A garden doesn’t have to be all plants, grass, and flowers. Give it more charm and life by supplementing it with decors that you personally crafted. Below are 10 adorable DIY garden ornaments you could create.

Adorable DIY Garden Ornaments

Looking for more projects that can add charm to your garden? Here are some easy and creative do it yourself garden ornaments:

Stunned stones

What you’ll need:

Start crafting it by:

  1. Choosing pebbles or stones that are elongated in shape.
  2. Paint the biggest stone in white and let it dry.
  3. Glue the small stones perpendicular to the big one as if they are all standing. Glue them together as near as you can.
  4. Create the eyes by painting two small ovals on each stone using white paint.
  5. Add the eyeballs by painting two black small dots on the white paint. Paint them as if the stones are looking upward and surprised.  

Garden Ornaments

Minions in your garden

We have found a similar stone paint craft that you would also love. This time using additional colors such as blue and yellow to bring those cute minions in your garden.

 

What you’ll need:

Start crafting it by watching this tutorial video:

 

Butterflies

Gardens are lovelier to look at when there are butterflies.  No need to wait for butterflies. Check out this video to find out how to always have them around.

 

Christmas all year round

Bring the reindeers straight to your garden to persuade your kids to play out in the sun and get some vitamin D. Only a few kids play outdoors nowadays!

What you’ll  need:

Start bringing the reindeers in by following the tutorial for the complete guide on how to make the lovely wooden reindeer ornaments

 

Lights

Christmas or not, the DIY lights in this tutorial will make your garden prettier at night.

 

Couple goals

We found this cute drum couple.  Can they book a romantic date in your garden?

 

Waterfall fountain  

What you’ll need:

Add a soothing sound in your garden with a mini waterfall. Start learning how to do it here.

 

 

Colorful Mushrooms

 

What you’ll need:

Start planting your terra cotta mushrooms by:

  1. Spray-painting the exterior of the pots white.
  2. Spray-paint the underside of the drain plates using each of the colors mentioned above. Let it dry for 24 to 48 hours.
  3. Create small dots on the drain plates using the sponge previously dipped in white acrylic paint. Fill in any light areas using the small brush.
  4. Let it dry for 24 to 48 hours.
  5. Place a layer of clear waterproof sealer and let it dry before assembling the mushrooms.
  6. Finish creating your colorful mushrooms by positioning the pot upside down and putting the drain plate on top of it.

 

 

Mini mushrooms

 

Grow more mushrooms in your garden, but make a cuter version of these.

What you’ll need:

Start growing mini mushrooms by:

  1. Placing the tacks on the foam board.
  2. Paint each top with the red nail polish and let it dry.
  3. Add white small dots on each mushroom and let it dry before putting a sealant.
  4. Find an area where you think it is best to be “grow”.

 

 

A garden within a garden

Watch this full video to make a miniature Japanese inspired garden and make visitors fall in love with your project.

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Dannica
Dannica is a caffeine-dependent life form. She graduated with a degree in Communication and is now working as a freelance content writer. Also, loves dogs (I have 5!).

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