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    table of greens.

    A friend just shared this and I had to pass it on! Oh YES I AM going to do this, and MORE !!! Paint flower pots with Rustoleum's "Glow in the Dark" paint. Absorbs sunlight by day & glows at night !!! Great landscape and gardening idea !

    So pretty!

    let the light shine in!

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    English Cottage. 1920-1940. Smaller and more streamlined than Tudor-style country residences from late 19th century that echoed medieval English styles. Characteristics included the steeply pitched roof and cross-gables, large stone or brick chimneys often at the front, small-paned bands of casement windows. Entries were front-facing gables with a catslide roof steep and straight on one side and artistically curved on the other. Arched doorways with ornate hardware.

    This is actually the colour I wanted for our did I end up with green???

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    Making an outdoor game board from painted pavers would make, it could be used for both Checkers and Chess

    buy a minimum of l.e.d. lighted branches (they come in a box at target), add a few real branches (for more fullness) in a rustic container, with rocks in the bottom to hold the shape of the arrangement

    Ornate mirror over tub

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    Vintage Wallpaper - how cute would this be as an accent wall in a nursery?!

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