16 Amazing DIY Ideas to Spruce Up Your Garden

If you love spending time in the garden, then you will definitely appreciate the garden art projects we have found here. Having a beautiful garden doesn’t have to be expensive. Our list is full of gorgeous garden decorations which you can do yourself. Each project can be done with items you either already have in your home, or don’t cost to much. Regardless of your taste you will surely find some projects here that will interest you. See them, and start to work!

16 Amazing DIY Ideas to Spruce Up Your Garden

1. Metal Flower Garden

Metal Flower Garden

Spruce your dreary wooden fence with some colorful metal flowers! Via Chris H. Olsen

2. Homemade Whimsical Pinwheels

Homemade whimsical pinwheels

Recycle all your soda cans into art for the terrace, balcony or small garden. Via Planting Happiness

3. Decorative Garden Balls

Decorative Garden Balls

These gorgeous sun-catchers can be made out of different repurposed items such as old bowling balls or glass lamp globes. Get the tutorial at Empress of Dirt

4. Concrete Mushroom

Concrete Mushroom

Add splashes of bright colors to any part of the garden with these tiny and fun mushrooms. Get the tutorial at Crown Hill

5. Rain Chain Using Spoons

Rain Chain Using Spoons

If You love the sound of water, this is a interesting project to reuse old spoons and make something you can enjoy. Get the tutorial at Birds & Blooms

6. Whimsical Faux Pillow Stepping Stones

Whimsical Faux Pillow Stepping Stones

Although they look like soft fluffy pillows, they’re actually concrete stepping stones! Via Decor Hacks

4 thoughts on “16 Amazing DIY Ideas to Spruce Up Your Garden

  1. we own a small olive farm halfway up a valley in the mountains of Cataluña in the middle of a forest in a Park Natural and it is a constant battle between garden and forest. I really like your teapot idea and will try making it but I have one really big problem which neither of us can solve. Because it gets so hot up here in summer Michael made a water tank for the birds water bar but one water dish was not enough so this year I have decided to upgrade it to a cascading waterbar, and therein lies the problem. Where we have placed it under the olive tree there is enough room for the two dishes to be on different levels but how to get the water to act like a fountain has me beaten, have you any ideas on how to do this without costing a fortune? we have plenty of sun here most of the year.

  2. What a lovely idea. I too will try it in the garden. Love to encourage wild life. Think you may need a pump I’m not very gadget minded. Let us all know how you get on. Best Wishes. Anne

  3. Our garden can be significantly transformed with the help of such original things. The implementation of these ideas will help to create many decorative elements.

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