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Shopping for outdoor furniture can be a ghastly task. Why not build your own? Here are five pieces to inspire you to
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) outdoor furniture makeovers to get your the DIY wheels turning.
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garden design--including color, containers, furniture and such--and then head right into working with our own individual climates and exposures, attracting wildlife (in the form of birds and bees
(A) No hooks? Attach your homemade fireflies to any garden surface that will hold a magnet like metal furniture, tools, or even hardware on a fence.
(B) Kids—of all ages
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SEE? Now it's a succulent garden! How cool is that? Of course, I imagine Curt and Jessica of the blog Makeover Mondays, Makeover, Furniture, Dresser, Before And After, How To, Succulents, Gardening, Outdoor, Planters
when I saw this artful hanging succulent garden made from palm tree fragments, well, I had to know how it was done!
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21. Kiikku Ladder
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Now that you've got your vertical pallet
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environment and the pocketbook.