Pretty plants also need perfect planter. Here are some DIY planters for you below. Make DIY vintage tea tin planters with your afternoon tea and then swap out the bags with soil for a creative twist on a planter and you just need to add water in it. Bring your broken ceramics and pottery and give them a new life with this Japanese restoration technique; a DIY kintsugi planters.

Painted rocks uses rock as an art base that is easily accessible to most people and it is also affordable when on a budget-free, in most cases. This art transform rock using a number of acrylic paint and it become more popular nowadays. The most ideals rocks have been weathered well and tumbled and rounded by a water source like a river, creek, lake or ocean. If the rock that you find is dirty, clean them with warm soapy water and scrub the, lightly with an old toothbrush, rinse them in cool water and pat them dry with a towel.

Take some inspiration from these DIY garden path ideas to make it by yourself. One of the most basic DIY garden path ideas that you can do is a gravel path that is cheap and affordable and easy to do. You also don’t have to dig very deep to achieve what you want even on cold-weather climates. The tiny stones move fluidly, so the winter’s freezes and thaws won’t heave and crack the surface in the same way they would with a rigid material like stones or pavers.