Make your neighbors jealous of your garden. Try these 14 garden ideas

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8. DIY rain chain
Raindrops will gently slide down this homemade rain chain, collect in the cups and leave you wishing it would rain just a bit longer. All Things Heart & Home created this rustic rain chain based on her combined love of terra cotta and rain chains.
9. Teacup bird feeder
Share your teatime with some feathered friends with this lovely teacup bird feeder. As You Wish Pottery painted her own teacup and saucer for this project, but you can use ones you find in the store, the antique market, or in your own cabinet.
10. Wooden garden boxes
Elevate your garden by placing it in wooden garden boxes. This simple project looks expensive, but the tutorial makes it simple for even beginner woodworkers. Garden boxes are ideal for keeping your garden looking neat and clean.
11. Grow a bit of moss
You can grow moss on almost any surface. Take it from something growing on rocks to words growing on your walls. The simple process uses a moss-based solution for painting. Hoselink recommends using a template to create words or unique shapes on your garden walls.
12. Glass bottle edging
Something as simple as the sun shining through a blue glass bottle creates an elegance to your garden. Cottage in the Oaks used glass wine bottles to create a colorful and unique garden edging. They found that the indentations in the bottoms hold just the right amount of water to attract butterflies.
13. Grow a monogram
Everyone will take note of your unique vertical garden when you grow your monogram. Michelle and Ryan showcase how they created this sensational landscaping focal point in this tutorial. You can easily create your own initial using their idea.
14. Beaded wind chime
A gentle tinkering is all you will hear when the breeze blows through your DIY garden wind chime. Stringing beautiful beads is a relaxing experience, especially if you do it in your garden. Garden Therapy shows you how to create your own garden sparkle here.
Gardening is so much more than just planting and growing. These craft projects will inspire you to relax and enjoy the time spent in your garden. Share these DIY garden project ideas with your friends and family on Facebook.
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