Grab empty wine bottles, shards of a mirror and glass nuggets for this idea!
Make a bright outdoor gallery with crates, spray paint them & then attach to them to a pallet. (Rob &Court
Sit back and chill on this rustic boho bench by nailing casters & hairpins stands to slabs of treated wood. (Amand
Liven up your porch with a made over spool base and add a sturdy stem. So cute. (Ileen .S)
Update your patio with fairy lights by stringing white bulbs through some grapevine balls.
Hang glass candle holders in your garden with some crystal and wire to make your summer shine.
Turn your vertical garden into a bright spring wall with some painted pots and pallets. (Crystal .A)
Grab a few bandannas and some painted conduit pipes and 2 sided circular boxes and voila! Spring dream!
Dog gates can look good too. Use colorful paracords and 2x2s to recreate this brilliant porch idea.
If you’ve got extra wood and dark stain, make your backyard the BBQ of the season.
Flip over the chairs and spray paint with color and place decorative cushions on the chair.
Choose plain fabric then rubber band to a wooden plank and let it sit in dye for five minutes.
Take an old oversized bucket and cut three sections of PVC piping, then insert into the bucket.
Fill up balloons with water, chill in the freezer, and fill in an empty vase.
Bundle up your fabric, cover in ice, sprinkle with dye over ice, and as the ice melts dye will be applied.
Measure the height of the chair you wish to fit the ottoman under and fit a fluffy pillow inside the crate.
Put in large wooden round, fill with corks, and place glass over it.
Instead of just updating the color, paint a mural on your worn chair for maximum glam.
Cut cardstock into desired motif or image, then use tissue paper to fill in the image.
Transform some clear wine bottles into this backyard jaw dropper!
Paint over or purchase colored party cups and pull through the garland wires through the cup.
Create a lattice motif with wood by cutting several to size and place a planter with vines underneath.
Modge podge on yellow tissue paper and cut felt into the pineapple’s leaves.
Measure the pots to get the desired amount of fabric cut and use modge podge to adhere the fabric.
With just a mason jar and a few more materials, you can make this!
Biuld your own wine bottle feeder with a few simple steps!
Turn old grungy chairs (or even broken chairs) into real poolside loungers by taking off the legs.
A great project for the kids to add color and fun to the backyard!
Use recycled light bulbs and puff paint for this great idea!
Grab some shaving cream for this easy backyard update!