Trond Larsen
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Stakittgjerde og nyper

Stakittgjerde og nyper

Leaf stepping stones in gravel... In a bucket or pail, mix two cups of cement with 1 cup of water to create a thick paste. spread the cement mixture onto each leaf. Allow the cement to dry then Flip the mold over, and remove each leaf. http://alternative-energy-gardning.blogspot.ca/2013/03/rhubarb-leaf-stepping-stones.html

Leaf stepping stones in gravel… In a bucket or pail, mix two cups of cement with 1 cup of water to create a thick paste. spread the cement mixture onto each leaf. Allow the cement to dry then Flip the mold over, and remove each leaf.

DIY Concrete Leaf Bird Bath

DIY Concrete Leaf Bird Bath DIY Concrete Leaf Bird Bath - love this idea! Those leaves look like rhubarb leaves to me. Hmmm may have to do something like this. Especially if I do a cob house some day, this would be a great wall feature/shelf.

Elf house on a tree | 1001 Gardens

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.

Log Pathway. I would grout the path and use a darker grout for shading to give the impression of depth.

Reuse an old tree to make a log pathway in your garden. Good use of "yard" trees and other wood that can't be milled; works much better in climates without termites. Good drainage under the log rounds will make the path last longer.