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Esercizi di ginnastica facciale per rassodare la pelle del viso (e via le rughe!)Le FreakS - Fashion Blogger Roma « Le FreakS - Fashion Blogger Roma

Esercizi di ginnastica facciale per rassodare la pelle del viso (e via le rughe!)Le FreakS - Fashion Blogger Roma « Le FreakS - Fashion Blogger Roma

creative gardening ideas tree stump

Recycling tree-stump for planter and decorating with flowers .this is really a terrific idea! The only thing I need to know is what do you use to hollow out the tree stump so I can fill it with soil?

Make Beautiful Log Garden Planter

Make Beautiful Log Garden Planter. What a cool landscape design idea to turn logs into awesome garden planters! These wooden log planters look very original and enhance the overall beauty of your garden.

Question: A recent storm left a large tree limb in our yard. I'd like to slice cross sections for plaques and trivets.  How do I keep the slices from splitting as they dry?   Answer: Pentacryl wood preservative is an excellent product made

How to preserve wood slices for a garden path. Neat idea if we use the wood slices in the decor they can then be converted to path stones in the first house.

It's amazing what you can do with one fallen tree and a chainsaw isn't it? Most of us look at a fallen tree and see firewood. But wait! This gallery shows you why you shouldn't burn those logs: http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/suwp Burn a log and it’s gone forever! Firewood? We don’t think so!:

Claw Rake and Cultivator ,Oenbopo Garden Scratch Tool Stainless steel 3 Long Claws Pronged Weeding Ripping Rake Garden Balcony Lawn Clutivator Mini size with enhanced claws with diameter of and length up for durable and effective.

7 Classic DIY Garden Walkway Projects • With Tutorials!

7 Classic DIY Garden Walkway Projects Tutorials and Ideas! Including, from this old house, a great tutorial on how to lay a classic brick path.

the tiny flowers growing between the walking stones is genius!

flowering ground cover, gardening, landscaping, flowers LOVE the idea of planting low-growing, flowering ground cover between flagstone pavers