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  • Clearfield, PA
Asked on Apr 15, 2019

How do I make focal points in my yard?

LaurieGkJill Ron Pike


I have no fences in my yard to put some eye catching focal points. Can you give me some ideas to put things around my yard for people to look at?

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  • Peggy Burnette
    on Apr 15, 2019

    Hi Diane, this is Peggy. Here are some way you can have an eye catching focal point in your yard. Good luck with your project. About 25,100,000 results (0.69 seconds)

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    Choosing the element for the focal point is fun -- find something you love to look at. But to make the focal point work, you must handle with care the setting ...

  • Cor32419347
    on Apr 15, 2019

    Your yard wants to speak to you Diane! Your trees or porch rafters will be your pallet. Hot glue ribbon or twine to plastic Easter eggs and hang in your trees. These eggs will sway in the wind. You can attach/tie Christmas bells to them. Walmart sells giant bunny lights. There are beautiful pastel ribbons you can curl and tie to a wire hanger and hang from your house eave, porch or trees. You can’t see the wire from the street. Again, you can add bells. My, my! You will be busy. I want to thank you for considering decorating your home for Easter. My mother always decorated for every season or holiday. We didn’t have a lot of money but we always had wonderful memories of the holidays because our mother cared just like you!

  • Jill Ron Pike
    on Apr 15, 2019

    Quirky planters, little stone garden areas, fountains, bird baths, gazing balls, wind chimes...possibilities are endless. If you have trees, hang pretty wind chimes or bird feeders. Create a little stone island with a bird bath in the middle, maybe a cute statue or two, even a little solar fountain in the bird bath. Flower beds would be pretty

  • Gk
    on Apr 15, 2019

    You could put up a small section of fence and create a garden in front of it. You could add a birdbath, a birdhouse, a small bench or chair! There are so many ideas!

  • Laurie
    on Apr 22, 2019

    Consider a small patio made of pea gravel, flagstone, pavers, or mulch with a little bistro set or pair of Adirondack chairs, accented with plantings or containers. Coordinate colors of plants or accessories with the trim on your house, or paint your front door to match the accessories.

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