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How To Turn A Wine Barrel Into An Outdoor Sink

How To Turn A Wine Barrel Into An Outdoor Sink Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our  PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. when summer comes, outdoor barbecuing is not far off. who wouldn’t want the ability to have their …

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How to Make Pumpkin Wine

How to Make Pumpkin Wine Take advantage of all those pumpkins that will be all over the place ATM as Halloween is nearly upon us. Pumpkin wine is delicious and so easy to make you will kick yourself if you don’t try this easy wine making recipe. This wine does take a few months to make …

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Chic and Simple Wine Cork Bath Mat

Chic and Simple Wine Cork Bath Mat Are you in need of both a new bathroom mat and a good excuse to drink a bottle (or a couple hundred bottles) of wine? Look no further than this great DIY invention from inhabitat.com. At the end of the night, the wine is gone and the bottle …

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How To Build A Patio Table with Built-in Cooler

How To Build A Patio Table with Built-in Cooler Spruce up your deck with a clever DIY patio table that also keeps drinks cool and within arms reach. Dreamed up by crafty couple Sarah Bowes-Pope and Alex Pope of the blog Domesticated Engineer, this stunning wood patio table with built-in coolers is possibly one of the most awesome …

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How To Make Dandelion Wine

How To Make Dandelion Wine Dandelion wine making is an important part of the home-brewer’s calendar, and it’s a wonderful drink. Although the flowers can make an appearance at any time of the year, 99% of them bloom in a flamboyant spring flush.  Dandelion wine is our newest addition. It’s exotic in taste, and this unique libation …

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13 Ways To Reuse Wine Bottles In Your Garden

13 Ways To Reuse Wine Bottles In Your Garden Even if you’re not a big drinker, wine bottles can stack up fast. You can certainly recycle them, but they’re such a great shape that it almost seems a pity to just get rid of them with the week’s recycling. So why not try adding something …

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