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There is an old shed that has needed to be demolished for a decade at least at the back of my garden.  A few years ago I decided to decorate it.  I call it my living wall, and it just adds some fun to an otherwise dumpy wall.  I am sure it won't last much longer, so I wanted to share it with you.  
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Funky goodness.
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