DIY Projects and Crafts for the Yard and Garden
Looking for something fun to make for your yard or garden? Or perhaps the porch? Check out the projects below! This section is filled with projects that are perfect for your entryway and outdoor areas! You'll also find great diy gift ideas in this section for your outdoor loving friends and family!
Helloooooo spring! These lavender bunny sachets will freshen your linen closet, dresser drawers, or clean laundry (toss one in the dryer!) and bring a smile to your face too! They make adorable gifts and bring the scent of spring inside for those not-so-sunny days.
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This adorable decoration will make your garden sparkle! Learn how to make it here!
Learn how to easily cut wine bottles and upcycle them into simple flower vases here!
This little terrarium is great for people with, or without, a green thumb, and it doesn't take too long to put together. I made this one out of 5" x 7" picture frames, but you could easily do this project with any size you like.
This budget friendly project is for the birds -- no literally! Made from terracotta pots and assembled in less than an afternoon, this easy project is fun for crafters of all ages!
Adorn your feet with these fun and easy to make beaded sandals and you won't have to worry about "getting sand in your shoes" at the beach!
This handmade gift is easy to make and won't break the bank! For 10 minutes of your time and less than $5 in supplies you'll have a dozen mini bird feeders to share with your friends and family (or keep for yourself!).
DIY Fairy Garden Terrarium
Hanging Beaded Sun Catchers / Wind chimes
Grab some of your favorite colors and let's bead a beautiful piece of art to hang in a window, on the porch, or even from trees out in your garden! Ready to get started? Click here!