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Learn How to Quill a darling Heart Shaped Mother's Day Paper Craft Gift Idea via Paper Chase - Moms and Grandmas will love these pretty handmade works of art! The BEST Easy DIY Mother's Day Gifts and Treats Ideas - Holiday Craft Activity Projects, Free Printables and Favorite Brunch Desserts Recipes for Moms and Grandmas

Learn How to Quill a darling Heart Shaped Mothers Day Paper Craft Gift Idea via Paper Chase - Moms and Grandmas will love these pretty handmade works of art! The BEST Easy DIY Mothers Day Gifts and Treats Ideas - Holiday Craft Activity Projects, Free Pri

DIY Story Cups for Light Play -- fun for light table storytelling or pretend play from Play Trains!

Home made light box. DIY Story Cups for Light Play -- fun for light table storytelling or pretend play from Play Trains!

Das muß ich unbedingt diesen Sommer in unserem Garten ausprobieren. Baumstumpf mit Glow-In-The-Dark Farbe anstreichen und anschließend abwischen. Die Farbe bleibt in den Jahresringen des Holzes hängen und hinterläßt diese schönen Muster.

DIY Glow in the dark stump seats. Paint and then wipe off different colored GLOW IN THE DARK paints. The paint will dry inside the rings of the stump.

Herb drying racks out of old picture frames! Just staple on some window screen netting.

GARDEN CRAFTS :: DIY Herb Drying Rack :: Picture frames + screen + chain = Herb, fruit, or veggie dryer. -- Or as a rack for drying painted papers, and other art projects. Platform feeder for birds. Imagination, go wild!

Trench composting - Dig a short one foot ditch, chop yard trimmings and food scraps, and mix them into the soil in the bottom four inches of the trench. Resume digging the trench until the materials are covered and a new trench is formed.  When creating any kind of compost pile, avoid using material that re-sprouts, such as willow, alder, and Bermuda grass.

Trenching - composting by digging a trench roughly 3 feet deep and filling it with compostable scraps, covering them with alternate layers of soil. Once completed, leave them for months to break down and then plant your vegetables directly into the bed.