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salvaged brick bird bath

SWant a bird bath that looks like a substantial pillar in the garden, but only cost dollars to make? Then check out this DIY brick birdbath from ‘Robin’s Nesting Place’. This is a clever use of leftover brick (or used brick from a salvage yard!

These are neat little solar lights that you can hang in your garden or along walk ways or on your porch to give them that little detail touch none of your neighbors have. They make wonderful gifts. The solar lights cost around a dollar and the insulators, if you don't have some already, can be found at yard sales, antique stores or flea markets. They come in clear, green and blue. Ive seen these sell these at craft shows for 20.00 each but now you know how to make them and maybe sell them...

These are neat little solar lights that you can hang in your garden or along walk ways or on your porch to give them that little detail touch none of your neigh

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This lovely rustic box is 21.75 inches long, 3.33 inches tall and 3.33 inches wide. Each niche is about 2.75 inches wide. Its multi-functional: Use it as a succulent planter or a clever display for crystals or curios. We can add a bracket to the back, if you would like to hang it on a wall to use as a shelf. (Plants & candles not included :)

This lovely rustic box is inches long, inches tall and inches wide. Each niche is about inches wide. Its multi-functional: Use it as a succulent planter or a clever display for crystals or curios. We can add a bracket to the back, if