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Fun Fall Wreaths for Your Front Door

Are you ready to begin decorating for fall? Start by adding curb appeal to your front door with one of the five fun fall wreaths below.

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DIY Weekend Project: Bird Bath & Planter

Are you looking to add whimsy and wild life to your yard? Try this simple DIY project from Beth of Home Stories A to Z.
Start out by collecting all your materials.

You will need:
• 1 8″ tall terracotta pot for the base
• 4 6″ tall pots
• 1 4″-5″ tall pot
• 62 inch piece of rebar
• Spray paint primer
• Spray paint in your color choice. (Pictured in Valspar’s Exotic Sea.)
• Discarded globe from light
• Little ceramic bird or other cute ceramic animal (optional).
• DAP Household/Aquatic Adhesive

NOTE: Measurements provided are just a guideline, for best results use your own measurements and judgment.

Step 1: Prime all of your pots and then spray paint them in the color you chose.

 

Step 2: Measure the height of all of your pots and then add 24 inches to that number to determine the length of your rebar. Cut your rebar to size using a hacksaw. Use a hammer to pound the rebar into the ground at least two feet down so that it will hold your heavy pots.
Step 3: Put your pots onto the rebar and fill with soil. Tilt each pot from right to left, filling with soil as you go.

 

Step 4: Take the globe from a discarded light and place it onto the top of the rebar. The bowl will be resting on the top flower pot but the rebar should thread all the way up into the birdbath bowl. Use DAP household/aquatic adhesive to attach the bird and to seal around the gap between the bowl and rebar hole. The adhesive takes a day to cure, so don’t fill the bowl with water until it is dry.

 

Step 5: Plant your flowers and enjoy!

Source: Home Stories A to Z

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DIY Weekend Project: Kitchen Storage Solutions

Looking for a way to optimize your kitchen with easy and inexpensive storage solutions? Below are six great storage ideas.

Tin Can Storage

Tin CansPhoto: HGTV

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Shelf Dividers

shelf dividerPhoto: Martha Stewart

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Measuring Cup Storage

measuring cupPhoto: Infarrantly Creative

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Can Storage

Can storagePhoto: Family Handyman

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Modern Wine Rack

Wine rack Photo: Martha Stewart

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Glass Holder

Glass holderPhoto: Family Handyman

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Cookie Cutter Holder

cookie cutterPhoto: Better Homes and Gardens

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DIY Weekend Project – Create a Fabulous Fall Wreath for your Front Door

Below are 5 Fabulous Fall Wreaths to add curb appeal to your Front Door.

 

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