25 Garden Craft Ideas to Celebrate National Garden Month

With most of us on lockdown, there’s now no excuse for our gardens to look less than spectacular. Find curated 25 Garden Craft Ideas to Celebrate National Garden Month for elders and kids. You can celebrate Garden Month this April with these creative crafts and decorating ideas.

I know people who have big lush green gardens in their homes, they treat all their plants like babies. They love them more than their family. I have a friend who gets jealous and is always complaining that her mom loves the plants more than her. Haha! This might sound funny, but this is actually true. Jokes apart, if you want to add a little extra to your garden and want to make it look more energetic and colorful then these homemade garden craft ideas are just for you.  Rather than hitting the nursery, you can make your own nursery enhancements at home. Here are my preferred artworks for garden craft ideas across the board.

25+ Garden Craft Ideas for National Garden Month

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1. DIY Garden Craft Ideas

Artist: Yadzee Olvis
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: Flower Pots of different colors and patterns
  • Description: If your garden just adjacent to your porch’s railing and the railing is empty then this idea is just for you. You can put different colored pots over the railing and you can also paint them as well. This can fill the empty gap between the garden and the porch and will work as a partition between them. It is not necessary to put the same type of plants into the pot. You can put different flowers as well.  This spring garden craft can take you one step ahead in your gardening activities and people will definitely appreciate you once they see it.

2. DIY Edible Ice Cream Flower Pots

Image source/Tutorial: cindyderosier
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: Clear plastic cups, green drinking straws, chocolate ice cream, Oreo’s, green Fruit Slices, gumdrops, Fruit Gems, and toothpicks
  • Description: I am a big-time foodie. I can have food anytime anywhere even while I am gardening. LMAO!! This DIY garden idea acts as a camouflage when you want to hide eating in the garden. You won’t believe the soil in the cup is actually chocolate-flavored ice cream and Oreo crumbs topping it. Are you drooling? Because I am. Also, the ingredients used are easily available at the supermarkets. So, get going in making this yummy treat to yourself.

3. DIY Garden Crafts To Sell

Artist: Priyanka Verma
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Material Required: Garden Stand, Items to put in can be anything you like.
  • Description: Anything innovative and creative made today has its worth today. It can easily be sold through a social media platform. This garden craft idea can easily be made at home and can be sold at profit in the market. You can also gift it to one of your friends who loves gardens and nature and cannot afford to have one. Their wish will be fulfilled if you gift this to them and you can become their best friend in no time. HAHA!

4. DIY Mini Buddha Garden

Artist: Rakhi Jha‎
  • Difficulty Level: Difficult
  • Material Required: As per your wish
  • Description: Are you into spirituality and meditation? Are you a Buddha follower? Then this DIY garden idea will definitely suit you. You can put this mini garden inside your room or drawing room as a sign of spirituality. You can even gift it someone who is into spirituality. In the present scenario where there is a lot of competition and pressure this indoor mini garden will calm you out and will relieve all your stress.

5. DIY Vertical Planter

Image source/Tutorial: engineermommy
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Material Required: A crib Rail, Tin Cans, S hooks, Spray paint, hammer
  • Description: Tasks don’t come any simpler than this! On the off chance that you have an old arrangement of crib rails and in the event that you like vertical grower for your nursery, I know precisely what you will do this evening. A smidgen of spray paint and some S snares go far in making a beautiful centerpiece for your nursery! Furthermore, re-purposing things around the house consistently feel better, isn’t that right? So, let’s get started guys and give your garden a different look with this outdoor craft for adults.

6. DIY Gnome Gardening With Kids

Image source/Tutorial: sueeldred
  • Difficulty Level: Difficult
  • Material Required: Container for your garden, Good Potting Soil, Small Garden Tools, Gnome or Fairy Figures, Rocks, Twigs and other found objects, Store-bought Accessories such as the gnome houses, Succulents, Annuals that won’t grow too big or tall, Asparagus Ferns to mimic tree, Water Bottle
  • Description: One of my preferred Summer conventions is making our yearly Gnome Gardens. I anticipate making them consistently. Water bottles are an incredible thing to have when Gnome Gardening, it helps in controlling how much water goes on the nursery, and they’re fun as well. Making small Gnome Gardens is enjoyment and noteworthy venture to make. I generally make some great memories. This DIY garden idea gives me something to deal with throughout the entire summer and it adds a little caprice to my entryway patio.

7. DIY Easter Gift Ideas

Image source/Tutorial: amylattacreations
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: A watering Can, Fillers: Anything you feel would be liked
  • Description: What do you think? Is there a little nursery worker in your life who might appreciate an Easter Watering Can? Here’s a speedy and straightforward thought I concocted for the current year that I think he/she is going to cherish. Here’s a tip for those of you who might need to accomplish something comparative with a character your kiddo adores. Do a Google Image look for shading pages of the character. Those are a lot simpler for the Silhouette Studio programming to follow and you get a decent, straightforward, clean-cut record! I additionally cut out the words “Team Plants” for the highest point of the can. I discovered this charming watering can from a planting store. They had an assortment of hues, yet I thought blue is the best. I likewise preferred that the whole top is open which will make it simpler to fill, both with Easter blessings and later with water.

8. DIY Garden Ideas

Artist: Bageecha Live


  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: Hanging Showpiece, Soil, Plants
  • Description: Decorate your home with these small hangings and make it a hanging garden. These hangings are easily available in the market. Put any type of the plants of your choice into it and you are ready to go.

9. DIY Bird Feeder

Image source/Tutorial: nontoygifts
  • Difficulty Level: Difficult
  • Material Required: Cardboard, Wood, Peanuts, Glue, A thread to hang it
  • Description: My children and I made the fantasy bird feeder, one that is totally shrouded in seeds. It resembles a cake house for kids. Feathered creatures, chipmunks, and squirrels came to look at it immediately and we had some good times peeping out the window to see who might be the first to whittle down the house. We kept the bird feeder outside for just a single day so far as there were rain and snow in the forecast for the following days. This might be the main drawback of this fantasy seed secured flying creature feeder. Being made out of cardboard, it can’t be left outside in the rain and you have to watch out for the climate. This DIY bird feeder is an enjoyable spring or summer specialty to make with kids. Likewise, remember to make openings in the front, back and sides for the sticks prior to assembling the parts together.

10. Spring Garden Crafts

Artist: Sangeeta Sehgal
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Material Required: Stand, Plants, Pebbles, Plastic toys, Wooden Hut, Paint Colors
  • Description: This outdoor craft for adults gives a very good impression if it is put in the outside gallery. This charming mini can of you can fulfil your desire of having a garden in your home only. The fairy and the cow that I have put into it was easily available in the toy store. You can always experiment and innovate and can have a different theme as well.

11. DIY Outdoor Crafts For Adults

Artist: Amrita Chakravorty
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: A basket, Plants, Soil, A bucket, Plastic Toys
  • Description: This DIY is the best of waste. I wanted to fill the blank space of one of my railings and corner of the terrace. Therefore, I came up with this idea. This is super easy to make and takes no time. It was one of my easiest DIY projects ever. I could find these adorable plastic ducks form my toy collection when I was a kid.

12. Homemade Garden Art Ideas

Artist: Sangeeta Sehgal
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: A Stand, Colorful Pebbles,  Artificial Flowers, A Man Showpiece, A Small Wooden Hut, Paint Colors and Paint Brushes
  • Description:  Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water, Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling after. You must have heard of this poem in your childhood. The theme for this garden craft idea is based on this poem only, though Jill is missing and Jack did not fall. This attractive little mini garden of mine was adored by everyone in my family. You can also own one by start making it.

13. Mini DIY Lego Planters

Image source/Tutorial: hellowonderful
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: LEGO Blocks, Soil, Mini Succulents or cactus plants
  • Description: Children love playing with LEGO squares so we chose to consolidate this with an enjoyment planting movement. This is a great spring venture that gets kids amped up for planting just as motivates basic suspecting abilities as they consider how to assemble their grower. These aren’t totally waterproof however held water well, without a ton parcel of spillage. In the event that you are keeping these insides, we prescribe watering them over a tray, permit the water to deplete, get dry bottoms at that point place inside. Is it safe to say that they are the cutest planters ever seen?

14. DIY Pumpkin Fairy House

Image source/Tutorial: theusualmayhem
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Material Required: A pumpkin, Scooper, Popsicle Sticks, LED Lights, Flowers, Moss, hot glue, Milkweed Pod
  • Description: I made a pumpkin fairy house this end of the week. I had such a great time doing it that I think I just might be making a couple of more this fall. First, we chose what kind of look we needed and I portrayed a harsh shape with a pen. I cut out the pieces and I as a whole scooped the pumpkin seeds. I utilized pushpins to connect little LED lights on a string around within the edge. This was the hardest part since they continued falling pull out. My pumpkin pixie house was such a great amount popular that it was acquired by nearly everybody in my neighborhood occasionally.

15. Santa Pants Poinsettia Flower Pots

Image source/Tutorial: chicacircle
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Material Required: Two Terra cotta flower pots with bases, Red and Black Patio from Décor Art, Sponge brushes, 1.5″ Black Ribbon, Gold glittery self-adhesive foam sheet, White batting, Glue gum, Scissors
  • Description: These look extraordinary for open-air occasion style, or fantastic inside as a centerpiece. What’s more, these Santa pants vases look so extraordinary with two lovely poinsettia plants inside them. I love it!

16. DIY Spring Garden Crafts

Artist: Priyanka Verma
  • Difficulty Level:  Easy
  • Material Required: Paint colors, Paint Brushes, Stones
  • Description: This DIY just need a creative mind. You can paint anything you want to paint. Whatever comes to your mind, whatever represents your garden or your personality you can paint that over these rocks. Make a rocking garden with these rocks. I chose to paint ladybugs, a flower and a cactus. The aim was to paint the things that people find cute and attractive. You can put this in your garden, on the top of your side table etc.

17. DIY Bee Hives

Image source/Tutorial: kiflieslevendula
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: 2 Plant Pots, Jute String, Aluminum Wire, Décor Rubber
  • Description:  I am really terrified of honey bees. I like them from far off only. But my fear for honey bees could not stop me from making this DIY hone beehive for my garden. I love to decorate my garden not only with flowers but also with cute little things. This bright yellow color honey beehive is one of the most adorable craft ideas, I have ever come across.  With the help of this DIY, you can stay near to the beehive without getting bitten.

18. DIY Vegetable Garden Quiet Book

Image source/Tutorial: whistleandivy

  • Difficulty Level: Difficult
  • Material Required: Felts of different colors, Thread, Sewing Pin
  • Description: I am a person who likes to produce and make most of the products ingenuously. Presently, everyone just run after organic products. It is the thing. I was planning to have a mini vegetable garden into my house and wanted to have a book of it. I wanted to have an attractive template of the same and that is when I came up with this idea of making the template. This template looks so good when it’s complete, each and every person asked me where I bought it and could not believe that I made it myself.

19. Duct Tape Twirling Bee Craft

Image source/Tutorial: craftsbyamanda
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: Yellow Duct Tape, Black Electrical Tape, String, 8 Large Googly Eyes, Cutting Matt, Non- stick Scissors, Craft Knife, Hot Glue Gun, Pen
  • Description: It’s amusing that I like to make honey bee craft. It couldn’t be any more obvious, I’m adversely affected by honey bee stings and they alarm the living hell out of me. Honey bees are captivating little animals and they are critical to our environment. Be that as it may, they despite everything alarm me and I stay away at whatever point conceivable. Be that as it may, the happening to summer implies there will be honey bees, and on the off chance that you have minimal ones around it’s critical to train them to regard for these delightful flying creepy crawlies. Along these lines, what are you hanging tight for add somewhat more unpleasantness to your nursery with this amazing outdoor craft for adults?

20. DIY Paper Bowl Bird Feeder

Image source/Tutorial: nontoygifts
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: Bird Seeds, Paper Bowl, Cheerios, Paint, Thread, Hole Puncher, Paint Brushes, Scissors
  • Description: This homemade garden art idea is just delicious. Haha! Do not get astonished guys. I am saying that because this bird feeder is semi – edible. Yes, you got it right, edible is the word. It is made out of cheerios and paper bowl. The best thing about this bird feeder is that it is protected from cats as it is hanged high. This looks so attractive in the garden that the birds will come chirping getting attracted like a magnet.

21. DIY Ladybug Painted Rocks

Image source/Tutorial: craftsbyamanda
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required:  Patio Paint, Smooth Rocks, Paintbrush, Toothpicks, Outdoor sealer, Outdoor Mod Podge
  • Description: I’m demonstrating how to make these charming ladybug painted rocks, which you can keep outside in your nursery. This outdoor craft idea is too adorable that you’ll have the option to leave outside in the elements. You can discover stream rocks at any home improvement store, at garden focuses and craft supply stores. You can choose any type of color you want to choose for painting these lady bugs. I have used here purple, green, blue, peach, pink and yellow.

22. DIY Miniature Topiary Trees, Idea For Fairy Gardens

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  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Material Required: 3 pots, 2 birds, pebbles, artificial flowers, a candle holder for pots, acrylic paint, Easter nest, accessories for decoration, paint brush, crepe paper
  • Description: Ever imagined putting a flower pot in a candle holder? No? I will show you today how to reuse the candle holder which was of no use earlier. If you want to reuse the candle holder then this garden craft form junk is most appropriate. The plants which I have put into the pot are made out of paper. It is super easy to make and you can always search for the procedure to make them. The accessories which I have used to decorate the pots are made out of combining the items that were already available in my home. You can put this as a showpiece in your garden or at the center of your table as well.

23. Homemade Garden Art Ideas

Artist: Soosamma Mathews
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Material Required: Flower Pots of Different Sizes & Shapes and some artificial flowers, soil
  • Description: Want to bring nature to the room? This DIY garden idea can be your cup of tea. Some people just love to decorate their rooms with flowers and stuff. They want to see flowers everywhere around them. This craft idea is just perfect if want to fill up the side table spaces or the side of your study table. You can have a variety of flowers in your room. Different types in each room. The pink ones are my favorite.

24. DIY Mini Garden

Artist: Pradnya Kulkarni Hoshing
  • Difficulty Level: Difficult
  • Material Required: Soil, Items related to the garden (as per your will)
  • Description: This DIY garden craft idea is definitely time-consuming but once it gets completed you will for sure accept that it was worth the time invested. This mini garden is appropriate for people living in apartments or people not having much outdoor space to have a garden. This can fulfil their wish of owning a garden of their own. This mini Garden Craft Ideas can be put up in the balcony or on the terrace. It can be decorated with N number of things. There is no hard and fast rule to use the things which I have used. You can always innovate.

25. Garden Crafts From Junk

Artist: Vibha Goel Gupta
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Material Required: Plastic Cups, Plastic Bottles, Paint Colors, Paint Brushes, Glue, Permanent markers, Flowers and leaves (of your choice)
  • Description: Staying close to nature and loving it can be a gift. The love for nature and maintaining your own nursery or garden adds on to the environment. In the present situation where everything needs to be used sustainable this DIY Garden Craft Ideas can be a blessing. This is the perfect example of outdoor crafts for adults. So, guys start making your own garden accessories and make your garden more alive and happening.

I hope you guys enjoyed reading this article full of Garden Craft Ideas  DIY. Stay close to nature by making these garden craft ideas as it is really needed in the present times. The human beings are destructing nature at an alarming rate and this can be controlled only if we start protecting nature by planting trees. Be the change, you want to inculcate in society.

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