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Blog posts of '2013' 'November'

Snowman Christmas Tree

 I struggle with decorating my tree every year. There are so many different cute ideas!

My problem is making my tree look as cute as the one in the picture. I just came across a new idea for your tree this year. I fell in love the first time I saw it on Facebook. It is cute and looks very easy to do. 

 

I heard the white  tree can be purchased at Big Lots for around $30.00. I also seen a snowman tree with a bucket of snowballs next to him and a shovel in his hand.

This is an easy Christmas craft that you can add your own style to. If you decide to make a snowman Christmas tree this Christmas we would love to see your tree.

You can share with us on our Mister Landscaper Facebook page.

 

Garden Tool Art

This is a blog for all garden lovers who have a hard time storing all their garden tools.  I struggle  to untangle the rake from everything else that is piled in the corner of my shed every time I go to use it. After browsing through Pintrest looking for great new garden ideas I discovered that I don't need to fight with my garden tools any longer!

 

I need to  separate my garden tools and display them in a creative order on the outside of my shed. This way I no longer need to fight for my rake and I now have a creative display of garden art on the side of my shed.

 

I'm however going to give my tools a face lift prior to displaying them. I have not decided what color to use yet,  but I am going to spray paint all the handles first. I'm thinking bright and bold to match the flowers. If you decide to join me in this creative garden tool art project please feel free to share you are on our Facebook page Mister Landscaper.

 

To get you started I am going to pin some of the creative ways our Pintrest friends have displayed their Garden Tools.

Mums the word

 

The beautiful, dark, rich colors of Mums blooming all around us is mother natures way of saying fall is upon us.

 

Mums are a great way to decorate for the up coming holidays. They are very hearty and offer a lot of bloom for the buck. If you are like me you wait and buy them from your local market or farmers market once fall arrives. You can't help but pick them up and take them home.

They are perfect  for the fall season.

If you are looking for some great ideas on how to decorate with mums this season go to Mister Landscaper Pintrest page and look under gardens and flowers.