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12 DIY Stuff for the Garden and Terrace


A lot of good things for your garden and terrace you can make alone with your own hands. Simple lamp on the wall, useful sprinklers, hanging flower pots and many nice and useful details that require a little creativity. View this gallery of 12 diy stuff and find an idea that will work and enjoy it.

Cans for candles

Simplicity of this idea simply delights. It is enough to cover a can with paper or cloth, tie with string and place inside a small candle.

Garden Sprinkler

Make yourself a sprinkler for your garden from plastic bottles and old pencils.

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Stones beside the path

Brighten your garden path so that the end of the path decorate with stones in which you can optionally add and lamps.

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Garden path limited by bottles

If you love the simplicity and recycling for making garden paths or restricting the plants you can take advantage of the bottles.

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Comfortable deckchair from pallets

Pallets can be used for projects for home and for garden. If you are skilled with a hammer, nails and paint try to make this sweet deckchair.

image via batona.net

Plants in the old wagon wheel

To make seedlings you can use old items.The old wagon wheel is fantastic for plants.

image via francotechnogap.com

Drawers on the wall

This is another example of the use of old furniture for plants. This drawers are also good for the terraces.

Light in the plants

The glasses can serve as candle holders. You can use those which are lower in order to keep the flame above the plants and use the appropriate candles that will keep insects away.

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Palette for garden tool

Take the palette for making corners for tool and your garden will instantly look neater.

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Lamps in cans

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Cans instead trays

image via quoteko.com

Spiral garden

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