With the weather getting nicer, we’re sure a lot of you have been thinking of getting crafty in the garden. We sure have. You might be wondering where to start though. but don’t have an idea of what to make where to start. Lucky for you, we have rounded up some incredible garden craft projects you can do today that are easy-to-make and inexpensive.
With these beautiful ideas, it will give your garden a fresh new look you’ll just love.
Aren’t you excited? We are! We definitely are excited to share these fun ideas with you. We’ve got everything from concrete and wood planters, orbs, and garden balls to shelves, markers, and signs.
Garden Craft Projects
If you are ready to work on your garden with these amazing craft projects, be sure to check each link and see which of them you want to do first.
No more mystery plants! We are always planting things in our gardens, thinking we’ll remember what they are. Time passes and we are thinking, was that the basil or the mint? These garden markers solve that problem and are cute to boot!
Whoa. $5? What a deal! And it’s beautiful and trendy. We’d love to put this on our front porch.
What is it about garden orbs that add a sense of style and interest to any garden plot? These are easy to make too!
Need some containers for container gardening? These pallet planters are a standout!
We love the look of this. It reminds us of something you’d carry your gardening tools in and yet, it’s filled with beautiful plants.
Take a simple colander and turn it into a hanging planter. Love this!
This is such a fun idea. How do you make something so topsy-turvy looking and keep it from falling over? It’s easier than you think.
Looking to add a water feature to your yard? Simple and classic, this design is a beauty.
Not only is this beautiful, it’s practical too!
Add some colorful interest to your yard with these concrete mushrooms. We can imagine all kinds of great designs and styles for these.
Stepping stones are always a lovely addition to any garden. These use sea glass to add color and interest.
Another take on the garden orbs, we like the texture that these add. Would you keep it plain or paint it?
This. Is. Adorable. Tuck a little gnome into a corner of your garden and watch visitors say “awwwww” as soon as they see him.
Boring metal fence? Not anymore. Paint some simple tin cans, add flowering plants to them, and attach them all along the garden.
This is such a simple, but amazing way to plant strawberries (and get them up off the ground too!). We can picture filling this with flowers (pansies or geraniums would look lovely!) too.
Yes. All you have to do is find some beautiful paper napkins (we see them at the dollar store all the time) and you can create some gorgeous flower pots.
Wow. This is really unique looking but it’s so beautiful. Another piece to have your visitors oohing and ahhing and wondering how you made it!
The raw edge on this just adds so much texture and interest to it. We love the rustic style of this plant stand.
We have seen those wood slices being used for signs and charcuterie boards but never an idea like this. What do you think? Would this work in your yard?
Another beautiful and yet practical addition to your yard, this planter bench is a great way to add more seating for guests.
Here’s another great way to label plants in your garden.
What do you think of these easy-to-make and inexpensive craft projects? Aren’t they adorable? Start planning out your garden today!