DIY Privacy Fence on a Budget Patio
Are you tired of the neighbors snooping? check out this diy privacy planter screen you can make on a budget. This easy backyard patio privacy fence is truly beautiful. #diy #privacyfence #budget
31 Creative Garden Decor Ideas For Summer DIY
Give your backyard a new face lift with these 31 easy and simple decor ideas. These garden decorations on a budget are perfect for making your outdoors more fun to be in. #diy #garden #backyard
How to Make a Framed Succulent Planter DIY
Using chicken wire, an old frame, fresh succulents and sphagnum moss I created this one of a kind planter that can be hung or propped up to be displayed!So cute and easy! I prefer to buy my succulents and sphagnum moss at the local greenhouse. I feel that the plants are healthy and I am supporting local. But they are readily available at most stores with a garden section as well. 1. Take the back off of your frame.2. Attach chicken wire to the inside edge using a staple gun. 3…
Macrame Basket Makeover
So the stay home order has lifted in my area, but that doesn’t mean I’m ready to run out to the store the first chance I get. I plan on playing it safe and limiting my exposure as much as possible for the for seeable future. Plus, I have a ton of random odds and ends in my craft room screaming to be used and I’m quite the home body anyway sooooo.... this is all fine by me!so being home has us spending more and more time outside, and any time I do go out for essentials I seem to find a…
DIY Vertical Wall Planter (An Easy Vertical Planter!) - Love & Renovations
This DIY vertical wall planter is very simple to build and looks absolutely beautiful on your walls. It's a great way to add some houseplants to your home!
How to Make a DIY Mini Hi-tech Vases With Light Bulbs
Gardeners: hang onto your burnt out light bulbs for this adorable ideaThis is so darn cute! Have you always thrown away used light bulbs? Don't hurry to do it again, you can make so many interesting things using them!
Fall Container Plantings
Right through until the last week of August, it was really hot and humid here. Then we had a couple of days of rain. By the time the clouds had moved on, the unpleasant heat and humidity had been washed away. Suddenly it seemed there was a hint to fall in the air. Busy as I find myself, I wanted to give the garden a bit of a fall update. My hanging baskets and some container plantings still look nice, so I am leaving them as they are. Other containers need a few seasonal touches. Then there…
Chickenwire Garden Purse
I was inspired by Barb to make this chicken-wire garden purse. I think she did a moss one which was also cute. I used whatever I had around the house to make this one. It looks great in your garden or porch also great indoor decor. What you’ll need:Chicken-wireSomething to line it - I used burlapWire clippersHot glue gun and sticksScissorsFirst you’ll cut your chicken-wire to the size you want. I used a piece I already had which was16”x24”. I just folded it up and used wire clippers…