Paula Kincaid
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love using concrete masonry units (blocks) for shelving...lzdb

there will be plants. I love the little wooden step stool and that cinderblock/plank shelving situation.might need that in the dining room or living room under the window

Suclents in Bricks--great way to repurpose extra bricks!

use bricks in the garden for hens & chicks - helps top keep them free of weeds and gives them a nice dry surface to grow on

Love this! Take your love of books outside and add character to your garden with painted bricks that resemble your favorite novel. A great way to use old bricks and create a wonderful private reading space! http://www.ehow.com/info_12340490_paint-bricks-look-like-books.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage

Take your love of books outside and add character to your garden with painted bricks that resemble your favorite novel. A great way to use old bricks and create a wonderful private reading

This was made from a square cake on the bottom and a small round cake on top. The turrets around the outside are made from a stack of jam filled packet biscuits. It was then covered in pink butter cream icing. The idea came from a women's weekly magazine.

This was made from a square cake on the bottom and a small round cake on top. The turrets around the outside are made from a stack of jam filled packet biscuits. It was then covered in pink butter cream icing. The idea came from a women& weekly magazine.