You will be amazed at how many recycled yard and garden projects I have made over the years! Junky projects for the patio, yard, garden and more!
If you love collecting and reusing junk in the yard, we have you covered. Yep, the Thrift Store Decor team has gathered all of these awesome projects in one place to inspire you!
There is literally something for everyone. You will definitely enjoy looking through this gallery of over 100 recycled yard and garden projects.
First, let's check out my favorite projects over the years, in no particular order.
Refresh Broken Wind Chimes
This tutorial will show you how to turn your broken windchimes into something that will make you smile! Do you have an old set of broken windchimes? Why throw them away, when you can refresh them?
Do you need an Outdoor beverage holder for corn hole and other yard games and activities? Bonus, you can even use it to help keep score!
This pallet love seat is still a fan favorite in my backyard camper retreat! Isn't the color so perfect?
Recycled Yard and Garden Potting Bench Beverage Station
How about a Reclaimed Wood Potting Bench, that doubles as a beverage or food station at your next gathering?
Maybe you're looking for something a little easier? This repurposed shutter succulent vertical garden might just be what you've been looking for!
Upcycled Bowing Balls
This may just be the easiest project on my blog when it comes to recycled yard and garden projects! Gazing balls can break, but not this repurposed bowling ball as a gazing ball! How many bowling balls do you have in your closet not being used?
For our Feathered Friends
Visit my friends to see their favs!
Can you spot my projects included in the gallery below along with awesome projects from my friends? What will you make this year?
Gail Wilson is the author and mastermind behind My Repurposed Life. She is obsessed with finding potential in unexpected places and believes that with a little hard work and imagination, any old thing can be made useful again, including herself!
Gail reinvented herself during a midlife crisis and has found purpose again. She hopes you will find new ideas for old things and pick up a few tools along the way.