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Transfer a Photo onto a Slab of Wood | 31 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

Transfer a Photo onto a Slab of Wood: cover wood with gel medium; place paper picture-side down; firmly smooth out all bubbles; let dry overnight; gently rub wetted paper off; clean all paper residue off; cover with mod podge; let dry;

Grow your own herbs and vegetables in compact outdoor spaces! Designed to resemble a rustic ladder, planting boxes are attached to a cedar frame.

Grow your own herbs and vegetables in compact outdoor spaces with our exclusive vertical wall boxes. Designed to resemble a rustic ladder, three planting boxes are attached to a sturdy natural cedar frame that leans on any vertical surface.

DIY:  90 Ideas For Making Beautiful Furniture From Upcycled Pallets - there are a few tutorials on this link.

love this old barn door, adds lots of character to any project.great idea to use a barn sliding door system in place of building in a pocket door. I'd use this in our small master bathroom. Great space saver with some characture

Whether you want to add a spiffy new item to your backyard, or you really love confederate jasmine, here you will learn a few tips and tricks on planting some confederate jasmine outside your home. With everything ranging from pictures to give you a general idea, to actual tips and tricks on getting them to grow, with this article you will be pointed in the right direction!

Lashed trellis/ great to do to start your vines growing and i just bought a jasmine vine for my back yard to smell while swimming or just layin in the sun!

A sunnier and more exposed portion of the garden required an alternative plant palette. Tough, hardy succulents, including blue chalk sticks, Jelly Bean sedums and Crassula erosula, fill these planters.

A sunnier and more exposed portion of the garden required an alternative plant palette. Tough, hardy succulents, including blue chalk sticks, Jelly Bean sedums and Crassula erosula, fill these planters. Great place to put starts for a garden!

Railway timbers and pea gravel path... Your home should be decorated to make you smile and surround you with memories. I never want to forget the countless hours of playing trains on the living room floor with my 3 year old. i imagine every time I walk down this path I would remember his silly obsession with chop choos as a toddler.

Railroad tie and gravel garden/side yard walkway. I usually don't like gravel and railroad ties but this might be a workable and less expensive option than pavers for backyard walkway to screen porch