8 valentines day kids craft ideas Outdoor Design Photos

Annette Tatum
great outdoors project w/ the kids
Fun craft project to make for biz
where your beautiful kid hideout is supposed to be.
Jap bamboo to hide road. Little grass patch for kids
about camping and the outdoors. Kids of different ages can retire in their own tepee without feeling isolated from one another, and the fun can last well into the night. Lesson from this room: There's no need to reinvent the wheel. Tepees are always a hit.
Even kids' energy sags after hours in the
outside, tents and tepees make great temporary summer playhouses for kids.Simple to Stunning Tepees and Tents
4. Camp out Haven’t got a tent? No problem! All you need are some sheets, a tarpaulin and a mild night. Get the kids to help you create the perfect shelter by tying sheets over tree branches
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Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
on a warm, breezy spring or summer day, the fabric fort would be enchanting
where it gets neglected. Bills pile up, work turns stressful, kids gets sick — and romance gets pushed to the back burner. By setting up a special place in your home for you and your sweetie, you'll be encouraged to spend part of the day together — just the two of you. An outdoor setting like this provides
5. Craft your own canopy. Canopies add an exotic note to any outdoor space, and they're ideal for blocking unsavory views. Take a cue from this page in the book
Play with fabric: drape awnings; cover your table for special days; throw down a rug. All these elements automatically fight (in the best way) with our conventional understanding of the outdoors, and will ensure you
“Fabric, rattan, rope, rugs....cool” — Cheryl Rowton
Rikki Snyder
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Eclectic Farm House
I like the eclectic idea for kids outdoors - esp the colors
dresser knobs or paint over a worn tabletop. A bit of work and a few bucks in paint and brushes could translate into much greater profits on sale day. Or you might like your newly refurbished stuff so much, you decide to keep it.
sale day get everything off the ground on tables, hang clothing on a wardrobe rack and place like with like. Well-styled vignettes encourage people to buy more, and make even humble items more attractive to buyers. For extra profits consider selling cut flowers from your garden, handmade crafts or r
out dresser knobs or paint over a worn tabletop. A bit of work and a few bucks in paint and brushes could translate into much greater profits on sale day. Or you might like your newly refurbished stuff so much, you decide to keep it.
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Belmont Hill Residence
of installation, and the true character of the woodland is revealed. Stone walls form terraces that traverse native topography, and a meticulously crafted stone staircase provides casual passage to a gently sloping lawn knoll carved from the existing hillside. Lush perennial borders and native plant stands
like the path and planting. can't fit that many trees in. maybe one day.
I dream of having birch trees in my yard one day
alums! my g-mas bought me those! Every g-kid would love being among them! they are like giant lollipops!
“note "road/pathway"” — Tracy King
Wright Design
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Rustic Lakehouse
Beautiful home on Lake Keowee with English Arts and Crafts inspired details. The exterior combines stone and wavy edge siding with a cedar shake roof. Inside, heavy timber construction is accented by reclaimed heart pine floors and shiplap walls. The three-sided stone tower fireplace faces the great
Looking for ideas for a screened in gazebo.
“Cool outdoor covered patio” — lundstromcrew
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Autumn Porches
seasons. I believe Mother Nature is at her best in these latter years of the season. Looking at this brings to mind: stew cooking on the stove all day, I can smell it. The windows are fogged. up because it's so cold outside, and warm inside. French sourdough bread and a glass of red wine.
Here is a fall decorating idea. Q. What are your top 5 fall decorating must-haves? Answer: 1.Heirloom pumpkins (not jack-o'-lanterns). 2.Mums in the same fall hue. 3.Fall-themed
Good ideas for my front porch.
These lumpy, bumpy gourds add festive fall color, and the unique textures make them fun and interesting for little kids to check out. Decorations that engage the senses are always a plus.
“Keys toolbox” — Anne Murray
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Asharoken pool
cleaning system, an automatic cover, laminar jets and very precise spa conditions. Ornate and vast hardscape was needed for extensive entertaining both day and night. The mingling of fire, water, light and color were a priority. Achieving all these desires while maintaining both impeccable quality and taste
An unparalleled blending of the tranquil and the thrilling, stunning beauty both natural and custom crafted. Breathtaking views exquisitely complimented by this fabulous pool and spa. The touch of a button can transform the serene into the remarkable. Fire, colored lights, magnificent illuminated
What about the idea of curtains?
“outdoors” — MoMo Ramirez
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Great Plant Combinations
compartmentalized, mimicking our lives. We wake up, go to work, go to lunch, drive home from work, pick up the kids, prepare dinner, watch TV and head to bed, only to repeat the process the next day. The garden spaces with which we surround ourselves are much the same. We have our front yards, our side yards
depends on how many plant catalogs and design magazines end up in my mailbox in a particular week. Let’s look at the elements you can employ to craft a garden that satisfies your inner artist.
“. Become reacquainted with color flow. Think back to middle school science class. Do you remember le” — jerene24
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