We have this here pond in our yard. Our thought has always been to get in up and running again ... but want reasonable and easy. As it stands I plan to clean it up, repair cracks, possibly parge coat the concrete and paint with a pool grade paint. I would like to figure if there is someway to consider fish, but as I understand it fishies don't like the lime in the concrete. I am open to any and all of your thoughts. thank you. ~jb
Commented on Mar 10, 2013
We had a big one in our backyard when we moved in. Now it has been filled with dirt and is a
wonderful planter! It beats the ugly and the frogs....
We had some old table legs and we constructed a frame by attaching the pallet boards to the sides of the legs.The pallet boards on the long side of the desk measure 48″ wide and the pallet boards on the short side measure 11″ wide.
It was such a fun project and such a great way to repurpose and upcycle.
A little red-headed girl once had an eighth birthday party that was so enchanting, it inspired her to create a replication of it over 40 years later!
This retail display is my re-creation of what was my favorite birthday party ever. I'm sharing it on the HOMEWARDfound blog because it's filled with lots of pink prettiness and a plethora of craft & decor ideas to inspire your #ValentinesDay parties!
I loved learning how to grow mushrooms and creating my own little mushroom farm. It checks a bunch of boxes for me: DIY, organic gardening, and food foraging. I figured learning how to grow mushrooms would be a fun gardening activity for my son and I as well.
If you are thinking about starting a vegetable garden, now is the time to plan. I highly recommend that you build raised beds. You can grow more vegetables in a smaller area and control weeds and soil conditions
Commented on Jan 07, 2013
This is mine . I love that there is no weeding and that I can stand up ..