source: giggleberrycreations.blogspot.ro; suttongrace.blogspot.com
sources: funkyjunkinteriors.net, theironstonenest.com
Dinosaur Hooks; Image sources: Etsy, craftcritters.blogspot.com; neverlistless.blogspot.com
source: Jefferson Woodworks
All you need to do is drill some random holes in your fence. The holes should be just big enough so that the glass marbles can be squeezed into the holes. You don’t want them to be too big or you’ll lose your marbles (hee, hee). But seriously, if your holes are too big you’ll need to use a clear silicone adhesive to hold them in place.
source: naturallycre8tive on Etsy
The folks at The Brickhouse blog take you through their slat screen installation right here. While Design Dining And Diapers blog has a well-detailed tutorial for their slat installationright here. Design Dining And Diapers uses wide slats for their fencing versus The Brickhouse’s narrow ones, but their detailed directions can be easily adjusted to accommodate any width slat you prefer.
source: potterybarn.com; betweennapsontheporch.net
source: Sacramento Paint & Walls Coverings
source: Sacramento Paint & Wall Coverings
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