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Backyard Scrabble (via Sunset) -- a home project by architect Kristy McAuliffe. It was made from a wood frame, poured concrete that was scored into squares and separated by joints. Colored squares were made from water-based concrete stains. Letter tiles were made from baseboard trim with precut, adhesive-backed vinyl letters and numbers sealed with spray lacquer. Tile trays were created by a metal artist friend.

A magnetic Scrabble board! How cool would it be to hang this in a hallway or somewhere and have an ongoing game in the house!

from Jones Design Company

the wall of l’s moved across the street

Letter Wall

Storage baskets were labeled with Scrabble letters!

from Princess Pinky Girl

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Best DIY Projects: 12 Best Outdoor DIY Projects That you Must Try This Summer

Vinyl initials on frame without backing.

from The Garden Glove

DIY Concrete Patio Cover-Ups

DIY Concrete Patio Cover-Ups • Lots of Ideas & Tutorials! Including this step by step on how to cover a concrete patio with pavers from 'family handyman'.


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There’s nothing more soothing than relaxing with the sounds and smells of nature. If you live in a home with a concrete backyard, and you’ve been wishing you had a garden instead where you can unwind, here’s an innovative solution for you! This daybed project is a lot easier and far more practical than digging up concrete backyard and turning it into a garden. You still get to enjoy taking a nap or reading a great book on a wonderful lawn and you get a great conversation starter thrown in!

Use an old tire to create a small backyard pond.