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    Solar Coach Lights from Family Dollar on Plant Hooks.....love this!

    Concrete gap filler. Never weed again!! I did this on my patio and driveway. Love it! This is what parks and public places use. Available at Lowes and Home Depot in different colors in the concrete dept.

    The Homestead Survival | Build Outdoor Solar Lighting from Recycled Unique Lamps | thehomesteadsurvi... Re Use - Recycle - Upcycle - DIY Project

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    Popcorn Ceiling To Plank Ceiling | The Lettered Cottage. For a pack of six, 8' long planks, at Lowe's: Eleven dollars. Each pack of planks covers 14 square feet.

    How to store stuff from your garden all winter long. Properly.

    Growing strawberries (Or any plants!) from a gutter hung on the fence

    add solar lights to an old chandelier for outdoor lighting. What a great idea! I was just trying to figure out what to do w an old chandelier too. Way to go Pinterest! :)

    Rinse vegetables right out in the garden and then use the water on the plants. Could possibly make something like this with a tub basket from the dollar store?

    Vinyl decor panels from Home Depot... easy/inexpensive pergola alternative. Maybe add to playhouse.

    GREAT idea for a privacy fence that's easier on the pocketbook. Lattice to the height you want and the solar lights gives it the finished look.

    front walkway built out of inexpensive cement pavers red lava rocks and solar, concrete masonry, curb appeal, landscape, Front Walkway Reveal

    41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer - Don't Poke The Bear

    oh my...you won't believe these.... Outdoor lights that you make for UNDER 3 dollars

    $100 for one of these!? Not when I can build it myself for $25! Mark this one down as a summer project!

    Wow im saving all my poor quality broken lamps and making solar lamp turn them into somethimg awesome

    Outdoor sink. No {extra} plumbing required. great for the kids to wash hands outside. connects to any outside spigot.

    The Beluga solar pool heater heats your pool with just an ordinary garden hose. Just attach a garden hose to the Beluga, then lay the hose in the sun, and place the other end in the pool.