Trash to Treasure Outdoor Projects Anyone Can Do
I was staring out my kitchen window the other day and saw a few outdoor projects I had made for literally a few dollars total. If I recall correctly, I made a birdbath, three bird feeders, my patio chandelier, and three hanging lanterns for about $30 total. What’s my secret? Hoarding… just kidding… kind of. Let me explain…
The projects I’m featuring today, I found in the trash, recycled something old, or got for free. The supplies are minimal for all. In fact you only need about two(affiliate link) spools of twine (.99 each) and one bottle of E6000 to complete all the crafts I’m about to share. Click the links for the full tutorials.
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This little birdfeeder teapot was technically a prop in a Mad Hatter Tea Party baby shower I did. I bought it for a few dollars and used it as a flower vase. After the party, I strung it up sideways and filled it with birdseed. The birds in our area love it!
When I first moved into our home, I found a broken birdbath (I think that’s what it was or a plant stand) on the side of the house. I purchased a couple thrift store items and turned it into a trash to treasure birdbath.
Lastly, this project is my favorite out of all of them. It cost me ZERO dollars. We used a branch Mia found on one of our walks and some sauce jars to make this tea light chandelier for my patio.
Before you go, check out my latest outdoor chandelier I made out of a plant stand!
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