Giving gifts and cards is a norm for Valentine’s Day. This year, instead of having to buy some cards to give to your valentine, why not make them on your own. This way, Valentine’s cards will have an added value. They will have a personal meaning to both you the giver and the person to whom the card will be given to, th receiver. The awesome part about these DIYs is that they are not costly to make, and are also not difficult to make. Here are 12 great DIYs for you to try out.
For example, the Leonardslee Garden costs about $7.62 million excluding the maintenance, and it is one of the most exquisite gardens out there. Of course that is a bit pricy for a garden, so here are some few ideas as to how you can easily set up that beautiful garden you have always wanted at an affordable amount. With the use of cheap and basic recycled materials, one can easily acquire their dream garden with the help of recycled materials to make garden utilities. It is as simple as turning a spoon into a flower pot hanger or a used tire into a pond. With the above mentioned materials and many others, it gives you the antique feel or the basic look depending on how you design your garden. Generally, your dream garden is very possible with the following ideas:
1.Take a peeler, some sticks and a pen. The peel of a little chunk of the stick, as easy as that you can label your plants.
2.By assembling cement bricks in any style you wish, you add that stylish look to your garden.
3.Simple way of recycling and transforming it into art, taking tin cans, some paint and nails. And you have the hanging garden.
4.A combination of flower pots, cement bricks and cubical wooden flower boxes and the result is just breathtaking.
5.Compile wooden boxes nail them together on top of the other like a staircase.
6.An old rim, some paint, super glue, broken pieces of tiles and you come up with this amazing design.
7.An old tire with a sizable plastics covering and you have a pond.
8.Very artistic yet so simple just a spoon and a nail, you can make a flower pot hanger.
9.Save your money and use basic home cooking oil which is more environmental friendly than any fuel, to light up your garden torches.
10.A simple 2 feet high green house built out of a pile of bricks, a metal and glass covering all very easy to set up.