15 Truly Inspiring Pallet Sofa Projects
Summertime means sitting outside. That means that there needs to be a cute and comfy place to lounge. Pallet sofas are the obvious solution. The hardwood pallets can survive whatever Mother Nature throws at them (within reason - probably not a hurricane - LOL) and they will look wonderful doing it. Check out these sofa projects. There are all kinds and they are all kinds of wonderful.Find all 15 here...ScrapHacker - Top 15 Pallet Sofa IdeasImage Credit: scraphacker.com
DIY Covered Greenhouse Garden: A Removable Cover Solution to Protect Your Plants
Planting season is upon us, so let me tell you a little story of how this garden came to be. When we bought a house last year, I failed to inquire about the summer weather, thinking it would be just as warm and clear as it was on our open house day. NOPE. Instead, I encountered summers full of chilly fog and harsh winds, much to the dismay of my aspiring green thumb.
Raised Garden Bed: Easy DIY Steps to Build an Elevated Planter - Sunset
Follow this DIY guide for building a raised garden bed, and enjoy fresh vegetables and other crops right in your garden. It's easy!
80 Unique Pallet Projects You Can Build For Less Than $50
See 80 pallet projects that are affordable and DIY friendly. Our guide will help you build one-of-a-kind home decor pieces on a budget.
One Day Backyard Ideas & DIY Projects • The Garden Glove
Most of us are really busy, and if we end up spending too much time having to work on backyard ideas & projects, they tend to not get finished. So let's jump right in and find some great DIY one day backyard ideas that are perfect for beginners. And who doesn't love that in the garden?
How to Plant an Avocado Tree
How to Plant an Avocado Tree. The next time you eat an avocado or use one in a recipe, save the stone or pit. Planting your own avocado tree is fun and easy. It is a perfect task for all ages — for the garden, for indoors, and also makes a...
Forcing Bulbs: Growing Tulips in a Vase - thesassylife
With spring around the corner, I’ve been thinking about gardening quite a bit. I LOVE flowers, so I thought why not grow flowers myself? Last fall, I purchased a whole bag of tulip bulbs from Costco for a pretty reasonable price ($10-$15 for 50 bulbs!). However, I have come to realize that I don’t have …