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Garden Builder is a treasure trove of yard, patio, and garden projects you can build yourself!
Perfect for any gardener or outdoor enthusiast with a few basic DIY skills, it is packed with 35 complete project plans, each one featuring finished photos of the project along with cut lists and shopping lists, a construction diagram, and step-by-step instructions (complete with photos) show exactly how to build every project.
Most projects are made from durable exterior-rated wood and can be created with basic carpentry skills. But several of these highly desirable garden accessories are made with materials like concrete, metal, and wire.
Garden Builder is positively loaded with projects, a few you can look forward to building include:
Simply follow the clear and comprehensive instructions, and you'll have a garden that's rich in design elements, useful aids, and practical furnishings.
About the Author
JoAnn Moser, writing as DIY Maven, has been a featured contributor to Curbly.com, an on-trend DIY website that receives well in excess of one million visitors per month. Her designs and writing were featured in four books: Make It! Secondhand Chic, Make It! Hardware Store Decor, and Make It! Mid-century Modern, all published by Curbly Publications, as well as I Love Handicraft, published by China Light Industry Press.
In addition to her not-so-secret crafting obsession, Moser is also an accomplished fiction writer and holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Hamline University, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Her short stories have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and Futures Mystery Anthology Magazine, among others. She resides in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, where she and her husband design and build wood furnishings in their spare time. Her website is diymaven.com, and her Twitter handle is @DIY_Maven.
"This book will bring out the DIY in you. After completing one or more of the 35 projects described in this book, you and your garden visitors will be impressed with your handiwork."—The Farmer's Garden