Hi everyone and welcome back from the long weekend! We both took advantage of the break to get away from our computers and into the woods – it felt good to unplug and fun to do some daydreaming about the coming summer months.
It has been ages since we’ve done a round up of DIYs we’re inspired to try and, with long days and warm nights on the brain, we thought we’d share some fun outdoor-inspired tutorials from around the web.
There have been a lot of evenings spent around our backyard firepit recently, and we’re in dire need of some more seating. I love this cheerful macrame update to old metal lawn chairs, and Scoops’ tutorial over on Deuce Cities Henhouse is awesomely detailed!
These little paper lanterns are so charming! They could definitely work for the winter holidays too, but I think they’d be perfect – perhaps with battery-powered candles – out on the picnic table for a warm summer dinner.
I can see these family-portrait-coloring-book pages being so fun for both kids and adults! I love the thought of doing this with some awkward childhood photos, and can imagine they’d be a real hit as a party favor at a wedding or reunion too.
Under my mother in law’s care, our backyard was a magical wonderland that delighted garden tour visitors. I’m ashamed by how far it has fallen under my (lack of) care, but the beautiful weather we’ve been having has inspired me to work on making the yard special again.
I love Otomi, and this little garden table is a sweet way to bring the pattern outside.
This spray painted outdoor rug is a simple project and a good way to define an outdoor space without spending a bundle.
This table may not necessarily be a central part of backyard beautification, but it sure looks fun!
What outdoor DIY projects are on your list?