I have made some of these and placed a store-bought solar light in the top. I start with an
old bud vase turned upside down then a glass colored or plan small bowl, then a drinking glass on that with the solar light placed in it. This all goes on a piece of rebar which you stick in the ground.( the rebar holds the bud vase) The other pieces are stacked on top. I tried to find a picture but am taking too long!
I collected rocks from the woods and bought the footbridge on line. I found the neat stork at Lowes. Yes, Lowes is my favorite store. I had the stone delivered and I just layed out how I
wanted it with the large rocks and then just filled it in with the stone and mulched the rest. It was pretty easy actually. I got the daylillies from a friend and the grasses I bought at a market. My little cat I had for 17 years is buried under the St. Francis statue on the left side of the bridge so this spot has special meaning to me.
Commented on Jun 28, 2012
Mine is very similar to yours and I did this in April. I added a large collection of sea
Any ideas on what to do with this wall to house a 60 inch tv (my husband insists on). This one on the stand is going away and we'll be buying a new one. It's a new house and the plan is to buy a console or wall unit, then rug (that one is ugly) then tall panel drapes I feel like since the room is so light a wall unit could seem to heavy. But a console might leave so much open space above the tv. Any ideas on what would look best? I do not have an eye for decorating and am at a
lost. Behind the tv is a kitchen with cream cabinets and a cherry island. Thanks for your help.
Commented on Jun 27, 2012
Wall mount the TV and floor to ceiling book shelves on either side and three shelves on wall