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Today I have this top collection of DIY backyard decoration ideas. Most of them are super easy to make. Follow the links after each diy for step by step instructions.
1. Take Advantage of Tree Stumps
A half cut tree is of great use to make this small outdoor serving table. I simply love it and cant wait to make one for my garden. Source/Tutorial: Home Depot.
2. Old Picture Frame Fence Decor
Ok you need some picture frames. Picture frames are really inexpensive at the Dollar Store or Dollar Tree. Just paint them with your choice of color and then hang them all along the fence. I think different sized frames will look great together. What do you think? Source/Tutorial: fivepaintedlane
3. Turn an Old Tire Into a Planter
To build this aodrable planter you need an old used tire. Addicted 2 DIY blogger Katie has this brilliant idea of turning an old tire into a nice garden planter by simply wrapping it in sisal rope and adding legs. Source/Tutorial: Addicted 2 DIY.
4. Repurposed Croc Planters
Do not throw old cros, instead reuse them to make this adorable DIY Garden Decor. The holes in the sides offer great drainage for water. If you are using children’s Crocs, the holes are small enough and you can just put the soil right in. With adult Crocs, the holes are too big and the soil will come out over time. Source/Tutorial: greenmoxie
5. Repurposed Plate Fence Decor
Turn old mismatched plates are useful to hang them on your fence. This is a great idea to reuse old plates that you no longer use. I hope you like this idea. Source/Tutorial: acultivatednest
6. Vertical Succulent Garden
One of my friends just love to have succulents in his bedroom Succulents need hardly any care. A few old pallets or boards left over from other DIY projects give you all you need to make the planters. First hang them on your fence and then plant whatever succulents you wish. It creates a stunning green landscaping effect. Source/Tutorial: homedepot
7. Hang a Hammock
There is nothing quite visually relaxing as a backyard hammock strung between two trees. Refreshing the playground area is one thing that I love to do. Is there anything more soothing than a hammock gently swinging under string lights? This easy-to-pull-off setup is guaranteed to be your favorite spot to relax.
Source/ Tutorial: By Stephanie Lynn
8. Upcycled Hub Cap Fence Flowers
To make this DIY Garden Decor project, first head to your local salvage yard and pick up several old hub caps. When you get them home, you can paint them and turn them into beautiful flowers for your fence. Smaller hub caps can be stacked on top of larger ones to create 3-dimensional flowers. Then you just have to paint on the stems and your fence will instantly draw attention from anyone who enters your backyard. Source/Tutorial: hometalk
9. Painted Terra Cotta Plant Hanger
You can find all sorts of things to hang terra cotta plants on your fence. If you want to really dress it up, paint them different colors and make them really colorful. Then your fence will come alive with all the plants that you put in. This is also a great project for those broken or chipped pots. Hang them in such a way that the broken side is one the back and you won’t have to throw them out. Source/Tutorial: shannoneileenblog
10. Colorful Bag Planters
Turn old purses, totes and lunch bags into beautiful planters for your fence. Line the bags with plastic to keep soil from staining the fabric and then hang them on your metal or wooden fence with their handles. You can also just slip them over your fence posts. Add some flowers and greenery and you have a beautifully colored display that will instantly bring life to that old fence. Source/Tutorial: hgtv
11. Upcycled Tire Planters
A couple of old tires and a plain shed wall become blooming art!
tart with a couple of old tires… drill some holes at the bottom for drainage. Fix to the side of your shed wall with some HUGE screws and washers. Fill with potting soil.These are Eco-Friendly and because the tires hold the heat, the flowers are protected on those chilly nights. Source/Tutorial: recapturedcharm
How many of these amazing ideas do you think you’ll attempt this year? I hope you will try atleast one of these amazing DIY Backyard Decoration Ideas using old used hangers. Wishing you an amazing happy crafting time 🙂
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