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How to preserve wood slices for a garden path. This is a great way to use an old tree that has been blown over in the latest storm. - Rugged Thug

How to preserve wood slices for a garden path. Neat idea if we use the wood slices in the decor they can then be converted to path stones in the first house.

glow in the dark paint for outdoor use | How To Make Glow In the Dark Pavers Or Pathway — Homestead and ...

a glowing pathway - paint pavers, or really any rocked pathway, with Rust-Oleum Glow in the Dark paint. Essentially, all you do is paint the stones and when it’s dry coat it with a sealant so that the glow in the …

Imagine painting Halloween props, a couple of wooden chairs or a bench outside. Or rocks lining a driveway!!!

Use this on the planters to make them glow in the dark! - Rust-Oleum Glow-In-The-Dark Brush-on Paint - BLICK art materials paint on glass light replacement ball shaped covers turn upside down in lawn or in planter.

Another cool idea using Rustoleums Glow in the Dark paint . . paint it on pots and set them around the deck or pool .. they absorb sunlight during the day and glow at night .. love this!

DIY - Glow in the dark pots with mums for fall/Halloween. Buy a flower pot that you really like and use Rustoleum's Glow-in-the-dark paint to paint the pot. During the day, the paint will absorb the sunlight and at night the pots will glow.

log stools painted with glow in the dark paint.. very cool for the campfire and fire pit

Funny pictures about Log stools painted to glow in the dark. Oh, and cool pics about Log stools painted to glow in the dark. Also, Log stools painted to glow in the dark.

Fire pit! I love it!!

33 DIY Fire Pit Ideas (tutorials too!) I really need to have a contained firepit. Unfortunately, we can't have a Kelleysworld firepit in our DIY Fire Pit Ideas (tutorials too!) I really need to have a contained firepit.

Match Wood Grain

Whether you're banding a tabletop or making a picture frame, make sure the wood color and the grain pattern match at the miters. Selecting matching wood at the lumberyard takes only a few extra seconds and gives you much better-looking miters.