If you are an Our Fairfield Home and Garden blog reader, you probably know by now how much I love using repurposed items in the garden. The rustier and crustier the better! This idea for Wheel Rim Planters came from a recent junking trip I made to the Renewed For You Shoppe. There I found
Sometimes things just fall into place, you know? A sweet friend dropped off two egg cartons full of divisions from her Hens & Chicks last week. I had been trying to decide where to plant them and hadn’t settled on an idea yet. Then, yesterday I saw my neighbors carrying their old birdbath to the
Fall is here, the perfect time for walks in the woods and in your garden. As you stroll along, pay attention! There are natural materials all around you to make your own little fairies for free. This is such a relaxing activity and perfect for creative play with children. (note: I used hot glue.
This morning as I was taking a stroll around the neighborhood and our yard, I gathered little bits of leaves, acorns, monkey balls, sticks and grasses. Since buying fairies for my plants and garden is pretty pricey, I decided I would try my hand at making my own! Plus, the Arden Fair is next Saturday