Get inspired by our easy DIY garden ideas and try them in your garden or backyard to make it look better than ever before!
1. Hand Painted Stone
Whether it’s the dead of winter or the middle of a blooming summer, there’s always color in the garden (and a story to tell) with a hand-painted stone. You can transform a rock into a plant or row marker, a message rock or simply dress up a planting bed. Painting and personalizing rocks is an easy project that the kids will love to do. Here is the tutorial.
2. DIY Outdoor Chalkboard
No doubt this DIY outdoor chalkboard is definitely one of the easiest backyard ideas that anyone can do. Creative, useful and aesthetically appealing, this chalkboard can be used as a reminder like when to prune plants or fertilize them or as a memo, you can also write many inspirational quotes or garden quotes on it. Learn how to do this here.
3. DIY Crate Shelves
It’s a new trend, recycling the objects! Wooden crates can be repainted and turned into beautiful and natural shelves. It’s easy and an inexpensive idea.
4. Mirror Garland
Create a light show in your garden with an easy-to-make mirror garland. A few fishing supplies, small mirrors, and adhesive are all you need to create a gorgeous light show in your garden. Check out the tutorial here.
5. Seashore Wind Chime
Make this seashore wind-chime to add soft natural music to the landscape. You just need to have some sea shells, thread, and a support. Here is more on it.
6. DIY Pallet Garden Table
Make this cheap and excellent garden table from pallets. Check out the tutorial.
7. Colorful Birdbath
Got a colorful plate or shallow bowl that you don’t use? Make this DIY birdbath out of it. With or without birds, this colorful birdbath itself look pretty beautiful in the garden. Tutorial here!
8. Ladder Planter
Get an old staircase, paint it and use it to keep the pots. Wonderful idea if you don’t have much space in the garden.
Also Read: DIY Ladder Planter
9. Cardboard Cereal Box Seed Starters
Brightly colored mini cereal boxes create cozy little homes for seeds as they work their way out through the soil to become big grown up plants. Here is the tutorial.
10. Caterpillar Bowling Ball Art
Garden visitors will be bowled over by this very friendly bowling ball art. It makes a great doorstop, but also looks sweet nestled in a flower patch or herb garden. Try creating different bowling ball bugs, like a ladybug or bumblebee. Read more at Birds and Blooms.
11. Teapot Bird Feeder
An old teapot will make a really cute bird feeder. Just attach the teapot to a tree or any sturdy support. You can also make it a birdhouse. As a feeder, it works nicely and is a unique idea to implement.
12. Garden Art Mushrooms From Bowls
One of the coolest DIY garden ideas. You can use metal bowls to make these cute mushrooms. Read more about this project here.
13. DIY Golf Ball Ladybugs
Make these pretty ladybugs for your garden from golf balls, here’s the tutorial.
14. Hanging Flower Tins
Stunningly simple idea to create a hanging garden. It is easy to make and all you need are some tin cans, spray paint, clothesline, hammer, nails and drill. Here is the tutorial.
Also Read: Make A Stunningly Beautiful Garden
15. Spray Paint Pebbles With Glow-in-the-dark Paint
Spray paint pebbles with glow-in-the-dark paint to create an amazing effect in the garden at night. You can use these pebbles on sides of pathway, on planter and on many other places in the garden.
16. DIY Wash Tub Planter
You can find galvanized wash tubs at cheap rates or you have some already. It is easy to make use of them as a planter. Read this post and this one too, to learn more about this idea.
17. DIY Tin Lanterns
Making these DIY tin lanterns is easy and doesn’t require much efforts. You can inexpensively upgrade your outdoor lightning system. Check out the tutorial on Elise Engh Studios.
18. Plastic Bottle Garden Flowers
Pull a few plastic bottles out of the recycling bin, and create these easy garden flowers. Learn how to make it here.
I am looking forward to spring even though the groundhog said there will be six more weeks of winter. I can dream! This has me looking around the web at gardening blogs, and I am IN LOVE with your painted rock and the golf ball ladybugs. How cute!!! I love having adorable things like this in my garden, so I can’t wait to try them out. Tomorrow will be crafting day for sure.
Very creative and interesting
Very creative and interesting.