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  • Ariel Steegstra

    Front Door Garden. This looks so classic, especiall with the red door and white trim around door.

  • Lindsey Gardner

    Cool stuff 57 Practical Kitchen Drawer Organization Ideas 53 Cool Pull Out Kitchen Drawers And Shelves DIY Vintage Keys Frame 21 More Creative Tree Stump Decorating Ideas 50 Ideas To Label Things At Your Home 25 Cool Bay Window Decorating Ideas 51 Cool Storage Idea For A Home Office DIY Stacked Planters With Inscriptions For Your Home, Sweet Home..... (idea: look up other ideas similar to this... make these flower pots to sit on our front porch)

  • Paulina Bee

    Great tutorial for a DIY Stacked Planter. Could be cute to have 4 pots, home sweet home and then the house number on the bottom/largest pot.

  • Christine Durham

    tiered planters. Cute idea for the front porch.

  • Grandma Graham

    Home Sweet Home stacked planters ~ For the #Garden ~ Lovely idea to make with 3 different size plants pots ~ so pretty :) ~ #garden, #home, #plants, #décor, #flowers, #front doors,

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I'm loving this idea (minus the bird bath) for our herb garden. I'm thinking of painting the pots the color we are painting the kitchen so it all ties in.

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tutorial for making a headboard... this link is a great DIY home blog! :)

Pots with house numbers. This would be so easy and would look great on the front by the door. Could also be changed easily and inexpensively. Now to decide what to plant.

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Planter pots stacked - so easy! The hardest part would be painting and you don't HAVE to do that!

DIY Potting Bench. I would have to make it a little bit bigger and put a sink in it so when I pot plants all the soil goes down through the hole and into a bucket. *This would be an idea for using an old privacy fence we plan to take down.

Pebble flower pot 1. Use small tin pail. Make drain holes in the bottom. 2. Next, apply base (we used interior ready-made mortar). Apply about 0.4-0.6 mm thick 3. Place the mesh grid. Push it a little to the mix to help stones sit evenly across the surface. Begin laying stones. 4. When you have placed the stones around the whole surface, let it dry completely. 5. After dry, mix grout to fill the holes between the stones. Remove excess grout after drying by using washcloth soaked in water.

beautiful DIY idea , an old paint can to pebble planter.This would make a great house warming gift as well..