Almost all of us have a special place in our hearts for all things Disney. Here is an idea to spread the love to our garden with just a little effort, time and expense. Layout enough circular bricks to make Mickey’s head (or Minnies). Mark the area and remove the bricks. You need to dig out this area to free it from grass and weeds and all the roots that you don’t want springing up in your new display. When you are done digging and cleaning the dirt in this area replace the bricks. To the cleaned out soil you will want to add potting and garden soil and office shredding if you have them. Here garden gnomes that depict Disney characters and a nice flag was added. Then plant flowers or annuals or whatever you like. What a conversation starter.
Spread guacamole out in the shape of a face. Add black tortilla chips for the hair. Add olives for the bolts. Pipe facial features with colored sour cream.
You can also make a witch with a green face and tortillas shaped to make a hat. Olives for warts along with piping facial features.
What a great idea for Halloween. This designer used a black Christmas tree and put orange and purple netting on it. They also added fun Halloween ornaments. They then topped it with a witches hat and witches feet.
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Cut a pallet as seen in the last picture to create three racks for a wall to hold magazines or easily reachable file holders for forms or files needed quickly and repetitively in an office. These would work out great in a child’s room to make books and coloring books easily accessible to little hands as well. Can be finished in a number of different ways from painting to staining. Think about final little details like deals, large nail heads or upholstery nail heads etc. Something very useful made from something free – the only cost is from your imagination of ho the finish should look like.