Garden Wall Art DIY
A quick search on Pinterest for Garden Wall Art will turn up a lot of ideas for gorgeous living art - art made out of moss, succulents, and many up-cycyled objects. I've got a gorgeous old up-cycled garden shed that has been begging for a Garden Wall Art DIY, and here is my take on the project.
I found inspiration for this project on Pinterest, of course; specifically, I found a pin for gorgeous art that's sadly no longer available on Etsy! I loved the use of a pallet and Mason Jars. It just so happens, that my husband threw a pallet into our fire pit a few weeks ago and I thought it was so pretty, that I decided to enlist my husband to help me turn it into something similar to the project I found on Pinterest. I love how it turned out and can't wait until next summer, when I can fill it with flowers I grow in my own garden! I had to buy the flowers for this picture at Aldi because everything is dead around here after cold, cold weather the last couple of weeks.
Garden Wall Art DIY
- Assorted canning jars - I love the blues, but there are also really pretty green jars, too
- Wire, 19 gauge
- Wooden letters
- Wire cutters
- Spray paint
- Hot glue gun & glue
Like all of my projects, this one's really simple. Just find the supplies, wrap wire around the jars, secure them to the pallet, and if you'd like - hot glue letters on to spell out a word. I chose the word GARDEN for my wall art, but I kicked around the idea of FLOWER and ORGANIC as well. I bought the plain wooden letters at Michaels and then my husband spray painted them black. I just used hot glue to adhere them to the pallet. Easy peasy. The entire project took under an hour.
Finally, hang the finished project on your garden wall to enjoy! Note - I will not leave this wall out all winter. I plan to find a place (if one exists) in our barn and hang it up there. I'll put it back out again in the spring to enjoy.
What type of garden wall art is your favorite?
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