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3 Inch Pvc Pipe

Solar Lights for the Patio. I needed something I could move around and not have to pull out of the ground to mow th lawn. I took 3 inch pvc pipe (cut in differnt lenghts). Liquid nailed them to a patio block. Painted them and hot glued the lights on top. Very easy and inexpensive.

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from The Nerd's Wife

Dog Enrichment Toy

Dog Enrichment Toy -- a fun way to keep pet's healthy and happy! #PetsLoveBeyond [AD]

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Lighted arches made out of 1/2 inch PVC pipe held in place by 3 foot rebar stakes. Each arch is 10 feet tall and 8 feet wide with 300 lights on each.

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from DogTipper

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DIY How to Make an Interactive Feeder / Puzzle Toy for your Dogs #PAW2014

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I used 1/2 inch PVC Electrical Conduit. I cut it all up into 3 inch pieces with a chop saw and glued them all together. Then I built a box out of foam core board just to have a back for markers to hit so they didn't go all the way through. I used foam core cause it was cheap and easy for me to work with and the marker storage just sits right beside my table on a shelf at arms reach. I was going to use copper pipe but it was more expensive, but with the walls of the copper pipe bieng thiner…

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from Attainable Sustainable

17 Plants on One Square Foot of Ground

Can you manage to find 12 square inches in which to garden? Look what you can do! By taking your vegetable garden vertical, you can grow a lot in just a little space!

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pvc pipe projects | Figure 10.136 - Deep pot irrigation uses an open-ended PVC pipe placed ...

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from Listotic

50 Brilliant, Easy & Cheap Storage Ideas (lots of tips and tricks)

Store hairdryer & straighteners on back of cupboard door and keep them plunged in through hole cut in side of wardrobe .

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from BuzzBuzzHome News

23 clever ways to declutter your garage

Got tired of losing my drills in the shop. 3 inch PVC pipe solves that problem.

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