Welcome to “Happiness is Homemade #428!” I’m featuring DIY outdoor garden decor ideas this week to give you some inspiration to start decorating your outdoor spaces. Did you miss the easy garden projects and ideas that were featured a couple of weeks ago? Check those out, too!
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FEATURED DIY OUTDOOR GARDEN DECOR IDEAS
THIS WEEK’S FEATURES!
Meagan, from Decorative Inspirations, shows us multiple DIY examples for sprucing up our spaces with plant sconces, and how to incorporate them into both inside your home and outdoors. My favorite is inserting greenery into her roped galvanized sconces for outdoor decorations. Drop by her blog to see all of her sconce ideas!
Bev, from The Eclectic Red Barn, teaches us how we can recycle a broken ladder in two different ways to display garden plants. Her display of cascading red petunias in her front yard are simply delightful. Planting them in galvanized planters was the perfect choice. Cascade on over to her blog to see her second ladder recycle idea!
Masterpieces of My Life, created a garden-themed tablescape that is unmatched! Using a variety of houseplants as a centerpiece was such a creative idea. Check out those garden gloves used as silverware holders! I can also picture decorating a patio table using the same items. Visiting her blog is a must so you can see more photos for garden table inspiration!
Carol, at Blue Sky at Home, shares a few of her outdoor upcycled projects that were all used for decorating her front porch. Her decor colors work out great for heading into the Memorial Day holiday and the summer season. Hop over to her blog to see the how-to’s for making over the garden stand, outdoor planter, and iron gates!
Candice, from She’s Crafty Crafty, teaches us how to make garden markers that are a quick budget craft to create. She uses them as decoration in her home in the cutest ways. You can also use them in the garden, just switch to E-6000 glue and use an outdoor sealant. Drop by her blog so you can replicate her markers!
ALLYSON’S WEEKLY BONUS FEATURE!
Marie, from This Dear Casa, shares how you can DIY a privacy fence from salvaged fence pickets. Doesn’t her upcycled project look amazing? Her patio decorations look impressive and create a welcoming vibe, so much that I’m ready to lounge on that comfy couch!
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