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Salvage style for the garden : simple outdoor projects using reclaimed treasures
Miller, Marcianne.
Adult Nonfiction SB473.5 .M55 2003

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Summary: 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.


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