I had a very outdated standard schmandard brick fireplace. When my house was about to get renovated, my artist friend Dan from http://imaginationcorporation.com stepped in to create a one
on Jan 07, 2013
I love the mantle! Our fireplace is nice, but the mantle is a puny excuse for one! Very narrow
and I cannot dress it up as I would like because there's no room! I have always told my hubby we need to fix it sopmehow. Where do we look for the foamboard in that size? I could carve that out to fit right over the existing mantle we have.
What kind of plant is this? It grows where alot of yuccas grow(hot and dry). I dug it up a month ago and planted it in my flower bed. It has a thick stalk like garlic and it isn't a bulb, it has roots. Thought it is pretty.
on Jun 14, 2012
I have seen these growing wild around here but have no clue what it is. Here they grow in clumps.
This is my second fountain in my shade garden. It is made from an old millstone that has a tub underneath. The gazing ball in the background sits on an old tree stump that was retrieved from a river and left to dry a year before we drilled up the center of it for electrical so we could make the gazing ball glow at night.
Using a milk can replica for my theme, I then painted terra cotta pots to resemble black and white cows. This planter is in the flower garden by the driveway to welcome our guests and family.Thanks to hubby who dug the hole for the rebar, poured the concrete and came up with the milkcan idea. Come to think of it, I really didn't do much except paint and plant. LOL, thats ok, we make a good team
on Jun 14, 2012
Are they all supported by a stake of some sort or are they connected some other way?
Earlier last week I decided to rip the carpet off of my stairs and paint them. Here is my progress so far. Still have a lot of the finish work to do i.e Install moulding, board and batten and paint. Will keep you posted.
on Jun 13, 2012
Susan, don't wait on him to be ready for it. Just DO IT!! Once it's in progress he'll have no