Edward Buck
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Use seashells to “plant” air plants, which don’t actually require any soil at all! Air plants thrive without soil so they are versatile, decorative house plants. Set an air plant in a shell and it should hold on it’s own. If you want to glue it in for an upside down display like this sea urchin, then use a plant safe craft adhesive.  More seashell craft ideas in this post. #ad #seashells #wedding

Is there anyone out there who hasn’t collected a seashell or two in their lifetime? How can anyone resist a perfect sand dollar, a spiny starfish, or a pearlescent oyster shell?

DIY Tree Branch Seahorse! Love love love!

DIY Tree Branch Seahorse **Mi(my) WAY: combine with the idea of the lit wood Christmas tree on the canvas, do any shape on the canvas then add lighting. Or weave lighting through out or around the seahorse or whatever u design.

Amazing abandoned places in the world

Funny pictures about Amazing abandoned places in the world. Oh, and cool pics about Amazing abandoned places in the world. Also, Amazing abandoned places in the world.

Raised Beds inside fence...love the look of this!!!

Raised Flower Beds with a Huge Fence as a Background.everyone seems to put these raised beds inside the yard, but I think I'd like them more outside the yard (plus it might be a clever way to make a shorter fence tall enough to keep the dogs in.

Achievable Gardens at MIFGS 2013 | GardenDrum 'Coastal Wave' Design Rohan Thorn Holmesglen TAFE What a beautiful double wall, with waves of bleached grey timber creating great space-stretching layering. It was hard to believe that this garden was exactly the same size as the others and it’s a good example of how leaving a central area open does not make a tiny area look bigger

Achievable Gardens at MIFGS 2013 GardenDrum 'Coastal Wave' Design Rohan Thorn Holmesglen TAFE What a beautiful double wall, with waves of bleached grey timber creating great space-stretching layering. It was hard to believe that this garden was exactly

Drift Wood Furniture

Drift Wood Furniture and Art Creations I like this chair because it is beautiful, artistic and creative I like the natural flow of wood . Colors are beautiful.its amazing