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25 inspiring and creative Pallet garden and furniture ideas. Your garden may be filled with all the eye candies like displacement of floral pots, benches, and vertical gardens, but is there something unique?

25 inspiring and creative Pallet garden and furniture ideas

Don’t you want to have something that differentiates your garden from the rest? You can work this out by simply using the old pallets. You must have never thought about creating beautiful decors from the pallets that you have in the junkyard or storeroom. It is the right time to begin with some fun activities, which would certainly result in the exquisite and chic look. After all, your garden is closer to your heart. 1: Cozy couch for the garden: You can join the pallets together by forming a base, sides and back in order to provide it a look that resembles a couch. 2: Pallet screen planter: As the name suggests, this is one of the wonderful pallet designs. 3: Floral stripes: You can place a ladder and along the sides add wooden recycled pallets slabs with a good distance between each. Lámparas de diseño con foco en lo sustentable. 22+ Hypnotizing Rice Fields That Look Like Broken Glass. Rice is a staple of half of the world's population and has been instrumental in our efforts to prevent potential famines, but that's only part of what makes it such a beautiful plant.

22+ Hypnotizing Rice Fields That Look Like Broken Glass

The flooded rice paddies that stretch across the Far East and other areas that cultivate rice are stunningly beautiful, lending their landscapes a unique beauty that at once structures and blends in with the natural landscape. Rice technically doesn't have to be flooded, but it does require a lot of water to grow, and flooding it makes it harder for weeds to take root and for vermin to eat the precious grains. Luckily for landscape and travel photographers, these flooded paddies also give them wonderful photo ops! Take a look, add your own if you've got them, and vote for your favorites!

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En el FAD, del 21 al 30 de diciembre: exposición colectiva, audiovisuales, talleres y feria. En esta edición Drap-Art reparte sus actividades entre dos espacios singulares de la ciudad: el CCCB y el FAD, y por primera vez Drap-Art programa dos conciertos en la nueva sala Teatro del CCCB, dando mayor relevancia a la música en el festival. 40. RECICLAJE DE ROPA (ALFOMBRA 4º MÉTODO). Fashioning Technology: A DIY Intro to Smart Crafting (Craft: Projects) (9780596514372): Syuzi Pakhchyan: Books#reader_0596514379#reader_0596514379.

Make Popomomo's Braided Headband Using Recycled T-Shirts (DIY Tutorial) Share on Tumblr Email Two old T-shirts (you really just need one, fabric-wise, but aesthetically, I like the contrast) Scissors Beads (optional) Cut the shirt fronts off, then in half so that you have four pieces. Take one-half of each shirt and fold it in half. Starting at the center of the unfolded end, cut toward the folded end. With the remaining two pieces, you’ll do the same thing, except you’ll complete the cut through the fold. Cut off the hem-part of the shirt from all the pieces. Take the first two pieces and spread them out, one on top of the other. You’ll be doing an eight-piece braid, starting on the side where the strips meet in the middle and moving away from the center.

Don’t be intimidated! Don’t pull super-tight, but at the same time, keep the braided pieces close together. When you have woven this piece through all the other pieces, start over with the piece furthest to the right. Start to braid as you did before. When you again reach the end: you’ll tie off the pieces. Make an easy Art Journal. Macetas decorativas. Antiguamente todos los envases que eran adecuados para contener plantas se reutilizaban, pero de una manera muy rudimentaria, sin pintar lo que quedaba bastante desmejorado el ambiente. A medida que fue pasando el tiempo cada dia se amplia mas el espectro del reciclaje conviertiendo cualquier objeto de desecho en un objeto de decoracion y provecho.

En esta ocasion presentamos macetitas con latas de arvejas, choclos, etc. que una vez usadas se pueden reciclar pintandolas de colores alegres para ubicar en cualquier rincon de la casa, es ideal para las pequeñas jardineras y plantando alegrias del hogar o rayito de sol, plantas que son faciles de hacer crecer y florecen con hermosos colores, el balcon serà un lugar lleno de alegria. Tambien para regalar. Con què pintar? Recuerda que primero debes realizar agujeros con un clavo en la base de las latas para el drenaje. Espero que les haya gustado esta simple propuesta y la pongan en practica. Amarillo « Amarillo, verde y azul. Manualidades Sostenibles.