I have been pinning several fun backyard ideas and this little bin was the birth of a few of those pins. Check out all my "backyard" pins HERE. (warning: pinning can be as addicting as crack)
Everyone chipped in to help. The whole project coat about $50 and too less than three hours. The weather was so nice it even felt a little like spring!
Adelyn has become quiet the daddy's girl in the garage. She really loved being outside and helping.
I had to squeeze this picture in the post because it is my new favorite. At 22 months she is becoming more of a girl than our baby. (ps. I am trying to grow out her bangs-man, it is tough!)
Even I helped... here is the proof. Now, you can see I am not showered, no makeup, bed hair, and wearing Adam's tee-shirt, BUT instead of deleting this picture I chose to post it... lol! And here is our new compost bin!! It is 3 feet around, which seemed perfect when we were planning, but now we wish we would have made it 5 feet. We did three side chicken wire and one side is covered with wooded slats to make it prettier (if a compost bin can be pretty?) I have been doing my research about organic composting and with the expertise of my parents I think it will be a great success! Here is our first dump!! By Spring I bet we have the richest garden on the cul de sac!