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Great idea!  Rope lighting around the garden or pool.  Inexpensive, waterproof and you can use a timer.

Solar rope lights in the garden. I LOVE this idea, it can be used in a number of of different uses in the yard, high lighting the path to the front and back doors. lighting up the gazebo (or any focus point in your yard that will make a comfortable area t

outdoor walkway lights ideas

3 Borderline Genius Ways to Use Rope Light In Your Backyard

Outdoor walkway lights are a great idea for fun, flair, and safety. Try these other fun DIY rope light ideas.

Dog pool / fire pit, such a great idea because dogs love water and this would be so fun for them

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Dog Pond - Place a plastic kiddie pool in the ground. It'd be easy to clean and looks nicer than having it above ground. Big dogs can't chew it up or drag it around. This is obviously more fancy than a plastic kiddie pool underground, good idea thou

Lighting concepts on your yard.  A lot of several types of lighting in your again...

15 Lighting ideas for your yard. Lots of different types of lighting for your backyard or landscape and patio.

The Villa Alphie: Porches, Patios, and Outdoor Spaces

outside deck~love the gazebo over the sitting area. Great idea for patio space between garage and shed.

Glow in the dark rock path for back yard/garden.

rock painting! summer survival kids crafts

paint rocks with glow in the dark paint fun craft ideas. I like the painting idea just not glow in the dark

How To Build A Hammock Stand by echkbet

How To Build A Hammock Stand theownerbuilderne. If you love the idea of a hammock in your yard, but don’t have any trees, this is the solution. It’s a great addition to your outdoor space, looking beautiful with its pergola roof.

Here's a curvy ground level deck with landscaping stones around the edges.

Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting

How cool!

Fire glass produces more heat than real wood, environmentally friendly. 0 smoke, odorless and doesn’t produce ash. You are able to stay toasty warm without cutting down trees and the specially formulated glass crystals give off no toxic deposit.

I would love this for my baby girl!

playhouse built under porch with a slide into sandbox Awesome idea! This looks like so much fun for the kids! I'm sad my porch is lower than this!

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