Wrought iron fence stands in stark contrast to a carpet of fallen autumn leaves in late afternoon light.
Turn Old Kitchen Chairs into a Tree Bench
The kids will love making these natural twig Christmas trees that can be hung up as decorations, placed around your festive table or added to presents under the tree. Plus, if you’re looking to add a little extra to your gift giving this year, these mini festive trees make the perfect present toppers. Click for the full step-by-step. (Photo: Desirée Wilde) #christmas #christmascrafts #crafts #ChristmasTree #christmastime
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Handmade cat tree with real sheep skin hammock. Made from local driftwood. Very stable. I have been building cat trees for a while now and so far this one is my favourite. Tested and approved by a 7-month-old specialist! Dimensions: Baseplate: 44,5cm x 45,5cm x 4cm Highest point from #cathousehandmade
Neat idea for a hanging christmas tree garland. Maybe do gold polka dots all over for lights?
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Building a Living Fence – wonder what Aussie plant I could use to do this for my front fence …
“Russian Ministry of Agriculture building in Kazan. The focal point of the construction is a huge iron tree which of course acknowledges the purpose of the building. The tree casts a beautiful shadow over the lobby…” – awesomeinventions…
🍁🌳🍁 The two most transformative elements I added to the garden this year weren’t trees or shrubs or even more topiary. I switched out four of the heavy iron chairs at my outside table with outdoor wicker ones from Cost Plus World Market (the replaced ones were moved to this area here)…and I added string cafe lights to the redbud trees that enclose the space. The lights enhance the moodiness and sweet melancholy of the season I think. Do you agree? . . .