I tend to use the broken pieces as drainage at the base of other plantings. But then I saw a post over at Broadsheet yesterday and I thought it was just the cutest thing.
How about these for creative ways to recycle your broken plant pots!
Selecting my favourite photo from my 365 project this week was easy! It has to be this shot taken in my garden. I must say I was really pleased with the way it turned out. Isn’t it pretty?
In our old house most of the garden was hard landscaped with only a couple of little flower beds and pots to add colour. But considering that I don’t have green fingers it was always plenty for me to cope with.
Now that we’re in mums we have a much bigger garden and I’m really enjoying pottering about and watching what the flora and fauna has to offer.
Here’s a few little pics of what’s happening around here now that the sun is shining.
A couple of weeks ago I talked about kerb appeal for brightening up your home. An attractive eye catching front door makes an impressive statement and will have the neighbours swooning about what lies beyond.
Whether you’re going for uptown urban, or country cottage here’s a few idea’s to give you some inspiration.
A balcony can be a perfect place to relax in on a warm summers evening. If you’re lucky enough to have a balcony, don’t let it become a home for bikes, toys and other junk. Transform it into a functional recreational space where you can sit and watch the world go by.
It may be miserable out there this morning, but as I’m always the optimist I just know the warm weather almost upon us!!
So in preparation for this long hot summer we’re going to have 😛 now is the time to prepare your home for those long days of indoor/outdoor living.