What to do with rusted metal spheres in your garden?
These rusted metal spheres can be the next best focal point of your garden. Get the tutorial here and check out more DIY focal point ideas for your garden. 14. Rusted Garden Bench They used the broken tailgate of the old Chevy to make this one of a kind bench–The steps are here to follow.
What can I do with an old rusted wire garden basket?
Rusted Barbed Wire Garden Basket 1. Rustic Metal Heart Windchime An old rusted metal chain can be used to create a gorgeous rustic windchime. You can do this in the shape of a heart or any shape that you want. You just need the chain and some rusted metal or wood to create the frame to hand your windchime.
What do you do with Rusty garden items?
Honestly, if something has turned rusty, there are a number of ways to clean it or you could just use it as lawn and garden décor. Rusty items as lawn décor?
What can you do with rusted metal?
Rusty Metal Disc Tree 9. DIY Rusted Tool Garden Animals 10. DIY Scrap Metal Flowers 11. Rusted Barbed Wire Garden Basket 1. Rustic Metal Heart Windchime An old rusted metal chain can be used to create a gorgeous rustic windchime. You can do this in the shape of a heart or any shape that you want.
1. Rusty File Cabinet
Learn how an old painted file cabinet was transformed into a rusted planter from the steps given at Hometalk.
3. Rusty Wagon Planter
Visit First Thyme Mom to find how this old rusty wagon became an unusual wagon planter.
5. DIY Barnwood Hanging Planter
3 metal pails got their rusty appearance after the coat of rust finish paint. They were hanged on a wood pallet (painted with barn wood stain) by means of hooks. To learn more, visit Shanty 2 Chic.
7. Vintage Toolbox Garden
Find a vintage toolbox for sale in a local thrift shop, yard sale or craigslist. Once you buy that, or if in case you already own one, visit this website, The Homeroad for the tutorial.
9. DIY Rusted Cast Iron Planter
A simple looking ceramic planter was transformed into a vintage urn. Can you do that as well? Find the answer in this tutorial.
11. Vintage Toy Truck Planter
If you are creative enough, anything can be a planter. Rescue a toy vehicle and start boarding your succulent passengers on it. The directions are here.
13. Funnel Hanging Planter
Repurpose oxidized metal funnels into planters in no time. Line the bottom with landscaping fabric or something similar to block the soil from falling and plant any low maintenance plant. Use wires to hang them. It’s just that simple.