How to Beautify Your Backyard Without Breaking Your Budget
Updating your backyard or garden space is a must, especially if you have plans to throw an outdoor dinner party or a casual gathering. With the summer season well underway, here are some budget-friendly ways to beautify your backyard without hurting your bank account!
Hide your gardening and yard tools with this adorable DIY French garden shed! For details on this DIY project, click here.
Bloom-Filled CrateWith a rustic crate, add your favorite florals to brighten up your garden or your backyard patio table.
ChandelierThis easy DIY project can be completed with grapevine balls, lights, twine, and a branch. Whether it’s indoors or for your backyard, continue to All Things Heart & Home for the full tutorial.
Add Your Own PondYour yard may not have a pond, but have you ever thought about creating your own? With miniature cedar boards, plywood, and a fountain pump this DIY tutorial can be found at Lowe’s.
Colander PlanterWho knew wrapping a colander with some twine could make a crafty planter? For this colander tutorial, click here.
Dinnerware to Bird FeederTransform old dinnerware into a bird feeder, drill a hole in the center of a plate or bowl and then your feeder is ready to hang! For details on this DIY, continue to Country Living.
Patio PaversTransform cement steps and add a creative touch to your backyard with these brightly patterned patio pavers. For the full tutorial, continue here.
Get StackingTo save space or for design purposes, stack your planters to make a tiered garden of herbs. For more details on this DIY idea, check out Fancy Frugal Life.
Mason Jar LidsMost DIY projects include mason jars, but what about their lids? Use the lids to create cute plant labels for your garden this summer.
Lantern TerrariumRepurpose your lanterns into a stylish terrarium with the help of the Fluorescent Beige blog! Unique and green, this lantern terrarium is a great way to bring nature indoors!
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