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Create Your Very Own Hologram Projector


16 Creative Bird Feeder Designs - The Pets Central

Eva Solo Bird Feeder..I have this one, but I think the birds are still unsure of it...patience will pay off!

The Eva Solo Hanging Bird Feeder is made from mouth-blown glass and designed to withstand wind, weather and beating wings. It can easily be suspended from bushe

Eva Solo window bird feeder

Eva Solo window bird feeder

Eva Solo’s window bird feeder allows you to watch birds at close quarters from the comfort of your home. The feeder is made of frost-proof glass, rubber and stainless steel, and it is easy to install with double-sided tape.

DIY Organic Nuts & Seeds Bird Feeder Craft ~ good project to get your kids/grands involved

DIY Organic Nuts & Seeds Bird Feeder Craft

DIY Organic Nuts & Seeds Bird Feeder Craft -- This bird feeder craft only takes a few minutes, but it combines everything children love – getting their hands dirty, having a little snack, making something fun, and nature.

Vase with wire handle

Eva Solo A/S creates exclusive, Danish-designed home accessories and kitchenware characterised by aesthetic appeal, functionality and high quality.

90 Pounds of Tomatoes from 5 Plants by roadalesorganiclife #Gardening #Tomatoes #Double_Ring_Cage

How To Grow 90 Pounds Of Tomatoes From Only 5 Plants

Use a vertical, double-ringed cage for a huge tomato harvest that takes up no space at all - 90 Pounds of Tomatoes from 5 Plants

Wooden coasters made from scrap 4x4 cut in various widths. Can cover with sealer or add some cardstock for a punch of color. Adhere cabinet stoppers to bottom to prevent scratching. <3

Repurposed Wood Scraps as Home Accents

Start with a wood block; make straight cuts of varying widths. Sand the edges and corners, and apply a coat of natural wood stain and sealer; let dry. Apply cabinet bumpers on the four corners of each of the bases to keep surfaces scratch free.