How to Beautify Your Backyard Without Breaking Your Budget

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Updating your backyard or garden space is a must, especially if you have plans to throw an outdoor dinner party or a casual gathering.

With the summer season well underway, here are some budget-friendly ways to beautify your backyard without hurting your bank account!

Garden Shed

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Hide your gardening and yard tools with this adorable DIY French garden shed! For details on this DIY project, click here.

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Bloom-Filled Crate

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With a rustic crate, add your favorite florals to brighten up your garden or your backyard patio table.

Chandelier

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This easy DIY project can be completed with grapevine balls, lights, twine, and a branch. Whether it’s indoors or for your backyard, continue to All Things Heart & Home for the full tutorial.

Add Your Own Pond

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Your yard may not have a pond, but have you ever thought about creating your own? With miniature cedar boards, plywood, and a fountain pump this DIY tutorial can be found at Lowe’s.

Colander Planter

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Who knew wrapping a colander with some twine could make a crafty planter? For this colander tutorial, click here.

Dinnerware to Bird Feeder

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Transform old dinnerware into a bird feeder, drill a hole in the center of a plate or bowl and then your feeder is ready to hang! For details on this DIY, continue to Country Living.

Patio Pavers

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Transform cement steps and add a creative touch to your backyard with these brightly patterned patio pavers. For the full tutorial, continue here.

Get Stacking

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To save space or for design purposes, stack your planters to make a tiered garden of herbs. For more details on this DIY idea, check out Fancy Frugal Life.

Mason Jar Lids

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Most DIY projects include mason jars, but what about their lids? Use the lids to create cute plant labels for your garden this summer. 

Lantern Terrarium

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Repurpose your lanterns into a stylish terrarium with the help of the Fluorescent Beige blog! Unique and green, this lantern terrarium is a great way to bring nature indoors!

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