21. DIY Vertical Herb Garden
Idea Details : diy-vintage-chic
Growing your favorite herbs doesn’t really has anything to do with the size of your garden, as you can always take things vertical almost effortlessly, just like this one. What you need is some pine boards, some screws, a pack of hinges, packs of locks, a roll of aluminum screen, some pots, and of course, lots of herbs to put your DIY Vertical Herb Garden together. You don’t have to be an expert at woodworking to pull off this relatively easy build, and the best part is that the whole thing won’t cost you more than 50 dollars.
22. How To Create A Small Vegetable Garden Using A Garden Spiral
Idea Details : ohmy-creative
Introducing a great twist to the concept of garden spirals, this Small Vegetable Garden looks absolutely stunning and works as the spotlight of your yard. Plus, it’s totally up to you how big or small you want the veggie garden to be depending on how much space you have got. All you need to use is lots of river rocks and some bagged organic garden soil. After all, there is something just so special about cooking and enjoying homegrown vegetables for dinner with the whole family!
23. How to Make a DIY Modern Concrete Fire Pit from Scratch
Idea Details : manmadediy
Spending a great evening with friends and family outdoors can’t get any more cherishing than sitting around a gorgeous Fire Pit while enjoying some snacks and chatting. You can build your very own DIY Fire Pit that looks totally chic, sleek and modern – all in no more than 50 dollars of investment. Plus, this one is a weather-resistant structure using gel fuel, which makes it perfect for having a quick post grill session fire. Although it takes a little care and patience to pull off the projects, the end results are truly worth it.
24. DIY Tutorial – Magical Clay Toadstools
Idea Details : fairygardens
Spruce up your garden space turning it into a quick reflection of your fairytale imagination with these Clay Toadstools that look just so magical when placed amidst the plants. What you are going to need to create the DIY Toadstools is a block of sculpey clay, some sticks from your garden, a variety of colors of acrylic paint, a paintbrush, a Q-tip, a toothpick, a knife, and a hot glue gun. Let the fairies fall in your garden the moment they get a glimpse of these mini stools from the heaven!
25. Easy DIY Garden Markers
Idea Details : chatfieldcourt
If you are one of those who are all about minimalism and subtle, plus are in no mood to take out a whole lot of time to build some garden markers, these super easy DIY Markers that take just a few minutes to whip up are all you need.
These are nothing but a bunch of clothespins attached to a stick, having some bright paint adorning them with that much needed touch of color. Just label the names of the plants on the clothespins using a Sharpie, and you are good to go with your exceptionally inexpensive project.
26. How to Make a Garden Fountain
Idea Details : instructables
Who said that those gorgeous Garden Fountains that are a totally picturesque sight to look must always be an affair costing heaps of dollars, making them ideal only for those huge elaborate gardens?
Taking a look at this inspiration, you would already be planning to build one of your very own as this is a very budget-friendly project calling for a handful supplies, including a pump, copper pipe, washtub or plastic storage bin, stones, Compression Female Adapter, ball valve, fiberglass screen, PVC conduit, drainage gravel and composite decking.
27. Junky Water Fountains
Idea Details : funkyjunkinteriors
Have you ever thought of transforming all that junk you wouldn’t even think of using into something as precious and beautiful as a water fountain that takes the prettiness of your garden to all new heights?
Head to the below idea by Funky Junk Interiors that explains how amazingly gorgeous fountains can be built out of stuff like a big old tipped pot, an old sink, an old broken kettle and a huge bucket, and much more! All you need to do is look around the store where you have that special junk lying around.
28. Glass Marbles in Your Fence
Idea Details : gardendrama
Everyone has that regular wooden fence surrounding their gardens, but you can make your home stand out with elegance, color and charm by adding a great twist to your garden fence – integrating colorful glass marbles in the wooden surface that look amazingly glow-y when the sunlight enters in.
The key is to gather different colors of glass marbles, drill holes in the fence according to the sizes of the marbles, and finally fixing the marbles in the holes to assemble the DIY Fence in just a matter of few minutes.
29. Rainbow Garden Art: Colorful Pot Painting
Idea Details : kcedventures
Convert a regular flower pot into a complete spectrum of colors and transform your garden into a stunning rainbow yard with some colorful pot painting. What you need for pulling off each pot is a clean Terra cotta pot, a variety of acrylic paints, some wax paper, a newspaper, and a smock.
The added perk about these colorful pots is that you don’t really need to strive for perfection when it comes to painting them. In fact, your little ones can help you out with the coloring and let their imaginations come to life.
30. DIY Bird and Butterfly Water Feeder
Idea Details : empressofdirt
Why go for a store-bought butterfly feeder when you can make a piece of wonder all by yourself, that too in just a few minutes and steal some applause from the friends and family? All you need is a grape vine wreath that works wonders as the base for housing a glass pie plate, a twine to hang your DIY Bird and Butterfly Water Feeder in your garden, and lastly some river rocks to put inside the plate to give those little flyers some place to stand while they feed themselves with fresh water.
Taking a look at all the wonderful Garden DIY and Craft Ideas above, it won’t be an overstatement to say that you can do a whole lot of things to decorate your yard and bring about a huge change in terms of not only its appearance, but purpose as well. And, yes all this won’t even cost you those heaps of buck to upgame your outdoor living space. Then why wait to get all crafting and enchanting your garden with utmost prettiness?