Putting up an ordinary garden fence is not usually something people put much energy into. Yet you’d be surprised how a bit of imagination, as well as a pair of skilled hands, can transform it into something beautiful and eye-catching.
We at Smalljoys have discovered a few ways to give your ordinary garden fence a creative makeover. Try some of these out, and we’re certain you’ll soon have some very impressed neighbors!
Let your imagination spread its wings by painting the fence with any pattern you want.
’Living paintings’ look downright wonderful on a garden fence. And growing them is really quite simple.
Bright and cheerful bee designs for your flowerpots are sure to attract the neighbors’ attention.
A simple but wonderful idea!
You probably never realized that you can make ordinary tin cans into real works of art.
This design will not only delight your neighbors but make the local birds happy as well.
Another great idea for using your bird feeder.
You can give your garden fence a romantic feel by putting up some candles.
A plant pot in a picture frame, while sounding odd on paper, can actually look charming in reality.
Use this method to get rid of old boxes you don’t need anymore.
Now there’s a real work of art!
Not many garden fences can cheer you up, but when they’ve been adorned with this design, they sure can!
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the most creative.
Everyone feels delight when they see a butterfly, and these ones are just exquisite.
Not many people know you can use rubber boots to make a delightfully cheerful decoration for your garden fence.
If you haven’t got enough flowers in the garden, you can always use this method to hang a few more from your fence — and make it look beautiful in the process.
Some murals from cartoons and comic books are guaranteed to delight any children who walk past your garden fence.
Did you notice that these are actually mirrors?
The sea, palm trees, and the beach can be brought right up to your home.
One last way to create a celebratory or romantic mood right in your backyard.