In the Garden With: Stacy Bass | PITH + VIGOR by Rochelle Greayer
Do you remember our friend Stacy Bass? She had a great series here about garden photography (which she is really good at) called First Light. She taught us about frame, focus, and composition as well as creating photography books and preparing your garden to be photographed. Well, if you loved all that, you might also love her book. …
Watering Can That Pours Crystals
This watering can is a gorgeous staple for your garden decor. It pours crystals that sparkle so beautifully in the sun. This is one amazing garden craft!
32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius
Can't afford that dream deck or in-ground pool you're dying for? There are still ways to get a beautiful backyard that's perfect for entertaining.
Sweetheart Antique Crystal Wind Chime
A sweet and precious crystal wind chime ready to bring sparkle and enchantment to your cottage garden, porch, or a sunny window :-) Vintage brass, cut~out top is surrounded with two layers of crystal strands ~ I used clear crystal prisms mixed with faceted clear beads, Swarovski light rose prisms, ab green crystal, light rose glass pearls, Swarovski light green ab faceted beads, and small rose glass hearts. Attached to the strands are large light green teardrop crystal prisms, petite pink…
DIY Outdoor Chandelier
The best ideas are so simple. This chandelier doesn’t take too much work to create, but it would definitely create immediate atmosphere on a deck, patio, or porch.Summer fun outdoors with the kids is one thing, but maybe you’ll be doing a little adult entertaining as well this summer. If you’re up to adding a little ambiance, try making this chandelier this weekend. The how-to can be found over at Sunset Magazine.Thanks Blissfully Domestic.
Make A Repurposed Garden Chandelier
This garden chandelier is true shabby chic, combining old and elegant to add bling to your garden . It's also my oldest and favourite garden art piece. It's easy to make. 1. Find an old metal kitchen colander (or metal lamp shade). You want something with holes in it (or you can use a metal drill bit and drill them). 2. Using 16 gauge wire, wrap around marbles and hang crystals from the ends. You could thread transparent beads onto the wire. Pick colours you love. 3. Attach fla…
A Special New Hampshire Harden | TMS Architects
Visit Bedrock Gardens, a 20 acre destination garden and a 27 acre piece of land in Lee, NH. Notable for its plants, sculpture, and landscape design.