5 DIY Garden Design Tips (Non-Hypertufa)

Hello all, back after a break and here is a great DIY garden art (non-hypertufa) link.

Marta Puig de la Bellacasa (aka The Landwoman) – a Landscape Designer/Gardener and a fellow blogger has published a great article called ‘5 Tips to Design Your Own Garden’.

All I’d like to say here is that if you’re a DIY gardening enthusiast, you should read her article. I simply loved it and in all probability, so would you.

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http://thelandwoman.com/2014/11/05/5-tips-design-your-garden/

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Make Great Looking Hypertufa Stepping Stones

Having posted many links to DIY tutorials for making various hypertufa garden art objects like pots, planters, troughs etc., I’m happy to share a tutorial for making a new kind of hypertufa object – stepping stones.

Better still, this – rather rare kind of – DIY article posted by Jess from Hillsboro, OR, at ThriftyFun.com, also happens to be one of the most multi-media-information-rich links I’ve found / posted so far.

Called ‘Making Hypertufa Stepping Stones‘, this tutorial has it all – flowing text, many pictures, a video, step-by-step instruction including recipe and mixing method and so on. Just click the link below and let Jess guide you to making some great looking steeping stones for your garden with hypertufa and clamshells:

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http://www.thriftyfun.com/Making-Hypertufa-Stepping-Stones.html