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7 Creative DIY Plant Tag Ideas - Empress of Dirt
Dishes and cut glass bowls, lovely crystal and glass vases, and no way to display them...but wait, there is! Make your own Garden Totem in your favorite colors.
Garden Totems - using your thrift store finds to make garden art
DIY Kitchen Utensil Garden Art Flowers - Empress of Dirt
need more window panes, now!
Preserve summer memories with easy-to-make garden stepping stones.
Solar Light Centerpiece great for outside parties and for camping. Both pieces are very cheap too
every time you look in the garden...beautiful
Glass Jewels Heart Garden Art
Homemade Bird Feeder From Vintage Teacups: DIY Wedding Favors & Gifts
Vintage tea cup bird feeder
Repurpose water faucet handle turned into a wind chime~
diy key wind chime
Garden Tower Chime ~ made from thick flexible craft wire; painted & sealed (so paint doesn't chip off or fade) mini clay pots; something heavier to hang at the bottom; big, colorful beads to go between & up into the pots; loop @ the top end & hang! garden decorations, garden project, garden art, garden crafts, craft projects, flower pots, wind chimes, rain chain, clay pots
A good way to add color to the summer garden.
They shine and shimmer, glitter and glimmer. They catch the sunlight and glow at twilight. Crystal baubles, gem stones, acrylic and glass beads can add as much dazzle to your garden decor as they do to your jewelry collection. bead windchim, gem stones, garden stones for kids, garden art projects for kids, glass, garden bead, wind chimes, garden crafts for kids, garden decoration
Glass beaded wind chimes
nail polish + recycled lightbulbs = fun and fabulous. I loved this idea for decorating the yard for a Christmas in July party. You could also use glass paint for these which would be cheaper and faster than the nail polish. Too much fun! nail polish, garden decorations, garden art, christmas decorations, yard art, ornament, bulb, light, christmas trees
nail polish + recycled lightbulbs.......for the garden