I have a really great outdoor project for y’all today. These wood and mason jar tiki torches are perfect for keeping bugs at bay outdoors. I wanted a tiki torch that would hang instead of the typical ones that you put in the ground.
Learning how to make your own outdoor pillows is super simple with the step by step instructions below. I will even show you how to add those fun quotes with a paint marker for a personal touch to your outdoor decor. I have been compensated for this post by Fairfield who makes the pillow forms and material used in this tutorial. Also links to purchase product wihtin this post are affiliate links and a portion of your purchase will go to support this site. The project and opinions are always all my own however.
We have had a problem this year y’all. The dreaded carpenter bees have been at work around the farm. My husband made a trap and I thought I would share it here with y’all. Use any scrap 4 x 4 you have to make a carpenter bee trap for your home. This is a simple project and it uses a mason jar y’all!
Add just a touch of gold leaf to a planter box for a glamorous touch in any room. This little planter box is a picket fence but this same technique would work for any planter box around your home or even one you pick up from a thrift store. This post was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed however I thought I would post it here in case you missed it. I am compensated as well as receive free product for my design team status with them however all projects and opinions are my own.
I am kicking off a series of posts sponsored by Krylon today. This painted wicker table is my first project. I took a tired table that was on my front porch and gave it new life with just Krylon, tape and paper! See the detailed steps below and try your hand at making this same pattern on any furniture that you would like to redo — indoors or out.
So I love gnomes y’all. They are just too cute in a garden. So why not have a gnome sprinkler? It is such an easy project and this little guy will be smiling in your garden all season long. This post is sponsored and I am also going to share with you how to help make your gardening success even easier with the Miracle-Gro® LiquaFeed® Universal Feeder. It allows you to feed your
plants the right amount of nutrients while you water. You can see more about the product and how to use it below.
You can make your own marbled terra cotta pots in just minutes with the super simple directions below. This post is sponsored by DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own. Visit the DecoArt Chalky Finish website for more chalk paint ideas and inspiration. Change up the colors and make some planters that you will love to have around your home. You can also enter a great contest sponsored by Decoart. Click here to enter and get more information.
For the final day of summer mason jar week, I am sharing a fun garden gift in a jar. This is a gift and also a planter y’all!! Before we get to the instructions, if you want to see more summer jar crafts from my partners for this series, be sure to scroll down to the end of this post. This is a part of a mason jar craft contest as well and you can find more information on that as well as see the entries on Crafts with Jars. I am also entering this one into a contest sponsored by Expressions Vinyl and I am part of the Etchall Ambassador team so both of those products were given to me free of charge. All opinions and projects are my own however.
We use our back patio for some many things during the summer. When BEHR asked me to post about what makes our outdoor area special, I thought I would share some of my outdoor decor ideas with you. Our back patio is a bright and colorful retreat during the warm months of the year. It serves as a garden, relaxation area, and of course a dining room some nights.
I have a big treat for y’all today. My rustic sweet tea sign is the perfect addition to any outdoor area. Just grab your supplies and make your own. You might even have everything you need in the junk pile out back y’all….I know I did!