We demolished some concrete at the back of our back shed and we were going to take it to the recycling centre but the cost of depositing the concrete was over $200 so we thought there must be some other means of disposal. We came up with the idea of creating a mounded garden bed at the edge of our front garden. It is part of the nature strip but our nature strip is about four metres wide and we have a dirt road in front of that.
We covered the rubble with soil and we will plant some ground cover over that. It is a less expensive method of disposal.
My sister-in-law asked me to convert a t-shirt, that she had had for some time, into a cushion cover. It was not a difficult task and was finished very quickly. I had planned to put piping around the cushion but because of the flexible nature of the t-shirt fabric I found that would have been too tricky so I left the cushion plain, with a zip opening.