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Other great ideas for DIY garden paths. Love this wood slice path. All natural and charming to look at!

Domesticated Nomad: Garden Path Redux

7 Creative ways of turning wood logs and tree stumps into unique accessories- this is a great idea for creating a walkway around my raised garden beds!

Mason jars + lights. So cute!

10 Ideas for Outdoor Mason Jar Lights to Add a Romantic Glow to Your Patio

Great idea for DIY mason jar string lights. Perfect for the backyard or a rustic wedding

IDEA !!! I could totally do this for my back yard !!! Yah mom found a backyard idea :) now just need the front

Garden retreat under the weeping willow, by Modular Garden. My favorite place to play, imagine and dream when I was a child was under my Great Grand Fathers weeping willow.

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Using wood as stepping stones in your garden. Inexpensive and natural materials. Especially, like in the case of Jen and Matt from Domesticated Nomad, if you have left over woods from having trees.

Colored Pencil Fence!

30 Quick And Cozy Projects To Make This Fall

Funky rustic lighting for the garden

Rustic lighting on stone pillars in the garden.old galvanized buckets turned upside down to house the light fixture, perfect for rustic, woodland gardens!

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How to turn wood logs & tree stumps into unique accessories! Diy garden paths of wood slabs

Jeffrey Bale's World of Gardens: Building a Pebble Mosaic Stepping Stone - this technique would work great for outdoor shower floor.

Jeffrey Bales World of Gardens: Building a Pebble Mosaic Stepping Stone. Round step stone with marbles, Indonesian Turquoise, Red Montana Rainbow, Black Mexican Beach and center beach stone.

Concrete chunks stained with iron sulfate – this is worth looking into for patio and walkways. it LOOKS like flagstones, but is really ripped out concrete, FREE material. Used for building raised beds as well.

Side yard idea -- concrete chunks stained with iron sulfate - this is worth looking into for patio and walkways. it LOOKS like flagstones, but is really ripped out concrete, FREE material. Used for building raised beds as well.

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