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If you’re like me, your garden may not lived up to all of your hopes and dreams this summer. The good news: there are still several months to enjoy your yard before fall and winter hit!
Sometimes all it takes is one fun project to change up your yard and hold you over (until next year). I browsed Pinterest for a few DIY garden ideas and I found a lot of really cool options!
Looking for some ways to get your kids involved in gardening? Add this truck tunnel to the area to keep them entertained while you’re gardening. I couldn’t find a tutorial for it, but it looks fairly simple. All it really takes is some PVC, rocks, and bricks or wood for the road.
If you’re tight on space, or just getting tired of all of the weeds, try a shoe organizer planter. It’s great to put right outside the kitchen or by the back door to grow all of your herbs and vegetables.
This tree swing is so simple and so sweet. I think it would really brighten up any yard! The instructions are over at A Beautiful Mess, or you can check out some more involved swings if your skills are feeling up to the task. We have three in our yard in various places and they are more of a hit with kids than our regular playset!
I love the idea of this outdoor sound wall (although your neighbors may not love it as much). This is another great activity to give the kids while you’re gardening or working in the yard. Most of the materials can be picked up from Goodwill and your local hardware store.
Grab a pallet and your most used (or prettiest) garden tools and convert it into storage! It’s a beautiful way to keep your most handy tools, well… handy!
See our DIY Garden Pinterest Board for more ideas.