If you’ve got limited space in your backyard, why not check out this DIY painted fence and hanging garden tutorial from Serena, of Thrift Diving. The painted fence is a great way to add a pop of bright color to your home while the hanging garden is an easy solution to a small yard. Use KILZ Over Armor Paint to create a durable, weatherproof finish on your wooden fence.

If you’ve got limited space in your backyard, why not check out this DIY painted fence and hanging garden tutorial from Serena, of Thrift Diving. The painted fence is a great way to add a pop of bright color to your home while the hanging garden is an easy solution to a small yard. Use KILZ Over Armor Paint to create a durable, weatherproof finish on your wooden fence.




If you’ve got limited space i

We already showcased a pretty birdcage turned into a hanging garden. Here is a nice tutorial found at Craftberry Bush Blog that will show you how do it by yourself. I’m excited to share with you this sweet little bird cage planter I made over the weekend using some spreading succulents. I knew the…

We already showcased a pretty birdcage turned into a hanging garden. Here is a nice tutorial found at Craftberry Bush Blog that will show you how do it by yourself. I’m excited to share with you this sweet little bird cage planter I made over the weekend using some spreading succulents. I knew the…




We already showcased a pretty

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon: one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (one that may have been pure legend)were built in present day Iraq around 605-562 BC and were attributed to King Nebuchadnezzar who constructed them to please his wife who longed for the plants of her homeland.They were destroyed by earthquakes after the 2nd century BC.They are documented by ancient Greek Roman writers however no texts describing them are extant no definitive archaeological evidence has been found.

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon: one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (one that may have been pure legend)were built in present day Iraq around 605-562 BC and were attributed to King Nebuchadnezzar who constructed them to please his wife who longed for the plants of her homeland.They were destroyed by earthquakes after the 2nd century BC.They are documented by ancient Greek Roman writers however no texts describing them are extant no definitive archaeological evidence has been found.




The Hanging Gardens of Babylo