A Dry river bed instead of a traditional sand pit. Large and smaller river rock lining a sand river with tree stumps, ferns and toys

A Dry river bed instead of a traditional sand pit. Large and smaller river rock lining a sand river with tree stumps, ferns and toys

Chalk Fluid Edger Pad - Dry Sand

NEW!Chalk Fluid Edger Pad - Dry Sand

Chalk Fluid Edger Pad - Dry Sand

You've seen it—trim painted so smooth and free of brushstrokes that it looks factory coated—but didn't know how to achieve it. After reading this, you will:1. Prep the surface by sanding to knock down old blobs and brushstrokes. Vacuum and wipe with a tack cloth.  2. Brush on a high-build alkyd- or water-based primer. When dry, sand with 220-grit paper, and tack. 3. Filter 100 percent acrylic latex gloss paint through a disposable strainer bag to remove any impurit...

25 DIY Fundamentals

You've seen it—trim painted so smooth and free of brushstrokes that it looks factory coated—but didn't know how to achieve it. After reading this, you will:1. Prep the surface by sanding to knock down old blobs and brushstrokes. Vacuum and wipe with a tack cloth. 2. Brush on a high-build alkyd- or water-based primer. When dry, sand with 220-grit paper, and tack. 3. Filter 100 percent acrylic latex gloss paint through a disposable strainer bag to remove any impurit...

An amazing sandbox for the kids...Playground Build & Design | Natural Child Play | Earth Wrights Ltd

An amazing sandbox for the kids...Playground Build & Design | Natural Child Play | Earth Wrights Ltd

Minnetta Good (artist)  American, 1895 - 1946  Works Progress Administration/Federal Art Project-New York City (publisher)  Dry Sand Molding of Dredge Bucket Lip - Taylor Wharton Iron and Steel Company Est. 1742, c. 1935-1938 lithograph image: 366 x 305 mm sheet: 555 x 402 mm Reba and Dave Williams Collection, Gift of Reba and Dave Williams  2008.115.2176

Minnetta Good (artist) American, 1895 - 1946 Works Progress Administration/Federal Art Project-New York City (publisher) Dry Sand Molding of Dredge Bucket Lip - Taylor Wharton Iron and Steel Company Est. 1742, c. 1935-1938 lithograph image: 366 x 305 mm sheet: 555 x 402 mm Reba and Dave Williams Collection, Gift of Reba and Dave Williams 2008.115.2176

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