Monday, 12 April 2010

Sharing some easy garden deco ideas from Tessa Evelegh's book

Hi Readers,
Ya...I know that I have been away from blogging for a while now...and I am very sorry about it. I received mails from so many of my regular visitors requesting updates on my blog. I am extremely sorry about this as I got busy with work. However, as a compensation to my absence, I will publish 2 posts today. Both the posts are some easy and faster DIY ideas. I am sure you will love them as much as I do...

This post features some simple garden decor ideas from the book 50 fabulous ways to decorate your garden by Tessa Evelegh. As I always emphasise, I prefer more of re-invention from old stuff. Considering the Global warming that is happening, I strongly feel that one can do a lot by re-using the old stuff in many creative ways. Some easy to do ideas for your garden are here for you to see....
Mexican Painted Pots
Plants in Containers
Stick broken tiles and create small Mosaic art for your Garden......big or small
I just loved this.....TIN CAN...Plant Nursery...
I hope you all liked this post and I am sure you will try some simple ideas like this from most of your throw away products at home. If you do try...please mail me a picture and I would love to showcase your work here.
(All pictures on this post are from the book 50 fabulous ways to decorate your garden by Tessa Evelegh)

6 comments:

Sharon Colaco D'Souza said...

What a lovely post! I particularly loved the Mexican painted pots!

Welcome back - good to see you back in action:)

Anupama Puneeth said...

very interesting ideas.
Thanks for sharing :)

Hilary said...

These are awesome ideas. I'm definitely bookmarking them, can't wait to into dome gardening as soon as summer arrives! The Mexican pots are perfect.

meera said...

loved the idea of using olive oil cans for gardening.

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Diana Crasta Interiors said...

A very creative post indeed...!!