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- Skyhorse Publishing
- unspecified 300 color photographs 300 Illustrations
- 300 color photographs
- 231 x 188 x 18 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 545 g
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Do-It-Yourself Garden Projects and Crafts
60 Planters, Bird Houses, Lotion Bars, Garlands, and Moreav Wolfe Debbie189Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
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Improve and decorate your garden and home with easy projects and beautiful crafts. Make a Bird and Bee bath, a Flower Press, a Foraged Garland, Herb Napkins Rings, and much much more! With step-by-step instructions illustrated in full color. Create your dream garden with simple bird baths, herb drying racks, and unique planters. And bring the outdoors indoors with natural fabric dyes, pressed flower paper, and herbal bouquets. DIY Garden Projects and Crafts book relies on home grown and foraged materials that will inspire creativity and capture the bounty of the seasons. The sixty practical and decorative projects for use in the garden and home include: Gardener's Tool Apron Metal garden charms Veggie Market Tote Macrame produce bag Gourd bird feeder Kirigami leather hanging planter Tomato cage plant stand Shibori Dyed Fabric Herbal lotion bars Gardener hand scrub All-purpose thyme cleaner And more! Do-It-Yourself Garden Projects and Crafts features detailed, step-by-step instructions as well as simple crafting and gardening tips that will make your projects successful.
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Debbie Wolfe is a freelance writer and co-author and photographer behind the garden blog The Prudent Garden. She is a mom of two rambunctious boys, wife, and is an obsessive crafter, home chef, and gardener. When not writing or crafting, she is in the garden or hidden away reading. She is also a regular contributor of garden and crafting content to HGTV, DIYNetwork, and Great American Country. She lives in Powder Springs, Georgia.