Don't have much space to grow your favorite plants? Try building a vertical garden like this one, designed by Susie Frazier. Using salvaged wood, threaded rods and bolts, and a handful of mason jars, you can construct a simple hanging planter to add a lot
Inspiration for a tablesetting -- and a substitute for pricey vase filler. Go outdoors and find some stones!: Inspiration for a tablesetting -- and a substitute for pricey vase filler. Go outdoors and find some stones!
Elf house on a tree! That would be cute in the garden, especially in the tree over grown with ivy. How about some battery tea lights in the windows during outdoor parties. I hear the fairies/elves whispering "home school project" in my ear.
Mason Jar Lanterns Hanging Tea Light by TheCountryBarrel on Etsy - easy DIY! Small chain link, mason jars, decorative nonflammable filler and candles! Tap a hole with a nail for the chain to attach to the jar lid. And done!
Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting
Love the use of copper that looks like pennies in this bathroom. (Hmm copper pennies are a very inexpensive floor!) Goes very well with the long slabs of stone tile. Open shower and giant soaker tub beautiful and easy to clean