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Koi fish pond observation tower - DIY garden pond aquarium

DIY Garden Decoration Projects - Make your Own Garden Art

Koi fish pond observation tower - DIY garden pond aquarium

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Glow-in-the-dark stools in the garden

Giving you a hand with gardening | Upcycled Garden Style | Scoop.it

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How to build your child a living playhouse. How cool will this be <3 it!

How to Grow a Child's Living Den or Playhouse With Willow

How to build your child a living playhouse. How cool will this be <3 it!

Use a gal jar and a type of stand place the jar in the water on it’s side, let it fill with water(completely sbmerged) then tip it up slowly bottom up, and place the jar mouth into the stand, making sure to keep the mouth under water. The fish can swim up into the jar as they wish.…

Diy : Fish Elevator with a Jar

Use a gal jar and a type of stand place the jar in the water on it’s side, let it fill with water(completely sbmerged) then tip it up slowly bottom up, and place the jar mouth into the stand, making sure to keep the mouth under water. The fish can swim up into the jar as they wish.…

Diy Water Fountain For Your Gardens

Diy Water Fountain For Your Gardens

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moss graffiti - • Collect 3-4 hands full of moss and put in a blender with 700ml of luke warm water. • Add 3-4 tablespoons of water retaining gel • Add 120 ml of buttermilk • Pulse the blender until the gel forms • Pour mix into bucket. • Paint on rough concrete/wooden surfaces. • keep an eye on the weather, if dry, mist weekly to make sure the moss re-grows. The water retaining gel will be of benefit here. • After about three weeks you should see your artwork growing in front of you.

moss graffiti - • Collect 3-4 hands full of moss and put in a blender with 700ml of luke warm water. • Add 3-4 tablespoons of water retaining gel • Add 120 ml of buttermilk • Pulse the blender until the gel forms • Pour mix into bucket. • Paint on rough concrete/wooden surfaces. • keep an eye on the weather, if dry, mist weekly to make sure the moss re-grows. The water retaining gel will be of benefit here. • After about three weeks you should see your artwork growing in front of you.

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