When the sun goes down, this “bright” idea is going to be a hit for all ages! Tape together 2 of the glow bracelets and get the party started with this simple and easy DIY! Tip: Find the glow sticks at the dollar store to keep the cost as low as possible.
(credit Momma Did It)
Want to try this one? To stay on budget, try garage sales or clearance sales (even scratch and dent sales!) to find a suitable lighting fixture for this. The solar lights can be found at most hardware stores, but to shopping sales, or warehouse stores will score you the best price on these!
(credit and how to: Garden of Leah)
This can be done without damaging the fence – just install mirrors inside the frames.
(credit and how to: Brambleberry Cottage)
By adding some funky cushions, painting the cinderblocks and staining the wood, you can have a bench that everyone will love!
(credit and how to: Simple Living by Lena Sekine)
This DIY is easy, and can be painted to match your personal style and decor. As a bonus, the inside will double as a storage space. Just make sure the pot is tall enough to sit at a comfortable height to be used as a table!
(credit and how to: Dukes & Duchesses)
Yes, you heard that one right! You can turn your backyard into the neighborhood hang out spot with this one.
Turn already existing planters (or get some new ones) into exterior lighting with glow-in-the-dark paint (like Rustoleum)
(credit Campfire In A Can)
A handwashing station is a must if you’ve got kids or are having a BBQ.. this one is going to save everyone from having to constantly head in the house to wash up!
(credit Princess Pinky Girl)
A backyard obstacle course is a sure win if you’ve got little ones you need to tire out. Old tires, hay bales, even rope strung up between some trees can create a super enjoyable obstacle course for cheap!
(credit Under the Sycamore)
Want to express your style a little more? Painting some stones in the the garden is a great way to bring a pop of color to these areas! You can even get the kids involved with this one.
(credit and how to: She Moves The Furniture)
You could turn an old ugly stump into a beautiful flower bed, cover it with moss, or turn it into a table base – super easy!
(credit and how to: Interior Holic)
Instead of throwing out that broken rake, save the metal rake head and re-purpose it to be useful all over again!
(credit Stuff About Artstuff and Stuff)
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