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Salvage Style for the Garden: Simple Outdoor Projects Using Reclaimed Treasures
     

Salvage Style for the Garden: Simple Outdoor Projects Using Reclaimed Treasures

by Marcianne Miller, Dana Irwin
 
Turn "trash" into garden treasures. It's ecologically smart and can save you money! All it takes are these fabulous instructions, ideas and photos. Why throw away a worn copper kettle when it makes a wonderfully attractive planter? Don't scrap that weathered wood; transform it into a comfortable Adirondack chair, perfect for whiling away those summer days. Some

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Turn "trash" into garden treasures. It's ecologically smart and can save you money! All it takes are these fabulous instructions, ideas and photos. Why throw away a worn copper kettle when it makes a wonderfully attractive planter? Don't scrap that weathered wood; transform it into a comfortable Adirondack chair, perfect for whiling away those summer days. Some projects are really for the birds, like a feeder fashioned from an ashtray, or a birdbath constructed from a salvaged sink. From benches and trellises to stepping stones and luminaries, these one-of-a-kind objects are far more beautiful than anything store-bought.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781579905972
Publisher:
Sterling Publishing
Publication date:
09/01/2004
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
9.92(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.45(d)

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