DIY Patterned Chalk Wall:
Chalk does the trick with this temporary wall mural. All you need is a cardboard stencil and some time. When you're ready for a fresh pattern, wash it off with water.
(via Sarah Hearts
DIY Color Block Serving Tray:
Cocktail hour at your place means colorful and vibrant accessories, like this DIY tray.
(via Bliss Makes
DIY Outdoor Art:
Macrame can look cluttered in a small space, but this fabric banner is the perfect mix of visual interest and function.
(via Nalle's House
Watercolor IKEA Chair Hack:
You don't need to spend a fortune on your outdoor furniture. This quick upgrade brings the party — on a budget.
(via A Subtle Revelry
DIY Painted Pattern Patio Umbrella:
Did you know you can paint an umbrella? Give your old one new, colorful life.
(via Lovely Indeed
Easy Paper Watermelon Fans:
These paper fans are cost efficient and fun. Make a few to keep on hand for guests as well.
(via Damask Love
DIY Murphy Bar:
Let's take a minute to appreciate the sheer genius of this space-saving sideboard solution. Bonus: It's budget-friendly too.
(via Brit + Co
DIY Painted Outdoor Rug:
Outdoor carpets can bunch up and slide around, but this painted version is always perfectly in place.
(via A Beautiful Messs
DIY Faux Succulents Rattan Planters:
Not all balconies get good sun exposure. If that sounds familiar, this teensy planter is the unkillable accent you've been looking for.
(via Martiza Lisa
DIY Colorful Spring Decorative Tin Can Planters:
Fabric-covered tin cans are the ultimate in smart summer crafting. You can use a variety of patterns to get exactly the look you want without
spending a fortune.
(via Pillar Box Blue
DIY Mini Flamingo Planters:
Walk, nay run, to your nearest Target Dollar Spot. These mini flamingos make for the perfect planters.
(via A Kailo Chic Life
DIY Grid Lattice Planter:
This tabletop herb garden comes with its own lattice to help your seedlings grow big and strong without taking up precious real estate.
(via Francois et Moi
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