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5 creative thing to do with leftover rock boulder Dining Design Photos
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how do you do dip dye? very creative!
probably do it by dipping the top, but you could also just mask all but the top portion off and paint it that way. Really cool.
Could do black with aqua or turq on top
NEED TO DO IN OUR DINING ROOM! STUNNING!
The only thing I like is the partial white dipped chairs.
collect rocks. On Thanksgiving dinner, we and our guest take a moment to write down on the rocks things we are thankful for. The center piece of the table is the Thanksgiving monument of rocks. It is fun to look back and read previous years rocks.
colored rocks. Put quotes on cards
- must do it in my office
incongruous things for which they are grateful? So the gratitude tree is out, and I am OK with that. But I have been thinking about thankfulness in the context of celebration and feeling this urge to mark the small, good things that make up our days so that we won’t forget them. I just wasn’t sure what we
them in a creative fashion, such as hanging them on a branch you might find in your backyard.
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sorts? Do you know if this is granite? I am totally fascinated and it looks amazing. Pray, do tell?
This rock is so unique! Love the fire place.
The creative display of fire and firewood (and the entire wall) provide the visual interest for this simple room, and keeps the hearth more avant-garde than back-woodsman.
The thing that is terrific about this fireplace is that it has a built-in area for you to keep the logs for the fire. This
has to do with fireplaces. It's just so warm and beautiful. It's such an elegant material, but its colors work so well with the rustic chic style of the room.
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exclusive thing to look forward to each year! I have plenty of room inside, but even if you do an entryway inside or out, or in my situation the front porch could be the area depending on weather conditions!
with rocks and moss...easy to do...very creative