It might look like a simple, but it’s a really, really good one.
It’s called a ‘tangle’ and it’s made out of cardboard, and it does everything a traditional tangle needs to do: keep the grass and trees together and give the whole area a nice and stable foundation.
The trick is to keep it out of the way and out of people’s sight, so that the grass is able to grow.
The DIY version is called ‘tanglescape’, and is a simple way to keep the lawn tidy, tidy and tidy.
It was invented by a Sydney woman, who said she was inspired by the way the country’s famous wildflowers grow in the hills of northern Queensland.
“I’m a bit of a landscape gardener and I was wondering if there was anything that I could do to make my backyard a little more beautiful,” she said.
“It’s just something I was doing to see if it would make the grass look a little nicer and more natural, I guess.”
The DIY technique involves cutting the cardboard into long strips and using them to create a series of ‘tangling’ strips.
They’re then glued together with a string to create an arch or a “tangle” in the middle of the lawn.
The finished ‘tangled’ strips are then attached to a small tree and placed in a tree stump.
Once the trees are planted, the trees can then grow in a circle and keep the soil level and the grassed areas together.
The result is a tangle that’s not quite as tidy as a traditional one, but can still be easily managed and maintained.
The process is simple enough, and takes just a few minutes to complete.
“It’s really easy to do, really easy, and a lot of fun,” Ms Williams said.
While it may look like something out of a fairy tale, the tangle actually makes for a more natural look, which helps it keep the natural grass and vegetation in line.
It’s a little bit like how the wildflower plants in the country are always growing and thriving.
And although it’s quite a simple concept, Ms Williams says it’s an effective way to make the garden more beautiful.
In the DIY version, the cardboard strips are cut into strips and the trees planted in the ground.
The tangle is then attached with a rope.
After the tangling is done, the strips are glued together, and the strips and tree can be moved around to create the perfect arrangement for the grass.
Once the trees have been planted, they can be pulled apart to create more “cliffs”, and the edges of the grass can be placed in the tangled area.
This creates a perfect structure for the natural growth of the wildflower.
So what’s the secret to a ‘beautiful’ tangle?
While a traditional “tangled” tangle can be a little confusing, the DIY tangle doesn’t have to be, and Ms Williams doesn’t even need to know the process to make it work.
She just needs to know what she’s looking for.
There are some other simple and cheap ways to create beautiful tangle designs.
She said you could just make a box or box with a few strips of cardboard.
But for a DIY tangled tangle, you’ll want to find the right cardboard for the size of your area, as well as the strength and thickness of the strips.
You could also make your own “tang” by simply using a sheet of card stock.
But you won’t be able to create such a beautiful tangled, as the tapers can get a little tricky.
Even with all the steps involved, Ms Robinson says she’s not too concerned about it.
Just keep in mind that a DIY ‘ tangle might not be for everyone.
A DIY tang is a little different than the traditional one because the taper is more gradual.
But if you like the look of a traditional tree, then you should definitely try it out.
And for more DIY gardening tips, check out the ABC’s Garden Garden series.
Originally published as DIY ‘garden’ tangled