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Use chalkboard paint to remember what you've planted!

Create this lavender concrete planter block with stripes.

A fun way to display plant names in your garden! #SpringIsCalling

Glitter in salt shakers... how smart is that?!

Stack terra-cotta pots and saucers to create a handy deck or patio table.

  • Teresa Engel

    Awesome idea.....painting mine first

  • Chasity Wilson

    Love this idea, living in an apartment sometimes makes it hard to find things that don't cost too much. This is a great idea, going to paint mine with chalkboard paint, so I can write on it.

Turn a humble concrete block into an outdoor planter. Our downloadable patterns make it easy.

How to spray paint with several colors.

Colors swirl and blend in complex patterns on these painted panels. But there’s nothing complicated about how they’re made using tape and spray paint.

Plant a Butterfly Garden: Nourish nature. Amuse the kids. Or just watch as your garden comes alive with colorful winged creatures.

I could really go for a peach and gold color palette in my future office. Also, this has a great guide for making that DIY gold gumball machine! | A Place for Us Blog Gold Gumball Machine

In bouquets, azalea blooms add a vibrant note to both indoor and outdoor table settings. A single-color arrangement works nicely, but you can create an alluring mosaic with multicolor clusters.

Hanging round plant tags with wire stakes to show what you've planted where. #SpringIsCalling

Make staining your fence or deck a lot easier. Just upcycle a milk jug! Pour the stain inside, and have a great place to keep the paint brush when it isn't in use. #Vine #lowesfixinsix 15h

Cupcake pans: great for making cupcakes, even better for making flowers. #Vine #lowesfixinsix

Build this pint-size kids picnic table in a weekend to let kids know they’re special. This DIY project is perfect for your patio or yard.

How To Figure Out Fertilizer Left number – Nitrogen (N) for leaf development and vivid green color. Middle number – Phosphorous (P) for root growth. Right number – Potassium (K), sometimes called potash, for root development and disease resistance. #SpringIsCalling

White orchid in a black bowl with river stones #MothersDay

Rethinking your sink? Touch faucets make things less messy. #SpringIsCalling

Have some fun with Mom on Mother's Day by working together to make these decorative birdfeeders made from repurposed paint cans.

A glass cookie jar makes a perfect home for a tabletop garden full of succulent plants. This would make a great Mother's Day gift!

A deck never has enough surfaces for serving or prepping food. These easy-to-make wooden trays rest on deck rail hangers and can move from rail to table to kitchen and back. Just lift the tray from its hanger and carry it where you need it. #SpringIsCalling