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Sometimes (read: all the time) one flower box just isn’t enough. That’s why we were smitten when we spotted this stacked planter project, designed by Ben Uyeda, the expert behind the blog Homemade Modern. The finished design resembles artfully arranged crates, but has a tidier look than layering vintage wooden bins (though we like the sound […]

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1. Start with a fluted vase. “That way, the arrangement will follow the lines of the vessel and feel more loose and natural,” says Erin. “A good rule of thumb is for the bouquet to be about three times as tall and two times as wide as the vase.” 2. Add stems. For the wild, organic […]

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Pallets have long been a popular go-to when it comes to repurposed projects, but we haven’t seen anyone utilize them quite as creatively as Aniko Levai. When it came time to decorate her patio for summer, the Place of My Taste blogger turned to pallets to transform the space. From a vertical garden to sectional […]

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Mark Your Garden The curves of cast-aside pot rims plant perfectly into soil to label herbs or veggies in your backyard plot.   Build a Toad House Flipped upside down, a planter with a missing chunk turns into a home sweet home for toads. They’re attracted to the extra shelter (try adding a water dish, […]

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Before starting this project, you’ll need to break up flea-market plates or tiles for the mosaics of these colorful stepping-stones. To do this safely: Place tiles or plates in a shallow box and cover with a cloth to prevent shards from scattering. Wearing safety glasses and using a hammer or tile pincers, crack the ceramic […]

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Potting benches can often take up a lot of space. So if space is limited in your backyard, this foldable pallet gardening table is the perfect solution. Blogger Jenna Burger of Jenna Burger Design came up with the brilliant idea for this space-saving DIY potting table that attaches to the side of your house. The […]

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The advantages to growing fruit organically are obvious in the first bite. Your own organic fruit is not covered in arsenic (as some commercial apples are to lengthen shelf-life) or wax. Growing your own fruit means picking varieties for flavor, not looks or ability to travel. Your organic fruit may not be as picture perfect […]

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