Your garden is not just a place where you can grow beautiful flowers and plants. It can also be a space where you can do many different things. For example, it can be a relaxing place where you enjoy your morning cup of coffee or a space to entertain friends and family. One way to improve the look of your garden is by adding some decorations. But instead of buying these decorations, why not make them yourself? This blog post lists 10 DIY garden decoration ideas that will help bring color and character to your home’s exterior.
1. Bistro Chair Garden
- Bistro Chair Garden
- 2. Garden Bench with Wooden Pallet
- 3. Wire Planter Boxes
- 4. DIY Birdhouses with Recycled Materials
This is a simple way to create your very own garden chair by using the wooden pallets that you have in your garage or backyard shed, or even just collecting them from around the neighborhood if needed! The great thing about this project is that it can be made in any size, shape and color combination which makes it very versatile for whatever space you have available!
2. Cabbage Leaf Watering Can
- Cabbage Leaf Watering Can
What it is: A watering can made out of a cabbage leaf.
How to make it: Cut the center vein away from a large cabbage leaf, then roll this up and tie off with twine. Cut up an old broom handle and use it to create a spout at the end of your “cup” for easy pouring control. Next, create a handle by cutting two pieces of wood (1 inch thick) long enough to comfortably sit in your hand; drill holes into each piece of wood so that they interlock when placed together; place one piece over top of another then secure them together with screws from above (you may need additional support here). Place on top with rope or twine wrapped around both handles and tie tightly together–you’re done!
3. DIY Upcycled Chandelier
Upcycle an old chandelier
Upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality, potential usefulness and often just for fun. It’s a great way to make sure that your purchases are eco-friendly! Upcycling can be done with anything from furniture to clothing – even the garden!
If you have an old chandelier hanging around the house gathering dust, don’t throw it away! Instead, take it apart and repurpose it as a light fixture in your backyard. You can use recycled materials like old wine bottles or birdhouses to create a whimsical look around your garden; no matter what type of design you’re going for, this DIY project will turn heads at night when lit up by pretty lights.
4. DIY Tire Ottoman
A tire ottoman is a great way to use up old tires that you have lying around your yard. The best part about this project is that it only takes one hour to complete, making it perfect for the weekend crafter with limited time on their hands.
To make this project, you will need:
- A tire with the valve stem removed (or other air-filled tubes)
- A box cutter or utility knife
- Rope or string
- Hacksaw and wire cutters (optional)
5. DIY Fairy House
Fairy houses are a fun decoration to add to your garden, and they can be made from a variety of materials. If you have old toys lying around that the kids have outgrown, this is a great way to get them out of the house. The more ornate options can be used as hiding places for tiny treasures or secret hideouts for fairies who want some quiet time away from other fairy houses.
You will need:
- A jar or flower pot
- A small stone or pebble (optional)
- Moss & flowers
6. Mini Lawn In A Tin Can
Make a mini lawn in a tin can.
Step 1: Collect cans from your pantry and throw away the tops.
Step 2: Fill the bottom third of each can with potting soil or other suitable growing medium. Mix in some grass seed, if you want to do that as well (they sell mixed-color packets).
Step 3: Water each pot regularly until sprouts appear, then keep them moist to prevent them from drying out completely. Once they’re established, water less often but make sure that the soil is always moist enough for seeds to germinate and grow quickly (the longer it takes your seeds to get started, the more work they require).
7. DIY Wooden Birdhouse
The birdhouse is a great decoration for your garden. Birds are good for your garden, and they are also good for your health and soul. They help you to relax, which is why so many people love them so much.
It’s easy to make a birdhouse yourself! All you need is some wood that’s been cut into the right size (you can find these at any hardware store), some nails or screws, glue or something similar if needed (for example when attaching the roof), paint if desired, and finally some birds!
8. Make A Grapevine Wreath With Floral Accents!
A grapevine wreath is a simple and easy way to decorate your home. You can buy them at the store, but they’re often expensive and not very original. Instead of buying one, you should make your own by using natural materials like flowers, branches, or leaves. This will allow you to customize it however you want.
To make one:
- Cut the grapevines into pieces that are long enough for the size of the wreath frame (about 18 inches)
- Attach two pieces across from each other with floral wire or string
- Repeat with each pair until all four pieces are attached together forming a square shape
9. DIY Garden Markers
- DIY Garden Markers
You can use markers to demarcate the borders of your garden or the edges of your lawn. They are useful for ensuring that you do not get the plants in the wrong place and also add a decorative touch to your yard. You can decorate these markers with paint or stain and they will look very attractive in your garden.
10. DIY Succulent Planter From An Old Drawer
For the last DIY garden decoration, we are going to use an old drawer. You can also use a planter box or plastic container. You can plant succulents in the planter and paint it any color you want. You can add a handle to the planter if you want to hang it on your wall as well.
These are the top 10 DIY decorations for your garden and yard
- To get started with your garden decorations, you’ll need to decide what materials you want to use. Decorating the garden is a great way to utilize recycled materials that would otherwise just be thrown away or stored in a garage.
- The first thing on your list should be an outdoor hammock chair! These can be made from old sheets and some rope or straps, as well as additional material if needed for support purposes such as wooden poles inside the sheeting (for stability). See our step-by-step guide below for details on how this project should look like when completed:
In this blog post we have shared 10 DIY garden decorations. They are easy to make and will give your garden a unique touch.