Today we will focus on the painted craft for the garden. Paint is the preferred method of renovation for several reasons.
Paint is affordable. They vary widely in colors, effects, and applications that make them suitable for any surface or exposure. Last but not least, they are the easiest and fastest way to home transformations.
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From small decorative accents to flower pots, through garden playgrounds to furniture make-overs, paint helps you add individual and seasonal shades to your garden decoration.
Chalk paint Old flower pots
Ordinary terracotta pots become a breathtaking work of art with chalk paint. The texture changes to a matte and deep finish, reminiscent of an aged decoration.
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Chalk Paint Stenciled Garden Stone
Stones are lovely garden decoration or addition. Changing their color and painting pictures on them will make the stones more visible. Place them around the flowers in the garden, on top of a flower pot, or sketch your way on both sides.
Who says flower pots should be on the floor? Be creative and use a chandelier as a patio flower accent. Replace the candle holders with terracotta pots and paint in a color that suits your decor.
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Cinder Block Planters
Cinder blocks could be seen in various garden applications. If you are using them to build a stacked plant holder, consider changing their fabricated color. You can use stencils, masking tape and other paint materials to create interesting images.
Colorful baby crib in a porch swing
When children are already adults, furniture for babies and toddlers becomes unnecessary. Instead of throwing it away, reuse it and treat yourself to the loving memories it brings every time you see it.
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Cute people dressed in colored pots
If you like garden miniatures, you can easily make yourself a pair using terracotta pots in different sizes. Painting them in different colors will help you define the parts of the cute dressed little people.
DIY Bohemian Wheelbarrow Planter
If your garden is your summer take-away, you will be thrilled to understand how to make yourself such a cute wheelbarrow. Stenciling the colored wood with white ornaments makes it more visible among the rest of the flower containers.
DIY Key Wind Chime
The melodic clinking sound of wind chimes is one of the most soothing. You can easily make one yourself using old metal keys. Paint each key in a different color to mix the wind germ with your summer decoration.
DIY painted garden mowers
Larger rocks can become cute plant markers with the help of paint and acumen. When the surface is wide enough, reproduce the pictures of the vegetables and fruits or add garden symbols such as flowers, vines, etc.
DIY pallet American flag
An ordinary pallet becomes a beautiful porch sign that reveals your national dignity. The size of the pallet facilitates the painting process and provides a wide surface to reproduce accurate details from the flag.
DIY deck flower plants
Spray paint in light color magically and quickly transforms an old deck that can be hung on a tree or wall and can hold a tuft of blooming flowers.
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DIY Upcycled Rainbow Pallet Flower Planter
Use a pallet as a vertical plant holder for a specific effect of the garden decoration. Paint in the colors of the rainbow to disperse the bright summer mood.
Acrylic paint is great for home art on various surfaces. They are suitable for any type of wood and their use does not require any special skills. Use the wide surface of a door to reveal your painting skills.
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Let DIY Rainbow Paver Hopscotch
The garden is the favorite place for all children’s property in the summer. Make their time outside more fun and interesting with a DIY asphalt paver. Use paint to differentiate each paver and to mark the numbers.
Egg-shaped porch plinth
Plastic decorations from the dollar store can be easily transformed and transformed into the focal point of your porch. Use the metallic effect to give the decoration an imitated metal finish.
Garden Gnome Craft Sticks DIY
When you see the cute goblins peeking out of a pot, you will immediately smile. Small accents have a big impact when the message they carry is positive.
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Ladybug golf balls in the garden
Garden plaster sculptures are usually expensive. Fortunately, there are several do-it-yourself projects that let us create our own figures that provide the same amount of beauty as the ones sold. Paint ordinary golf balls in a ladybug pattern and place them randomly on the ground.
Paint Park Bench
Renovate the old garden bench for comfortable inviting furniture. Spray paint the iron support and use ore to paint the wooden beams.
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Paint your own outdoor rug
You will be surprised to understand that the rug in the picture is actually a painted area from the concrete patio floor. Make yourself different stencils that add color and pattern to the faux rug.
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If you have bees, you will love this DIY tutorial on how to paint your beehives. All motifs and colors are inspired by nature.
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Polka Dot mushrooms
Another great DIY project to make your own garden statues, this time in the form of mushrooms. They are very cute and can inspire you to decorate a fairy garden as their size can vary.
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Polka-dotted planned plants
Use the step-by-step terracotta plants as a multifunctional porch decor. Choose a pattern you want to paint the pots in and add the number of your house on one of them.
Re-Pureded Shutters Garden Art
If you are looking for a garden screen inspiration, how about renovating old shutters? Paint each in different colors and attach it to the ground where you would like to increase the level of privacy.
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Sky blue metal table
If you are happy with your garden furniture but it needs some improvement, try spray painting them. You will be amazed at how drastically the look has changed. It is also very budget friendly compared to getting a new set.
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Stenciled Patio Wall
Here is an idea for a very quick patio wall decoration with a stencil and chalk paint. The tulip leaves garlands make the ordinary ash block wall an artistic partition.
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Summer painted plants
The colorful design of the terra cotta pots refreshes the garden immediately. Summer symbols like watermelon and lemon give the right amount of cheer and summer appeal.
Sunshine Foam Front Door Sign
If you are looking for an easy to make and inexpensive sign for your porch, this one will fascinate you. Made of styrofoam and paint, it will add charm and make the porch more inviting.
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Tole painting on blue window frame
Update an old window and make it a fresh and colorful interior design accent for your garden with paint. Choose a pattern with flowers for the glass pieces that suits the season and the existing decoration.