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Agri & Gardening beautiful garden ideas that make everyone smile | Newsletter General

Beautiful Garden Ideas That Make Everyone Smile

by: Yvonne Doff
beautiful garden ideas that make everyone smile | Newsletter

Feel like brightening up your garden? These ideas will get you in the right mood. Plenty of beautiful garden ideas that make everyone smile. Which one are you going to use?

How To Keep Your Children Occupied

  1. Hobbit Playhouse

Which child does not love a playhouse? Turn your Lord Of The Rings obsession into a reality and live it up with an authentic hobbit house. A project that will make you happy. A play area for the kids during the day and a reading corner for adults in the evening

  1. Rowing Boat Sandpit Ideas

Ahoy captain! Imagine yourself at sea in this extraordinary sandbox. No old tender at home? Make a simple boat construction out of plywood. Don't forget to drill holes for drainage.

  1. Garden Noughts and Crosses

Like to play games? You will only need some painted pebble markers and a few pieces of slate. It's not only for children — a perfect addition for low maintenance gardens.

  1. DIY Tyre Swing

Renovate (possibly with the kids) your own classic tire swing and paint the rope and rubber. Dress it up nicely with some outdoor cushions, and you'll see: the kids' favorite.

Tyre-swing-hanging-on-ropes
Photo by Unsplash

Recommended: Great Garden Trends For 2021

  1. Outdoor Chalkboard Ideas

Need some entertainment in the summer? Get this awesome outdoor chalkboard. All you need is some chalkboard paint and a few backing boards. Combine relaxing and painting in one.

  1. Skateboard Rope Swing

Got an old broken skateboard? Please don't throw it away, as you can turn it into a fun swing that swings from left to right.

  1. Back Garden Mini Golf

Do you want something different in your garden? Then install this mini-golf course — fun for the entire family. What you need is wood to build the frames and some imagination to create the obstacles. Have you already mastered the perfect putt?

graden-mini-golf-boots-and-sticks
Photo by Unsplash

Recommended: Garden Tools And Products Shop

  1. Pebble Footprints

In a crafting mood? This is fun for the whole family. The toddlers could find pebbles as big as their feet. The older kids can paint the stones. Sounds like fun, right?

  1. Garden Hopscotch

Games from the past are the best! Let the nostalgia rise to the surface and make a hopscotch game that friends and family can enjoy for years to come. You'll need a pot of paint and some garden tiles.

Garden Design Ideas: Dining & Amusement

  1. DIY Garden Bar

Do you also enjoy the outdoors so much in the summer? Why not bring beach life to your garden with a bar? Get a few pallets and some corrugated aluminum for the roof. Cocktail anyone?

Man-standing-in-garden-bar
Photo by Unsplash

Recommended: Tips & Tricks To Improve Your Life And Environment

  1. DIY Fire Pit Ideas

Take some marshmallows and gather them around the fire pit. A fire pit is a fun centerpiece in your yard that you can enjoy after the sun goes down. No skills required, just building a few bricks. Enjoy your summer evenings!

  1. Lawn Wine Rack

Love a fresh glass of Sauvignon Blanc? Then this original bottle and glass holder is the one for your lawn. Please place it in the shade and enjoy it whenever you want.

Garden Design Ideas: Buildings & Furniture

  1. Living Teepee

Are you looking for a place to meditate and become one with nature? Then place a garden teepee. Also, very nice for the kids.

Children-sitting-in-their-Teepee
Photo by Unsplash

Recommended: Education Matters: Climate Change For Kids

  1. Gardening Potting Bench

Who doesn't love a tidy garden? Build your garden potting bench. With a few pallets, you can put it together in no time. Paint it, and you're done.

  1. Garden Bed

Concrete jungle garden? Time to add some color. A garden bed is ideal. It gives your garden a patch of grass that is perfect for sunbathing. What do you need? A raised frame and a layer of AstroTurf.  And then you will have a touch of the garden.

  1. Plastic Bottle Greenhouse

people-working-with-plastic-bottle-to-make-a-greenhouse

Recommended: Are Bio Based Bottles Good For The Environment?

This greenhouse does require a little work but has a self-watering system. It also raises the temperature by about 10 degrees. You need 1400 2-liter bottles to make an 8x6 greenhouse.

  1. Garden Mirror

Do you have a mirror to spare? Hang it in the garden. This provides extra light and gives the illusion of having more space. For the best effect, hang it opposite colorful, bright flowers. (see cover photo).

Garden Design Ideas: Flower & Plants

  1. Stacked Planters

Are planters boring? No way. Make use of vertical space in a small garden and build a wooden frame of stacked planters.

  1. Colorful Wall Pots

Empty paint cans don't have to be thrown away. Transform them - with a touch of paint - into a colorful planter or hanging herb garden on your fence.

  1. Driftwood Planter

Often driftwood is used as a garden ornament, but did you know you can also use them as planters? Ideal for air plants and succulents.

  1. Birdcage Hanging Basket

Birdcages were kitsch, but now these cages are used as beautiful hanging baskets for trailing perennials. Very pretty for the porch.

  1. Boat Planter

Very lovely in your garden are boats. Tenders too small to sit on can be converted into vertical planters. Use crate wood or pallets.

Garden Design Ideas: Storage

  1. Wellie Rack

With this wellie rack, you'll never lose a wellie again! Take a few strong branches and a large tree trunk. Cut these in half. Want more? Sand and paint it to match your home.

Garden Design Ideas: Water Features

  1. Watering Cans

Easy to recreate. Take a couple of galvanized watering cans, a galvanized water barrel or tub, a small water pump, and hanging brackets. Ready to go!

  1. Bathtub Pond

You can turn an old bathtub into a pond. Cheap and simple with water pipes and a small water pump. Use enamel paint to lighten it up.

bathtub-in-garden-with-water-and-plants
Photo by [email protected]

  1. Hovering Teapot

You can't make a pot of tea, but it does create a beautiful view in your garden. Finish it off with cheerful planters.

  1. Piano Waterfall

This is a perfect way to reuse an old piano. A beautiful garden element for the music lover. A touch of authenticity.

wooden-house-and-piano-waterfall-in-garden
Photo by kristopherorcharddesigns.ca

  1. Sprinkler

Ideal for the summer. This DIY sprinkler is easy to make: poke holes in a 2-liter plastic bottle and secure a hose over the mouthpiece. Perfect for your lawn and a joy for your kids.

Garden Design Ideas: Wildlife

  1. Boot Birdhouse

Reuse your work boots and turn them into a birdhouse. The boots' material is warm, soft, and insulated for birds — a great way to recycle.

  1. Bottle Bird Feeder

One way to feed birds during the winter is a bottle feeder. You will need an empty plastic bottle. Your children can help make and decorate them. Keep it out of reach of predators.

  1. Bee Hotel

How do you attract bees to your garden? With a bee hotel. Fill your hotel with different densely packed materials and use different textures. Bees love small holes and nooks.

Garden Design Ideas: Lighting

  1. Glow in the Dark Planters

Need light in the garden? Use glow-in-the-dark paint to paint your planters. Not only fun for Halloween but also ideal for lighting up your garden path.

  1. Tree Fairy Lights

Tree fairy lights are fun year-round. Hang them in bushes, wrap them around trees and drape them around hedges. What a delightful sight!

  1. Floating Candles

Floating candles light up your garden. Use mason jars as votive candles and attach them to ground spikes. Very cool at parties.

  1. Brick Tea Lights

Lots of candles, but no candlesticks? You can use firebricks as candle holders. Romantic for the stairs or striking along your path.

Cover photo by Unsplash

Before you go!

Recommended: Biggest Garden Trends For 2021 And Beyond

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Beautiful Garden Ideas That Make Everyone Smile

Feel like brightening up your garden? These ideas will get you in the right mood. Plenty of beautiful garden ideas that make everyone smile. Which one are you going to use? How To Keep Your Children Occupied Hobbit Playhouse Which child does not love a playhouse? Turn your Lord Of The Rings obsession into a reality and live it up with an authentic hobbit house. A project that will make you happy. A play area for the kids during the day and a reading corner for adults in the evening Rowing Boat Sandpit Ideas Ahoy captain! Imagine yourself at sea in this extraordinary sandbox. No old tender at home? Make a simple boat construction out of plywood. Don't forget to drill holes for drainage. Garden Noughts and Crosses Like to play games? You will only need some painted pebble markers and a few pieces of slate. It's not only for children — a perfect addition for low maintenance gardens. DIY Tyre Swing Renovate (possibly with the kids) your own classic tire swing and paint the rope and rubber. Dress it up nicely with some outdoor cushions, and you'll see: the kids' favorite. Photo by Unsplash Recommended:  Great Garden Trends For 2021 Outdoor Chalkboard Ideas Need some entertainment in the summer? Get this awesome outdoor chalkboard. All you need is some chalkboard paint and a few backing boards. Combine relaxing and painting in one. Skateboard Rope Swing Got an old broken skateboard? Please don't throw it away, as you can turn it into a fun swing that swings from left to right. Back Garden Mini Golf Do you want something different in your garden? Then install this mini-golf course — fun for the entire family. What you need is wood to build the frames and some imagination to create the obstacles. Have you already mastered the perfect putt? Photo by Unsplash Recommended:  Garden Tools And Products Shop Pebble Footprints In a crafting mood? This is fun for the whole family. The toddlers could find pebbles as big as their feet. The older kids can paint the stones. Sounds like fun, right? Garden Hopscotch Games from the past are the best! Let the nostalgia rise to the surface and make a hopscotch game that friends and family can enjoy for years to come. You'll need a pot of paint and some garden tiles. Garden Design Ideas: Dining & Amusement DIY Garden Bar Do you also enjoy the outdoors so much in the summer? Why not bring beach life to your garden with a bar? Get a few pallets and some corrugated aluminum for the roof. Cocktail anyone? Photo by Unsplash Recommended:  Tips & Tricks To Improve Your Life And Environment DIY Fire Pit Ideas Take some marshmallows and gather them around the fire pit. A fire pit is a fun centerpiece in your yard that you can enjoy after the sun goes down. No skills required, just building a few bricks. Enjoy your summer evenings! Lawn Wine Rack Love a fresh glass of Sauvignon Blanc? Then this original bottle and glass holder is the one for your lawn. Please place it in the shade and enjoy it whenever you want. Garden Design Ideas: Buildings & Furniture Living Teepee Are you looking for a place to meditate and become one with nature? Then place a garden teepee. Also, very nice for the kids. Photo by Unsplash Recommended:  Education Matters: Climate Change For Kids Gardening Potting Bench Who doesn't love a tidy garden? Build your garden potting bench. With a few pallets, you can put it together in no time. Paint it, and you're done. Garden Bed Concrete jungle garden? Time to add some color. A garden bed is ideal. It gives your garden a patch of grass that is perfect for sunbathing. What do you need? A raised frame and a layer of AstroTurf.  And then you will have a touch of the garden. Plastic Bottle Greenhouse Recommended:  Are Bio Based Bottles Good For The Environment? This greenhouse does require a little work but has a self-watering system. It also raises the temperature by about 10 degrees. You need 1400 2-liter bottles to make an 8x6 greenhouse. Garden Mirror Do you have a mirror to spare? Hang it in the garden. This provides extra light and gives the illusion of having more space. For the best effect, hang it opposite colorful, bright flowers. (see cover photo) . Garden Design Ideas: Flower & Plants Stacked Planters Are planters boring? No way. Make use of vertical space in a small garden and build a wooden frame of stacked planters. Colorful Wall Pots Empty paint cans don't have to be thrown away. Transform them - with a touch of paint - into a colorful planter or hanging herb garden on your fence. Driftwood Planter Often driftwood is used as a garden ornament, but did you know you can also use them as planters? Ideal for air plants and succulents. Birdcage Hanging Basket Birdcages were kitsch, but now these cages are used as beautiful hanging baskets for trailing perennials. Very pretty for the porch. Boat Planter Very lovely in your garden are boats. Tenders too small to sit on can be converted into vertical planters. Use crate wood or pallets. Garden Design Ideas: Storage Wellie Rack With this wellie rack, you'll never lose a wellie again! Take a few strong branches and a large tree trunk. Cut these in half. Want more? Sand and paint it to match your home. Garden Design Ideas: Water Features Watering Cans Easy to recreate. Take a couple of galvanized watering cans, a galvanized water barrel or tub, a small water pump, and hanging brackets. Ready to go! Bathtub Pond You can turn an old bathtub into a pond. Cheap and simple with water pipes and a small water pump. Use enamel paint to lighten it up. Photo by [email protected] Hovering Teapot You can't make a pot of tea, but it does create a beautiful view in your garden. Finish it off with cheerful planters. Piano Waterfall This is a perfect way to reuse an old piano. A beautiful garden element for the music lover. A touch of authenticity. Photo by  http:// kristopherorcharddesigns.ca Sprinkler Ideal for the summer. This DIY sprinkler is easy to make: poke holes in a 2-liter plastic bottle and secure a hose over the mouthpiece. Perfect for your lawn and a joy for your kids. Garden Design Ideas: Wildlife Boot Birdhouse Reuse your work boots and turn them into a birdhouse. The boots' material is warm, soft, and insulated for birds — a great way to recycle. Bottle Bird Feeder One way to feed birds during the winter is a bottle feeder. You will need an empty plastic bottle. Your children can help make and decorate them. Keep it out of reach of predators. Bee Hotel How do you attract bees to your garden? With a bee hotel. Fill your hotel with different densely packed materials and use different textures. Bees love small holes and nooks. Garden Design Ideas: Lighting Glow in the Dark Planters Need light in the garden? Use glow-in-the-dark paint to paint your planters. Not only fun for Halloween but also ideal for lighting up your garden path. Tree Fairy Lights Tree fairy lights are fun year-round. Hang them in bushes, wrap them around trees and drape them around hedges. What a delightful sight! Floating Candles Floating candles light up your garden. Use mason jars as votive candles and attach them to ground spikes. Very cool at parties. Brick Tea Lights Lots of candles, but no candlesticks? You can use firebricks as candle holders. Romantic for the stairs or striking along your path. Cover photo by Unsplash Before you go! Recommended:  Biggest Garden Trends For 2021 And Beyond Did you find this an interesting article, or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your article about gardens? Send your writing & scribble with a photo to  [email protected] , and we will write an interesting article based on your input or  subscribe .
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