Adam Nowiński

Adam Nowiński

Adam Nowiński
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How to build your own wood-fired hot tub. Would be pretty cool...

DIY: Make Your Own Hot Tub How to build your own wood-fired hot tub.It’s not the easiest job, but building your own wood-fired hot tub can save you thousands of dollars if you’re willing to dig a hole and learn some basic concrete skills.

DIY MOSAIC STEPPING STONES

Jeffrey Bale's World of Gardens: Building a Pebble Mosaic Stepping Stone - A real master and he shares his techniques. for those want to build some incredible mosaic stepping stones.

Raised Herb GardenThis $1,500 red cedar chicken coop from Williams-Sonoma performs double-duty by allowing you to grow herbs and vegetables in a raised garden attached to your hens’ dwelling—a drainage system keeps water from falling into the run below.

Raised Herb Garden red cedar chicken coop from Williams-Sonoma performs double-duty by allowing you to grow herbs and vegetables in a raised garden attached to your hens’ dwelling—a drainage system keeps water from falling into the run below.

Basics (again)...

Requested: Dark Punk Edit I did Harry because I’m a Harry girl and it wasn’t specified which boy it was meant to be I didn’t edit the smoke, that was in the chosen photo, so credit to whoever edited the smoking :)

Raised Herb GardenThis $1,500 red cedar chicken coop from Williams-Sonoma performs double-duty by allowing you to grow herbs and vegetables in a raised garden attached to your hens’ dwelling—a drainage system keeps water from falling into the run below.

Raised Herb Garden red cedar chicken coop from Williams-Sonoma performs double-duty by allowing you to grow herbs and vegetables in a raised garden attached to your hens’ dwelling—a drainage system keeps water from falling into the run below.

Growing vegetables from food waste is a great lesson for kids and also makes great science experiments!!

Growing vegetables from food waste is a great lesson for kids and also makes great science experiments Teach students how to regrow food and pick a food to regrow as a class. Could use a food from a students leftover lunch.