Whilst I was making some more wooden soap moulds for our upcoming soap making workshops, Kim completed the lamp-post garden makeover.
I helped put in the wooden edging and reinforced it with screws, extra wood and stakes so that it wouldn’t move with a bit of weight behind it, but other than that, all the work and beautification was her hard graft.
This is where we left off last week
And here is the finished garden
Here are a few close-ups of Kim’s work.
It is such a great little nook to relax in. Teddy can’t get enough of it!
It cost us about $100 in pavers and a few more pots and plants, but other than that, we had all the other materials.
Not bad for a few hours work. Kim is really enjoying gardening. Maybe she caught my gardening bug.
Kudos to Kim for turning an unused part of the yard into something very useful for a very low-cost. The wow factor when you walk through our gate has just increase ten fold!
Bravo darling. Bravo.
What do you think of Kim’s handy work?