Decorating Your Outdoor Space

Use items that are otherwise collecting dust and garage sale finds to decorate your outdoor space. We found this sewing machine in a trash pile and purchased the table for $1 at a garage sale. We needed to quickly add some color for an event that would require outdoor photos, so I entwined the blue silk flower swag with the live plants in the bucket and no one knew the difference. The watercan was purchased on clearance at the end of season clearance. My neighbor often tells me she always enjoys looking out her kitchen window to see the "pretties" on my front porch.


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June 3, 20080 found this helpful

Using our imaginations is what it's all about! Great job!

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June 3, 20081 found this helpful

If I were your neighbor, I'd be checking out the 'pretties' on your front porch, too!

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December 17, 20160 found this helpful

Jealous I am, beautiful it is

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