This really works - we did it for our raised beds and regular garden, no weeds for two years!! The newspaper will prevent any grass and weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass and weed seeds that were present in the soil on planting will be dead. It’s green, it’s cheaper than fabric, and when you decide to remove or redesign the bed later on, you will not have the headache you would with fabric. (another pinner said)

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Put newspaper over the dirt pages thick & then cover it with mulch. The newspaper will prevent any grass & weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass & weed seeds that had been pres

Parts of the Newspaper…I couldn't get to the blog…but what a great bulletin board!

Parts of the Newspaper - Have the students work on the different parts in order to create a classroom newsletter. Something simpler but this idea.

A older man reading the newspaper on the subway. | 32 Revealing Photos Of New York City In The 1970s

32 Revealing Photos Of New York City In The 1970s

Art by Loui Jover - In Saatchi Online I love the newspaper and sheet music used in the backgrounds!:

Art by Loui Jover - In Saatchi Online I love the newspaper and sheet music used in the backgrounds! I love saatchi!

I originally did this tutorial for 100LayerCake.com, and it remains one of my favorite projects.  Here I’ll share the original post, plus some extra photos and details about how I make paper roses. These unique flowers can be bound into bouquets, or worked into creative centerpieces and decorations.   I use [...]

Paper Flower Tutorial: Storybook Paper Roses

The original tutorial for for Storybook paper roses, as seen on 100 Layer Cake. This is my technique for making roses out of book pages or sheet music.

The caption of the newspaper reads "John Watson clears Sherlock Holmes name" :'(

The caption of the newspaper reads "John Watson clears Sherlock Holmes name” <---- aaaand right in the feels<-- crying. This is why I love John Watson. But Sherlock crying makes me cry :'(

A series of infographics dashboards produced for Raconteur, a weekly special interest report supplement featured in The Times and The Sunday Times newspaper.  Each dashboard is used as a centre spread within the newspaper to summarise the report.  A simplified approach to complex data sets make the content engaging and easy to digest.  Illustrated, designed and visualised by London design agency The Surgery, these reports provides companies and organisations with an effective, informative…

A series of infographics dashboards produced for Raconteur, a weekly special interest report supplement featured in The Times and The Sunday Times newspaper. Each dashboard is used as a centre spread within the newspaper to summarise the report. A simpli…

Remember looking at the "movie page" in the newspaper for show times?  I love the titles that were showing at that time and THE PRICES!!!!

Remember looking at the "movie page" in the newspaper for show times? Not only do I remember it but I also saw Star Wars as a tiny kid in this exact theater listed. bloooows my mind!

The Newspaper Boys by John Ward, 1960. --Owned by the Tate ---Ward was born in Hereford and studied at the art school there before attending Royal College in London. Over the years his high reputation in portraiture has led to many prestigious commissions. He was elected Royal Academician in 1965. This painting shows Ward's two young sons, William (left) and George. It was painted at Bilting Court, the house he has lived in since the 1950s.

John Ward Title The Newspaper Boys Date 1960 MediumOil paint on canvas Dimensionssupport: 1372 x 915 x 22 mm frame: 1425 x 969 x 65 mm Collection Tate Acquisition Purchased with assistance from the Charlotte Bonham Carter Trust 1998

Looking for ways to work news into your classroom curriculum? Check out these great ideas for connecting current events to all subjects.

25 ideas for teaching current events - I like the "create historical newspaper" one utilizing 5 Ws especially when I run out of warm ups and bell ringers.

Hahaha<<<He's probably doing it for the newspaper << Daily Bugle headline: "SPIDER-MAN TOO COWARDLY TO TAKE A SIDE IN SUPER HERO CIVIL WAR."

For the Daily Bugle . which is probably running stories about how unhelpful Spider-Man is in the whole conflict

Heavily newspaper your garden beds before   you put down mulch. Weeds cannot grow through the newspaper, and the decomposing   paper feeds your soil. Best gardening tip I ever got!

Heavily newspaper your garden beds before you put down mulch. Weeds cannot grow through the newspaper, and the decomposing paper feeds your soil. Best gardening tip I ever got! Especially if you then put landscape fabric on top of the newspaper.

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