Unique DIY String Light Poles with Concrete Base. These DIY string light poles are extra sturdy and they look unlike any string light poles we’ve seen, with tree trunks taking the place of wooden or metal poles in the concrete bases.
OmG I have a ton of tree trimmings . Use tree trunk rounds to build a rustic garden pathway. Love this, possibly sell them in blocks measure out even for short paths and to cover the mulch under the flowers shrubs
Elf house on a tree! That would be cute in the garden, especially in the tree over grown with ivy. How about some battery tea lights in the windows during outdoor parties. I hear the fairies/elves whispering "home school project" in my ear.
Its amazing what you can do with one fallen tree and a chainsaw isnt it? Most of us look at a fallen tree and see firewood. But wait! This gallery shows you why you shouldnt burn those logs: theownerbuilderne. Burn a log and it’s gone forever!
Tasmania-based furniture designer Duncan Meerding loves the outback wilderness, which comes across in his work – his most popular pieces are simple logs whose natural cracks emit soft, warm light. Meerding is also legally blind, so the use of light in his
Coeur en bois flotté teinté - Foto "pinnata" dalla nostra lettrice Wonderbaba DIY - How to make a heart shaped wall art out of driftwood or tree branches and twigs. Includes tips on branch selection and shows how to tie branches together.