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Add some decor to your garden (and reuse an old lamp fixture) with this Butterfly Garden Globe. In a few easy steps, you can have a lovely garden craft that will impress visitors of all shapes and sizes!
This Rope and Can Bird Feeder is one of the easiest crafts out there - even your kids could help create it. Use an old tin can and some rope to make this eco-friendly DIY bird feeder. In 20 minutes, you'll have a fantastic bird feeder to hang from your house, garage, or anywhere outside you'd like. You and your family will have fun watching all the different types of birds come and go all spring long.
Brighten up your garden with a homemade Mosaic Stepping stone. Mosaic craft projects are easy enough to make at home but look so fancy and fun! Repurpose old, scratched plates from your cabinet and add them to your project!
Summer is the perfect time to decorate your garden with flower pot crafts. Use discarded seed packets to create decorative additions for your porch or backyard. Decoupaged Seed Packet Clay Pots are easy to make and will help you cut down your trash haul.
Stay comfortable while gardening with this kneeling garden cushion crochet pattern. The sturdy cushion is both functional and attractive. Included in this crochet pattern are optional applique words: "I'm digging this!"
In the spirit of Michelle Obama's "victory garden," we have put together this collection of our favorite garden craft ideas. We hope these garden craft projects inspire you to start your own victory garden.
Don't toss that hamster wheel in the garage sale just yet...you can easily turn it into a beautiful outdoor door wreath. This Hamster Wheel Wreath is a genius idea for creating a decorative living plant decoration.
Coffee and tea lovers, this one's for you! Add a fun, caffeine-free touch to your yard or garden with Cup and Saucer Planters. This is a great excuse to upcycle old china that you might otherwise want to throw away.
There's never a better time to make your own garden crafts. Make them during the winter to prepare for spring or make them during the spring while your ideas are fresh in your head. See what great garden crafts you can make from FaveCrafts.
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