Before summer is over, you need to try this watermelon basil salad recipe. Add a few ingredients to a bowl and in just minutes you will have a unique salad to serve up the next time you grill. We love watermelon around here and I try to come up with recipes to use the fruit as well. I mean they are huge right? You have to use it up before it spoils! Try this salad plus I have a few more recipes at the bottom of this post you don’t want to miss. Enjoy watermelon anytime of the day with our ideas.
This light up wreath will make a great addition to your porch or patio. Add it anywhere you need to light up the night. This post is sponsored Christmas Lights, Etc however all projects and opinions are my own. Ready to make your own gorgeous wreath that serves as an outdoor light as well? Follow along below!
These decorative flower pots with sea glass will look great around your home anytime of the year. I am in love with how this project turned out and I think you will love it as well. If you collected sea glass this summer at the beach, be sure to use it to create this one of a kind planter pot. If not, purchase some! You can make this planter either way.
Pool noodle games are great for inexpensive summer fun. We had a ton of fun creating an obstacle course with dollar store pool noodles. You can set this up in your own yard in just minutes then have a competition to see who can kick the ball through the course. These are also great for soccer practice!
Watermelon lemonade? Why not put the two together into one fabulous drink? Ever since I made watermelon sweet tea a few years ago, I have been infatuated with adding watermelon to everything. This year I am all about the lemonade so I figured why not? I know you will love it as well. So be sure to give it a try the first chance that you get!
This DIY burlap wreath is so easy to make! You will love the beach theme for summer as well. Add this to your front door or your home decor. Have a beach house? Even better! Make this simple wreath that looks like a life preserver to decorate.
Decorated mason jars are perfect for any season in my opinion. I thought I would make a quick and easy version for summer today. These jars are great for the center of your table this Fourth of July or on a mantel to celebrate the season. Make a rosette from a bandanna to decorate the front in just a few minutes.
This sandbox with lid is so quick and easy to make and add to your backyard. It is a really inexpensive alternative to a traditional sandbox. Who doesn’t love that? This is perfect for getting the kids outside this summer to play! Grab your supplies and make your own today!
I have been working on our porch and made this handmade wall hanging from burlap. This is such a simple idea but it gives BIG impact for a small price. I came up with this idea because I hate the thought of putting nails or screws into the side of our house. I wanted something pretty but light enough to hang on an outdoor Command hook. After a bit if searching, I decided just to make something myself. This is the result and it is so simple that you can make one as well!