September 22, 2020

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Hello my friends! I hope you’re all doing well. Thank you so much for the...

Hello my friends! I hope you’re all doing well. Thank you so much for the kind comments on our backyard patio. 🙂 
I’m back with 20 more awesome outdoor do-it-yourself projects today. I put the call out to my blog friends and they answered with a TON of great ideas for outside. You can find the first 20 DIY outside project ideas here if you missed them!
As always, you can click on the blog name under each photo to get to more details about each project. 
I planted a veggie garden this year for the first time in forever, but eventually I’d like to make a permanent spot with a lot more planting space. I loved these raised planters surrounded by pea gravel: 
I love the sound of walking on pea gravel. Is that weird? It’s so soothing to me. 
This cute A-frame plant stand would be a pretty addition to the front porch: 
A-frame tray plant stand
But it would also look great out back — it could double as a drink or food holder as well! Or even a different kind of nightstand. 🙂 
These outdoor drapes are made with a different material than I’ve seen used before, and I love the dark trim accent!: 
DIY outdoor drapes using sheets
I think these DIY solar lanterns are SO cool! What a great idea:

DIY wood solar lanterns
They’d look great hanging from a fence or pergola. 
A DIY outdoor playhouse (with plans!) would be a blast for any child: 
Outdoor playhouse with plans
I mean…I wouldn’t say no to it. And I’m in my 40’s. 
I love this idea for decorating outdoor flower pots: 
Decorating planters with napkins
I used the same method to make my own decorative knobs years ago! The possibilities are endless.
This modern sofa build could be changed up to fit any outdoor decor with stain or paint: 
Modern wood DIY outdoor sofa
I love the look of raised planters made of wood, but I also like the idea of using stone: 
Raised outdoor garden with stone

These raised gardens with stone have softer, more organic lines.

If you’re looking for big planters at a good price…well, good luck. Ha! This is a great idea using buckets to create outdoor planters:

bucket into outdoor planter

Do you have a big empty wall on the outside of your home? This modern wood slat wall is super sharp:

modern DIY outdoor wood slat wall

Saying “sharp” makes me feel like my mother. 😂

This is another one I may try — putting permanent poles in the ground for a hammock:

DIY hammock stand in ground

We have a metal stand that falls apart when we move it so this would work so much better!

I’m a hydrangea NUT (go here to see my tips on growing hydrangea plants) and last year I started growing them in our patio planters — yes, you can do that!:

How to grow hydrangea in planters

Keep in mind they need more water in planters than in the ground — and I plant mine in the ground in the fall instead of bringing them in.

This is another project on my to do list! Because we don’t have any mature trees around the patio, we’ll have to make these cement filled planters to hold outdoor lights:

Cement in pots for hanging outdoor lights

The bonus is, if you don’t fill them completely, you can still use them as planters. (As Shannon did here.)

I love this little stair step flower planter idea that would be great for herbs as well:

stair step wood planter

What a great knock off outdoor side table — for a TON less!:

Knock off Abbot outdoor table

If you have a brick house you’re thinking of painting, this is a great tutorial:

How to lime wash brick white paint

There’s something about a white porch with black accents…I love it!

I love a good upcycle! Can you tell what this plant stand was before?:

Reusing metal fire pit into table

I really loved this idea too — a wood bench for the front yard with house numbers:

Outdoor bench and planters with house numbers

It also serves as a planter! How cute!

If your outdoor space is limited, go up with your garden!

Modern planter wall outside

Fill them with wave petunias that will spill out with tons of color. This is another great way to grow herbs.

And last, but not least, this is a helpful tutorial for adding a DIY flagstone pathway:

DIY flagstone pathway tutorial

SO MANY great ideas! Every time I share a round up of my fellow blogger’s projects I walk away with a longer to do list.

Have you tried any of these at your house? Be sure to check out the first 20 exterior projects here!

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