DIY For The Garden

18 Things You Should Never Compost 

18 Things You Should Never Compost 

18 Things You Should Never Compost  Composting is garden gold. Every gardener should have a compost bin where they toss their veggie scraps and grass clippings throughout the year. While you can put hundreds of items into your compost bin, you need to pay attention to the things you should …

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15 Creative Ways to Reuse and Upcycle Milk Jugs

15 Creative Ways to Reuse and Upcycle Milk Jugs

15 Creative Ways to Reuse and Upcycle Milk Jugs Are you are looking for new craft ideas? Do you want to try upcycling to save money? How about recycling those plastic bottles instead of throwing them away? Get with the kids and see which of the ideas shown here are ones …

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20 Budget Curb Appeal Ideas Anyone Can Do

20 Budget Curb Appeal Ideas Anyone Can Do

20 Budget Curb Appeal Ideas Anyone Can Do If you are looking to sell your home or just give your home a bit more curb appeal then this is the article for you. You need your home’s curb appeal to make a great first impression to everyone, including potential home buyers. …

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How to Build a Fire Pit

How to Build a Fire Pit on a Small Budget 

How to Build a Fire Pit on a Small Budget It is summertime, and everyone wants to have a fire pit where you can roast marshmallows and hot dogs in your backyard. Building a fire pit can be pricey, but there are some great ways to cut costs. Use these …

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20 DIY Pallet Projects for Your Homestead

Pallet Projects for the Homestead

20 DIY Pallet Projects for Your Homestead Pallets are very much in trend these days with an estimated 2 billion pallets being used every day, and many more just lying around, no wonder there are so many projects that can be done using pallets. Everyone prefers to have at least one …

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11 Creative Things To Make With 55 Gallon Plastic Barrels

Awesome Things To Make With 55 Gallon Plastic Barrels

11 Creative Things To Make With 55 Gallon Plastic Barrels While you might not have a 55 gallon drum just laying around your home, they’re a perfect material to use on your homestead. you can get them online for next to nothing, You can use 55 gallon drums for feeding farm …

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10 Vegetables You Can Grow Indoors During Winter

Vegetables You Can Grow Indoors During Winter

10 Vegetables You Can Grow Indoors During Winter Did you enjoy your investment in the cultivation of a vegetable garden during the summer? Good! The good news is that, whether you’re in the polar region or the temperate region, you can still keep yourself busy in the winter by growing …

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22 Creative DIY Projects Using PVC Pipe

20 Creative DIY Projects Using PVC Pipe

22 Creative DIY Projects Using PVC Pipe People use PVC pipe to create all sorts of awesome things because it’s cheap, sturdy, and versatile. This weekend, grab some at your local hardware store and tackle one of these fun projects. PVC pipe is inexpensive and easy to use and reuse. …

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Outdoor Lighting DIY’s To Brighten Up Your Summer

20 Outdoor Lighting DIY's To Brighten Up Your Summer

20 Outdoor Lighting DIY’s To Brighten Up Your Summer These creative lighting ideas are a cheap and easy way to get your backyard beautiful for summer entertaining.  So lets get creative and bring in a little more light to your outdoor space with these quick and easy DIY lighting ideas. From …

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11 Natural Pest Fighting Flowers

11 Natural Pest Fighting Flowers

11 Natural Pest Fighting Flowers Flowers have more purposes in your garden than looking beautiful. If you research companion planting, you quickly learn that flowers can fight pests. Using flowers planted amongst your vegetable garden is a creative and natural way to fight pests looking for a quick meal. Years …

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Guide To Growing a Fall Vegetable Garden

Guide To Growing a Fall Vegetable Garden

Guide To Growing a Fall Vegetable Garden With summer winding down, many people think that the time to reap fresh vegetables from home gardens may be winding down along with it. Savvy gardeners know, however, that there is still time to sow and grow some of the tastiest vegetables you …

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