Garden Junk


Homeroad has some good garden junk this summer!


Instructions for some of these projects can be found in the in the green links

A little grill bling.
(ah 1959... it was a very good year to be born)


Garden decorating, I've got it covered, the plants.... 
not so much!

This garden sign was fashioned from an old lamp table.



The strainer within a planter adds layers to the garden. Add a rusty cross for decoration. 

A rusty vintage tub on wheels, aluminum pots and rusty funnels fill the deck. 


An old vintage toolbox got repurposed into a unique little garden. 


 I don't own a bird so a plant will just have to do.


Old window frames and shutters add interest to an unused corner of the yard.


And a couple of junky birdhouses for my fine feathered friends. License plate birdhouse and the junky birdhouse that got the extreme makeover.






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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

Comments

  1. Lovely stuff! That birdhouse is adorable!!!

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  2. Nice trip down memory lane! Happy Weekend!

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  3. Love the idea of putting the windows and shutters in your landscaping. Actually, love it all :)

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  4. I needed that motivation to "junk up" my gardens. Beautiful!

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  5. I LOVE all these ideas, especially the deliciously rusty container with the chick and the windows used as background for the hosta containers... We do rust and junk in the garden... ~~ Sue at FleaMarketGardening.org

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  6. The only year I can think of that was better than '59 would of been '58.

    Bliss

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