Give your yard a budget-friendly makeover with these Great Ideas For Garden That You Can Do From Everyday Objects!
You don’t need fancy expensive stuff for a classy makeover. Seek inspiration from these Great Ideas for Garden Using Everyday Objects!
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Great Ideas for Garden Using Everyday Objects
1. DIY Hose Reel
Make this unique and inexpensive hose reel from a rim and spray paint of your favorite color. Find more about this idea here.
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2. Use Muffin Tins to Plant Seeds
Use a muffin tin to create evenly spaced planting holes to plant seeds. A detailed tutorial is here.
3. Use Fruit Crates as Planters
You can find wooden fruit crates at dirt-cheap rates or free in fruit shops or grocery stores. Use them to grow plants!
4. Wine Bottle Edging
If you like to collect wine bottles, this idea is for you. Make wine bottle edging in your garden. Read many other ways to use wine bottles here.
5. Garden Markers from Old Spoons
Old metal spoons can be beaten flat carefully with a hammer and then painted creatively to make cheerful markers. See the detailed post on Turning The Clock Back.
6. Diet Coke Can Hacks
Empty cans must not be thrown away. You can spray paint them and use to put cut flowers or herbs or to grow some plants. Watch this amazing YouTube video to learn how to do this.
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7. Bottle Fence
This might be tricky; use bottles to make interesting things in your garden. However, the efforts will be worth it.
8. Tire Planter
If creative juices are flowing in your blood, make colorful tire planters. Treat this as an opportunity to upcycle old tires that probably would have been eating space in your garage. Learn more about it.
9. Hanging Herb Garden from Coffee/Tea Cups
If you want a small herb garden within easy reach for some fresh herbs when cooking, try this idea.
10. DIY Golf Ball Ladybugs
Make these pretty ladybugs for your garden from golf balls and scatter them around the yard. Here’s the tutorial.
11. DIY Garden Art Mushrooms
She used stainless steel bowls to make these mushrooms. Read more about this project here.
12. Knotted String Hanging Planter
Bowls, jam jars, plastic takeout containers, and yogurt cups can all be repurposed into a modern and functional hanging planter. Check out the tutorial here.
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13. Shoe Organizer Turned into Vertical Garden
A shoe organizer is a wonderful way to build a vertical garden. This not only looks great, but it saves space as well. To make this, just fill each shoe space with potting mix and plant your favorite herbs.
14. Hanging Gutter Garden
Old gutters can be repurposed into a great hanging gutter garden. It is one of the best ways to use up vertical space. Strawberries are super easy fruits to grow in gutters; check it out.
15. DIY Plant Picture Frame
You can DIY a succulent living wall with just a few household items. We have got a tutorial available.
16. Frying Pan Birdbath
Have an unused lamp and a frying pan? Use it to create a birdbath. See more of it here.
17. Wheelbarrow Planter
Recycle an old wheelbarrow and turn it into a movable planter; move it anywhere when the weather is unfavorable.
18. Self-Watering Milk Jug Planter
Make a self-watering planter from used milk jags; find the tutorial here.
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19. Shoe Planter
Make this unique planter from old and unused shoes, drill holes for drainage and grow low-maintenance plants.
20. Basketball Planter
Bring some sporty vibes to your garden using an old basketball or football. Cut it from the top, and fill the soil in it. Also, don’t forget to create small holes in the bottom for drainage.
21. Stepladder as Planters Shelf
Just rest a stepladder against the wall and display planters on the steps. It will help you utilize the available vertical space while adding a piece of garden decor.
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22. Stock Tank Garden Pond
How about adding a pond to your garden? Sounds tricky? But it’s not. Here‘s a detailed tutorial on how you can make one and include your favorite aquatic plants in the garden.
23. Garden Wind Chime Using Keys and Pearl
Put on your creative hat and craft a beautiful windchime for the garden using rustic keys and pearls from your kid’s craft kit. The tutorial is here.
24. Mason Jar Garden Lantern
Mason jars serve quite a lot of purposes in the garden. With this tutorial, you’ll learn to make illuminating lanterns for the garden using mason jars, wires, sand, tea light candles, and other essentials.
25. Chair Planter
Do you have a broken chair at your house or one that’s not cool enough to be displayed anymore? Salvage it into a pretty chair planter. The tutorial is here.
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