Covered Raised Bed. Some of you may have seen me build them at the Fall Texas Home and Garden Show in Fort Worth? Many have asked what they're like to plant in and today I'm sharing the planting side of the covered raised bed. My original reason for implementing this concept was to keep the chickens from eating my plants and it worked perfectly.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
This weeks feature is from Making it in the Mountains; she mixed burlap and lace to create a really nice table runner. I love the mix of natural and detail together it really looks great on her farm table. If table runners aren't your thing you could implement this skill to making place mats. Hope you take a moment to click over to see her instructions and remember to link up and find something new to read. Have a great Tuesday Everyone!
Sunday, October 19, 2014
A couple weekends ago I went to the zoo with my teenagers and we had a great visit. I was fascinated by a couple places. One was the giraffes because their heads are so unique, next came the penguins; they're simply cute, and then came the bird sanctuary. This is where my imagination ran wild. It was incredible to stand inside the netted area and watch the activity. They had several breeds flying about and then I began thinking of the quail and decided if I expanded their living environment I could learn more. I enjoy sitting and studying their behavior it's an interesting, detailed experience.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
I've got a fun Tuesday for you and decided to add a Giveaway in conjunction with today's featured blogger. I made these pumpkins last week for my Texas Home and Garden article this month; it was a DIY project. I decided they were perfect for a Giveaway! Scroll down for quick details on how you can win one of these wooden pumpkins. Don't forget to check out this weeks feature from Memories by the Mile. This is an awesome blog and I'm so glad I found her. Have a Great Tuesday y' all.
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