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Garden Art

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Budget-friendly arts & crafts projects for your home garden that you can complete with junk you probably already have laying around the yard.

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Creative ways to add color and joy to a garden, porch, or yard with DIY Yard Art and Garden Ideas! Repurposed bikes, toys, tires and other fun junk.

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Give your garden a makeover for less with these dollar store garden DIY Ideas. From garden markers to planter ideas, there are plenty of garden projects.

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I worked hard, tried to stay away from all things religious and kitschy, and rounded up some garden art that adult atheists might actually like...

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five methods with detailed instructions to attach dish flowers to the post. Drill and glue techniques with photos. Describes how to drill a plate

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Contain a stack of small stones with a tomato cage for a planter pedestal with a decorative flair. Place a pot on top for a sturdy, elevated plant stand. #gabionplantstand #gardenart #gardenideas #gardendiy #bhg

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Creative ways to add color and joy to a garden, porch, or yard with DIY Yard Art and Garden Ideas! Repurposed bikes, toys, tires and other fun junk.

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Celebrate reading in your garden with this super simple craft using recycled bricks, paint and a sharpie marker. Here is how to turn bricks into books!

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Learn ho to make garden stepping stones using colorful sea glass. This project requires only a few inexpensive materials including glass pieces from the beach or craft store.

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Today I am going to share a fun yard art project that I am calling screwball flowers. I had seen these floating around FB and no tutorial, but had to have some of my own. Really wasn’t sure what to call them, but these are made from a wood ball and screws. Hence the name screwball flowers. The ones that I had seen on FB may have been made using golf balls. Not having any golf balls but knowing that I could find some large wood balls at Hobby Lobby I decided to go with that.

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