Dalene Brauer
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Learn how to make a slide-wire canopy with free how-to video instructions from Sailrite.

Great way to keep some shade in your Florida yard! Check out this DIY slide-wire canopy with free how-to video instructions from Sailrite for your outdoor space.

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how about clay bird bath with clay fish on wire inside. Trompe l'oeil fishpond mosaic in Bedford Road, Croydon by mosaic artist Gary Drostle. I love the shadows under the fish - really creates depth. Nice movement in the water as well

I know it is 100 degrees in south Texas but this made me smile...definitely plan to do this with the grandkids!

Melting Snowman Hot Cocoa Brighten up your holiday with this kid-friendly, fun to make, rich and creamy melting snowman hot cocoa or hot chocolate as we used to call it. Kids love to decorate and personalize their own snowman!

mosaic art by Jane Kelly, JK Mosaics, www.janekellymosaics.com

Put it in Wall Art - Mosaics. Mosaic art by Jane Kelly - JKMosaics, Here cos it is certainly - Krafty & Cool.

I made this product from concrete if you would like a blank concrete Birdfeeder  please contact me

Perhaps include a water feature here! ⚘ I made this product from concrete if you would like a blank concrete Birdfeeder please cont-act me

A new little hobby of mine: Painting sea shells. I'm fortunate to leave a few…

A new little hobby of mine: Painting sea shells. I'm fortunate to leave a few minutes away from the beach and I have a continuous free supply!

Garden walkway. The garden walkway is constructed from full color Pennsylvania flagstone

Outdoor fireplace, tiered landscaping, and curved path. The raw Copper path lights that will patina over time will look great and unique for years to come. Having the low voltage landscape lighting make these backyard ideas picturesque day and night.

A whimsical grapevine, with colorful tile leaves and cullet glass clusters of grapes, on a stone porch built by Jim DuBois

Like the mosaic look, although these colors are too bright for my tastes. on a stone porch built by Jim DuBois