Renee Mitchell
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Our Patio - zevy joy-A multipurpose patio reveal with dining and lounging areas. Room to grow, eat and visit. Lush greenery and photos showing the different design arrangements.

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I like the idea of having a backyard writing/relaxation shed that can also double as a guest cottage.

Cunliffe Version of Yard Yahtzee from a pin we saw.. Used a 4X4 cedar wood from Home Depot, a wood burner with circle attachment from a craft store, buckets from dollar store used my Cricut with dollar store vinyl to make the yard Yahtzee sticker for the buckets. I made up a large Yahtzee scoreboard in Photoshop and had it printed for only $3.00 as a blueprint Put it in a poster frame from Walmart only $9.99. Attached dry erase pen and eraser using sticky velcro. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL CUNLIFFE…

Cunliffe Version of Yard Yahtzee from a pin we saw. Used a cedar wood from Home Depot, a wood burner with circle attachment from a craft store, buckets from dollar store used my Cricut with dollar store vinyl to make the yard Yahtzee sticker for the b

Hostas!!!  I think this is what I'm going for on the front hill, any thoughts?

*need more hostas!* - Hostas are a topnotch groundcover for shady areas. Plant them on a tough-to-mow hillside to create a lovely, carefree garden bed.

Garden up a slope -- from http://www.bhg.com/gardening/landscaping-projects/landscape-basics/slope-solutions/#page=4

If one big wall won't do, several low walls with level terraces between may be the right solution. Consider paving a level to create a patio and a comfy seating area. An inviting midslope patio is a great place to sit and survey the rest of your garden.