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We had an old gazebo, we took it apart and my significant other welded it together to make a trellis. Some spray paint. The lantern is an old one that was in the garage, painted it, added a solar light and used a pint mason jar for the glass. This was put around the raised beds I made last year. It will be full of perennials eventually.
First there was one vase that sold over and over, then there was another size that did well and now I found a third bigger size my customers have been asking for. It will be the ultimate
wedding center piece I think. I am counting the minutes until my package arrives. I am loving sharing the vase for some fresh summer style. Check out my DIY tutorial how to make your Faux mercury in almost any color. ##SummerStyle
Some projects I have updated since originally posting them ad some custom orders I made for customers! View the full post for tutorial links. Or contact me through my facebook page if interested in purchasing!
Bring some BLING to your garden or outdoor living area with this easy project...
Wire garden fencing is bent into circles, the ends bent into hooks, and hung with resin &
glass crystals from old light fixtures... and the result is a lotta' sparkle in your yard! Use one circle, or multiples in concentric sizes for a tiered effect. You can also add test tubes or floral tubes, to hold flower stems and tall taper candles.
But if you like seashells and gold, brass, silver and metallic tones, then I have the perfect DIY project match for you: two super-easy techniques for gilding and gold leafing seashells. (You can use shells you find at the beach or the craft store!)