harvest.

Etsyfrom Etsy

Masha-Amigurumi Crochet Pattern PDF file by Anna Sadovskaya

PLEASE NOTE! That this is a pattern only not a finished project! ******************************** This pattern is written in English language (USA terminology). SKILL LEVEL: upper intermediate MATERIALS AND TOOLS ******************************** 1.100% cotton Yarn-50 g of skin color, some white and blue yarn for the shirt and socks, yellow and crimson yarn for the sundress and sandals. I recommend you to use yarn that has approximately 200-250 m (220-270 yards) in 50 g skein. You can…

How to preserve the bark on a tree stump. Great when used for wedding materials you wish to keep afterwards!

Boys of all ages love airplanes--stitch up this little jewel for the favorite guy in your life! This is a fat quarter quilt--and each fat quarter will yield the pieces needed for both 1 background ...

Martha Stewartfrom Martha Stewart

Cheesecloth Spirits

DIY cheesecloth ghost. the finished product is CREEPY! I am definitely doing this for my yard on Halloween. Will probably put the head on rebar though and stick in the ground. No where to hang them. :-(

This is a fun way to finish the edge of a simple fleece blanket that is similar to a “tie-blanket”more sophisticated look. For this project you will need:   1 1/2″ yards of a fleece material, I used this lavender fleece scissors sewing machine and thread and a crochet hook To start this project trim your fleece fabric by cutting of the selvage edges to have one nice clean piece of fleece. You should only need to trim 1″ off of two sides. The you are going to cut a 2″ square out of each…

Go to the lumber yard & buy 1" thick x 10" wide premium white pine 8' boards at $0.85/linear foot. hand sand all the edges so they aren't sharp/look older. Then cut them in a staggered length & place down to assure u like the pattern. apply PL400 subfloor glue along the bottoms & lay them down butted up board to board (the sanded edges provided some small gaps between them for character.) he used a nail gun/compressor with finish nails for extra hold. Apply Watco Danish Dark Walnut Oil.

Pretty red pine cones...something new to do with all the pine cones in the yard! If you soak them in i gal. hot water with a 1 oz. bottle of red food coloring, then allow them to dry on paper towels on cardboard, they will have a stained look...much softer and prettier than the painted ones! And it goes so much faster.

They’re not done yet! Learn the bird nesting basics of these late nesters and find out how to attract them to your yard.