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    September 17, 2011

    Marbles inserted in fence.

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    • Dana Tooby

      I don't have a wooden fence, but kind of fascinated by this idea - drill holes in an existing privacy fence and pop in glass marbles - when the sun streams through this is lovely!

    • Liz Brown

      drill holes in a wooden fence and fill with marbles - like rustic stained glass! Great back yard idea for summer evenings

    • Shirley Brown

      Marbles pressed into drilled holes in a fence. I won't drill holes in my gate but it could be a good craft idea for something else. Love the colors.

    • Magnus Larsson

      drill holes in a wooden fence and then plug them with glass marbles -- and I live in a neighborhood that is not so keen on wooden fencing! alas!

    • Rachel Howley

      Drill holes in your fence and insert marbles. I really love this, for if we ever have a wooden fence

    • Cindy Waters

      Garden art on the cheap DIY: Glass marbles in your fence! | "Drill holes ever so slightly smaller than your marbles, so they will fit snugly and no adhesive needed. Sunlit, its sparkles! ... so be sure to pick your area on the fence where the sun goes behind it for the most sparkle...i.e., on the west side if possible, where the afternoon sun will shine on the backside." | Garden Ideas | By Garden Drama

    • Jennifer Shaw

      Drill holes in your fence and fill with marbles and other fun outdoor ideas.

    • April Dawson

      drilled holes in his plain wooden fence, and inserted marbles

    • Heidi Jung Pallares

      Wooden fence idea...drill holes, add marbles.

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