Cheap and easy protection for solar landscape lights. Drill a 1" hole as deep as your spade bit will go, and drop in your light. Now they won't fall prey to the mower, weed wacker, or clumsy people. Great for walking paths, or around the fire pit.
Problem: Solar lights staked in yard are difficult to mow & weed eat around. Solution: Terra cotta flower pots & a bag of quick-krete. Mix concrete according to the package directions. Scoop into flower pot & immediately put light into the center (remove the stake first). It sets quickly so do one at a time. Once finished, you have cute, functional & completely portable outdoor lights. (Note: you will only need about a quarter of a bag of quick-krete to fill 8 pots).
I love the roll of old barbed wire in these wooden crate 'window box' planters!
Pallet table and benches
DIY outdoor bar 3
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OUTDOOR SHELF-bar area. ONLY 2 pallets & 3 pavers! Paint white, secure inside with simple brackets, 3 pavers-can glue down w/ mortar from hardware store or industrial glue for pavers.
Potters Table = Salvaged Stainless Sink, Pallets, Reclaimed Lumber and Decorative Ironwork (Romppala - Linda's yard: April 2015)