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And then on the fourth row, I used only 9 pieces of wood, continuing with the stair step effect on what would be the top of the basket. That’s how I did the first and last pieces of the fifth row, but all of the other pieces in that row are moved over so that only half of the wood piece is resting on the pieces below.
I did a total of 10 rows, with each subsequent row using one less wood piece that the row before it.  And rows 5 through 10 were all done in the way described above, where the first and last wood piece were sitting askew, and all of the tiles in between were moved over so that only half was resting on the wood beneath it. With that side of the basket finished, I flipped it over, and started work on the other side of the basket.  I did it in the very same way, and since the first row was already in place (both halves of the basket shared Row 1), that meant that I started with Row 2 and added a total of 9 rows to this side of the basket. And then I was ready to add the coco liner (I bought one called a Replacement Coco Liner from Home Depot, which basically looked like a flat circle, and just cut it down to fit) and flowers, and then hang my basket in the tree. I love the way it looks from the side, with the hint of color from the flowers peeking through. So easy!  And cheap!  And pretty darn fun to make.  Those are my favorite kinds of projects, especially when you can work on them outside in gorgeous weather. Your post is so fortuitous … I’ve just been surfing the web for a DIY idea for a housewarming gift and this is perfect, not to mention gorgeous! I made this yesterday and the good news is through its design it has enough of a flat bottom to sit perfectly level. I COULD NOT believe you in a post few days ago when you said once this house is leveled it will be full steam ahead!!! Just showed my DH the planter, his first comments were that since you used the end grain of the wood it will eventually crack and split like crazy.

Button, zip or close the shirt and pants where necessary, tie ends of shirt arms and pant legs closed with string or rope. Now that you have the basic scarecrow in place, consider the ways you can make it personal! Showcase your scarecrows on the front porch, sitting in a chair you can see from the back window, standing watch over your entryway, or perched in a windowbox, dangling his legs from the second story. Another version with the wood frame, from ‘2 Little Hooligans’, love this DIY fall craft scarecrow!
Check out how to make pumpkin people scarecrows for the front porch, from ‘Womans Day’! Cutting and sanding the 137 pieces was a bit tedious, but the basket came together relatively quickly and is a great statement piece on the patio. Use a permanent marker for facial features or glue cut out pieces of felt for the eyes and mouth. For years my kids each made one of themselves, and we had a whole family of scarecrows (our family!) lining the porch. Use the above techniques and the below inspiration to DIY a scarecrow as unique as your family! No need for permission to pin or to feature 1 or 2 pictures with full watermarks intact that link back to the original project.
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But nothing is more satisfying than using your creativity making a personal expression of your family, for almost no money, than making your own scarecrow! You can vary the type of clothes from an old fashioned farmer, to a clown, to a princess complete with tutu…what ever works for your family. Use them indoors as well in your entry, or as an extra guest at the dining table for a little fall whimsy! Insert flexible wire into the arms and legs before you pin the body together for a pose-able scarecrow.
LOL) Today, I open up your blog and ‘ta da’ there is a beautiful basket of flowers! Make little kid scarecrows, or a scarecrow to remind you of a dear friend or family member.
When I was screwing in the hook the piece of wood cracked and eventually broke which caused the whole thing to fall and break off the entire top portion from the weight of it falling upside down.

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