I need to cover and insulate this access, but it needs to be accessible to workers and inspectors. It also needs to stay put in windy weather.
We have 'natural' stones in our yard ... and, by natural, I mean REAL rocks/stones we have found in our woods/forrest. These are gorgeous flat stones, but they can ... See more
There is some cement haze and a bit of cement that was put in as grout on only part of the pavers. The rest are just laid in a sand bed. Is there something that I c... See more
When the ground is wet the weight of the hanging plant pulls the shepherd's hook down
My back yard gets unexpected heavy wind and I have resorted to short chimes that don't tangle but they still break too soon even using strong fishing line. Any sugges... See more
My hubby replaced the sink in my bathroom and I hate to see the old one go to waste, (Yes, I am a packrat DIYer, lol). I would appreciate any ideas, thanks.
Can a primer be used on nontreated wood for outdoor decorations? I live in Wisconsin with rain, snow, sleet, cold. I want to protect the wood and paint from those ... See more
tired of wasting money on bags of see d the songbirds like sparrows and finches and others seem picky or just wont even eat it made a birdfeeder myself so want to giv... See more
Is it possible to make one with plywood or concrete blocks? I don't have much skill or experience but am willing to try if given helpful instructions.
We had some trees cut down but the stumps remain. Too difficult to remove. I was thinking about making a bench.
Caps are located on a rocky hill along the side of the house! Yes, you areaso looking at a LARGE tree stump !
Presently, I have birdfeeders on shepard hooks and a concrete birdbath. Birdseed is EVERYWHERE (thanks to the squirrels). I thought about framing an area then filli... See more
I am not sure if a regular kiltz type primer would stick to a bowling ball. I would like to paint art onto it using acrylic paints and a then spray on a clear gloss s... See more
On the first picture it is on the upper right hand side. And on the second it is lower left corner. I thought it was a hummingbird when I took the pictures. Can you h... See more
Can you use left over ceramic floor tiles as pavers in the garden? I want to create a walkway to the potting shed/green house with pavers in the grass and have an ass... See more
My husband, bless his heart, brought home this partial "counter' from his work, they were throwing out. We have a "country/ rustic/ English gardenish" backyard and th... See more
Got this idea from a gentleman who wrote in to Birds & Blooms...I have a "practice" one in my back yard that the birds just love - especially when it rains! I have a ... See more