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Inflatable Bay Breeze Boat

On a scale of 1-10 how cool is this? Whether you want to ride, play, or lounge, this mega-sized float is right for you. It’s large enough for the whole family–kids and adults will enjoy fun in the sun together. The float includes an inflated rear swim platform with five handles for easy mounting and dismounting, eight cup holders and a built-in cooler. (more…)

Use A Few Stones To Create Something Beautiful

With a bit of creativity you can make some little garden features. What you need for this DIY-project is some paint and a brush. For more inspiration you can read a special book “Rock Painting Fun for Everyone!” by Lin Wellford. Lin Wellford has introduced thousands to the art of painting on rocks. From colorful butterflies and luscious fruit rocks to vases of flowers, cosy cottages and adorable rock pets. Fifteen projects in all, along with many more ideas and suggestions for display make this book a real value. Wellford is known for her clear instructions and imaginative artwork. Abundant step-by-step color photos and an encouraging tone make this the perfect book for anyone who longs to discover their hidden artist talents. The back of the book says it all: No Experience Necessary! Grab a brush and get rockin’!

Caterpillar Wood Crate Planter

Warmer times are slowly installing into almost every backyard. With this in mind, why don’t you take steps for preparing the overall ambiance? Wouldn’t you like to get appraisal for the work you’ve done, from friends and guests? Don’t ponder on the decision, and improve the design of your garden with a cute handcrafted project. This DIY train planter made out of wood is a great way to do exactly that!

Exquisite Tiny House (Extremely Energy Efficient)

PRICE DROP! – This precious home is 399 sq ft. It measures 11 x 36. There’s a porch in front and a darling juliette balcony in the rear. The loft is huge for storage or additional sleeping. There are granite countertops in the kitchen, bath, and built-in bedroom dresser. The bath has a shower with sliding glass doors. The kitchen has full size appliances and the washer/dryer will convey. (more…)

How To Build a Backyard Pond

We know that a backyard pond with running water, floating plants and darting fish can make a bland space breathtaking. In the following we show you how to build your own pond. Instructions come from TotalPond team, a brand with over 50 years experience. Vivid flowers, well-manicured grass, and stone pathways are great additions to any backyard. (more…)

Primitive Cooking: Girl used water current to cook roasted chicken

Hi, today I want to show you a video about primitive cooking, how the water current can be used to cook roasted chicken. In the video below a women can be seen in an area around a river where she built a roaster to cook a chicken. What do you think? (more…)

Stop Buying Avocados. Here’s How to Grow an Avocado Tree from Seed

Highly flavored and nutritious, avocados signal a healthy diet, whether we’re talking about guacamole or salad. If you like not having to make regular trips to the grocery for your daily supply of fresh avocados, try growing an avocado tree at home. It’s surprisingly easy. In 10 easy steps, you will see how you too can get a full-grown avocado tree from a little seed, making the whole process very educational and easy to remember. (more…)

Wow!! this is really amazing and beautiful: Shimmering Symphony Quilt

Isn’t this Quilt AMAZING?! This Shimmering Symphony quilt was created by Karlee Porter. Because it was an original composition, and designed around a specific theme, every single little element and detail was extremely thought-out and considered. “After calculating all the time spent, Starting with the first drawing in my sketch book and ending when the last bead was strung along the bottom, the total time spent was roughly 190 hours.” says Karlee Porter. (more…)

Old School Camping Pizza making, all you need is a flat stone

Old School Camping Pizza making, all you need is a flat stone


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