20 Fun & Functional Garden Décor Project Ideas

20 Fun & Functional Garden Décor Project Ideas

It’s no secret that Yard & Garden upcycling projects are some of my favorites- in fact, I’ve made way too many planters, bird baths, and other garden décor pieces to even mention individually!

Yard and garden upcycled and repurposed projects by Sadie Seasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

So. Many. Projects!

And every year as Spring rounds the corner in March, I get antsy to create something new for our yard (and quite possibly something new for our neighbors to cock an eyebrow at!). I’m by no means alone- some of my favorite bloggers create all kinds of projects for their yards and gardens- the fun and the functional! So I’m turning to them to spark my creative muse…ready for some fantastical ideas?

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Tick Tock for your Feathered Flock- The DIY Birdhouse

Tick Tock for your Feathered Flock- The DIY Birdhouse

You may recall in this post that I recently visited the Goodwill on Broughton in Savannah, GA. Well, while I was there, I stumbled upon a sweet little desktop clock that was perfect for a specific project. AND you may recall from this post that I’ve got a yen for creating more wildlife habitat options in our backyard. Well, my friends, the time has come to finally transform the clock into its new purpose in life- a birdhouse!Read more ›

No Strain to Hang- Vintage Colander Planter

No Strain to Hang- Vintage Colander Planter

I don’t know about ya’ll, but I am a sucker for vintage kitchen goodies- gadgets, hand towels, salt-and-pepper shakers, you name it! And when we bought our house last summer, the front porch had a hook in the ceiling, just begging for a hanging basket to be hung. And in true Sadie Seasongoods fashion, I decided to build one using something salvaged.

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Bright Idea: Lamp Bird Bath

Bright Idea: Lamp Bird Bath

Adding bird baths to our backyard has been on my to-do list for a while. I had purchased an antique concrete bird bath at a favorite antique shop but I wanted a second one. Obviously, I needed to try my hand at a DIY version!Read more ›