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26 DIY Bird House Design Ideas For Your Garden And Backyard

Who wouldn’t like a sound of happy birds in your backyard?

Summer is the perfect time of the year to enjoy nature in all of its glory and if you want your outdoor areas decorating with as much relations to nature as possible, then you need a DIY bird house. Why? A bird house will not only add to the actual decor of your backyard but it will also offer a place for your new feathered friends to stay in.

And if you really want them to stay, you can also build these easy DIY Bird Feeders. The best part is that all of the ideas that you’ll see here are absolutely free and can be made from materials that you already have.

Welcome to a new collection of DIY projects in which we’ve featured 26 DIY Bird House Design Ideas For Your Garden And Backyard. Take a look at the ideas that we’ve brought to you in this brand new collection and choose a few that you think you can do over the weekend. They are extremely easy and simple to create.

All you’ll need to do is dedicate some of your free time and find the required materials. We’ve got you covered with step by step instructions which you can access through the tutorial links below each image. Enjoy!

#1. The Simple Birdhouse

This birdhouse would be a great project for someone of most any age and carpenter skill level. It is the basic style of a bird house.

But it could still fit into any home. And also stand out as much as you’d like with different paints and designs. So if you are looking for a project to do by yourself or even with a child in your family this would be a good place to start.

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#2. The Easy DIY Birdhouse

This birdhouse is another traditional style. It, too, would be a good fit for a beginner carpenter or even as a small family project. It would be one that you could likely include small children in as well.

And it also gives simplified detailed instructions which makes the build that much easier. So if you would like a simple bird house that you could design to fit your taste then this one could be it.

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#3. $1 Modern Birdhouse

This little birdhouse is a modern style but very simple house. It would be a great project to do with your kids.

And what makes it even better is that it should be able to be done for around a dollar. This site gives great instructions. And the project can be painted and made very unique to fit each home or child that would create it.

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#4. The Beginner Birdhouse

This is another traditional yet easy birdhouse to build. The site does a great job of giving directions on how to build it as well.

So this would be a great fit for someone new to the world of carpentry. It would actually be a good project to test your skills out on. And the birds are sure to love it.

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#5. The License Plate Birdhouse

Are you a fan of license plates? I have a few people in my family that are. And if so, then this is a great birdhouse design for you.

So the site does a great job at explaining how to build this. But it is definitely not one that will blend in. It will stand out and be as unique as the license plate you choose to build it with.

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#6. The Small And Simple Birdhouse

This birdhouse immediately triggered fond memories for me. My grandmother had birdhouses in her backyard and this one looks very similar to some she had over the years.

So if you’d like a small, traditional style birdhouse then you will probably love this one. The building instructions are very detailed. And it would be welcoming to many little birds that would sing in your backyard.

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#7. The House Sparrows Box

This is a unique birdhouse. The reason being is it is meant to hold house sparrows. And it can actually accommodate up to three breeding pairs.

So if you love house sparrows and would love to give them a comfy nest to reproduce then this might be a great option for you.

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#8. The Bluebird Birdhouse

When I was growing up my great-grandmother absolutely loved birds. She had a big book full of birds that we were allowed to look at.

And she even used that book to help us identify certain birds. Well, my absolute favorite was the blue bird. So needless to say I like this birdhouse because it is built just for them.

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#9. The Cute DIY Birdhouse

This birdhouse is cute (just as its name implies.) It would hang beautifully from most any tree. And its shape gives it a unique flare.

So if you are looking for something modern and unique then this birdhouse would probably fit your design taste.

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#10. DIY Bluebird House

This is another birdhouse built especially for the bluebirds. Which means, if you are like me and love them then you’ll probably love this birdhouse.

And it is also a traditional design which many enjoy. But the blog has this birdhouse painted beautifully so it would stand out. Hopefully, that will give you a few ideas on how to make this birdhouse your own.

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#11. The Log Cabin Birdhouse

Do you love rustic décor? Well, this little bird house would fit in perfectly. It is unique and would look beautiful in any yard.

So if you’d like to add some rustic charm to your property then give this birdhouse a try. Your feathered friends are sure to love it.

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#12. The Green Roof Birdhouse

This birdhouse is very unique. It begins with the basic style of a bluebird birdhouse. Then it adds a unique touch by adding a living roof to the birdhouse.

So if you like the look of sod houses then why not add a birdhouse that would fall right in line?

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#13. The $2 Cedar Bird Feeder

This little birdfeeder follows a traditional design. But it is made out of beautiful cedar. And I am actually a huge fan of cedar wood. I think it makes everything look like home.

But what makes this bird feeder even better is that it is only $2 to build. So if you need a cheap family project you might have just found it.

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#14. $2 Birdhouse

This $2 birdhouse is obviously awesome because of how frugal it is to build. But it also is a great looking design too.

So if you like the traditional look of a birdhouse then you’ll love this one. It appears easy to build and is easy on your wallet too.

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#15. The Modern Birdhouse

Not everyone loves everything to look rustic or old fashioned. And you know what? That’s okay. If you like the more modern design of houses then you’ll love this little birdhouse.

So this birdhouse would go great at any home. But it will stand out because of its unique design. Go ahead and give it a try

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#16. Birdhouse With Night Lights

This birdhouse is beautiful. It follows a traditional design but it is painted a beautiful color. But what makes it even better is that it will light up in the night with night lights.

So if you are looking for something that will add beauty to your property whether it be day or night then this birdhouse could very well do that.

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#17. The $2 Birdhouse

This is another birdhouse that would be great as a family project. It is very inexpensive and the design is very simple.

So if you’d like a fun project to try out with your kiddos then give this one a try. It even includes pictures of unique ways you can paint this birdhouse to really make it your own.

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#18. The DIY Classic Birdhouse

This little birdhouse is indeed a classic. Being able to build your own birdhouse is a classic family idea as well.

So if you like the idea of having that experience with your kids then don’t pass up this birdhouse plan.

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#19. The Backyard Birdhouse

This birdhouse is so unique. It doesn’t appear to be as simple as some. But if you are experienced in the area of carpentry and want something that looks really cool then you’ll definitely want to check out this birdhouse.

And it would look beautiful in a garden, in your front yard, or even posted in your backyard too. And the website says it costs around $20.

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#20. The Wren Birdhouse

This birdhouse has a unique look to it. And I bet you never guessed it was meant to be built for a wren, did you? Well, it is. And because of their small stature, it can be built at a different angle with an elongated roof.

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#21. The Chickadee House

This is a great PDF full of wonderful information. If you are curious about chickadees well this article not only tells you how to build them the perfect house. But it also tells you what you’d like to know about the chickadees themselves.

And I love the design of this house. It is very simple and would be appealing to most onlookers. But it also has a unique charm about it that would add character to any home.

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#22. DIY Bird House With A Pretty Penny Roof

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#23. Build A Bird House

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#24. Chandelier Birdhouse And Planter

#25. Rubber Boots Birdhouse

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#26. Easy DIY Birdhouses For Kids

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30 Clever Ways to Repurpose Old Windows

Spot some old windows at a garage sale or antique shop? Get them and use these beautiful ideas to repurpose old windows for a chic home.

Using the DIY method for home decoration and repairs has become even more popular these days. People want to save money and at the same time, come up with a design that uniquely suits their taste. When it comes to windows, it’s a good thing that there are plenty of excellent ideas on how you can repurpose old windows.

If you have old windows lying around or you spotted some at a garage sale or an antique shop, that’s a great opportunity for you to use them and turn them into something more valuable and more beautiful. 

With or without glass, you can still repurpose old windows to be used in your arts and crafts and home renovation projects. Need some ideas? Check out the photos below!

#1. Use it to display wreaths
#2.  A chalkboard window
#3.  A backdrop for your/an artwork
#4. Vintage bathroom mirrors
#5. Bathroom wall cabinet with a farmhouse vibe
#6. A window wall
#7. Chalkboard calendar
#8. Organize your jewelry collection
#9. Colorful window display using scrapbook paper
#10. Decorative mirror on the wall

There are just so many things you can do with old window frames. The most popular one is to use it as a frame for photos to be displayed anywhere in your living room.  Anyone who’s fond of decorating and has a bit of woodworking skills can also repurpose old windows into a terrarium.

If you are confident with your excellent crafts skills, you can also upcycle old window frames by turning them into a coffee tabletop or even a gorgeous kitchen island. Old window frames always give off that farmhouse and vintage vibe.

#11. DIY wooden headboard
#12. Creative dioramas
#13. Old map decor for the travel aficionado
#14. Decorative display
#15. Kitchen decor
#16. Organizer for the family
#17. Repurpose old windows into gorgeous fences
#18. Terrarium or greenhouse
#19. Lovely kitchen island
#20. Window coffee table.
#21. Porch divider
#22. Colorful stained glass window
#23. Old window frame planter
#24. Clever serving tray
#25. Magical fairy garden
#26. Pot rack
#27. Display your quilt
#28. Seat chart for that rustic wedding
#29. Shutters and windows make a great display
#30. Shower door
#31. Display old windows on your wall
#32. Gorgeous bathroom shelf
#33. Rustic Frame
#34. Family photos display
#35. Chalkboard calendar

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23 Lovely Yet Simple Wood Projects For Beginners

Woodworking projects don’t have to be intimidating. These simple wood projects are so easy to make even beginners can give it a go.

Decorating your home can be a challenge if you don’t have much of a creative side. And if you feel your house needs wooden decor, you have to think about buying stuff that has already been made – and they can be costly. However, there are many DIY wood projects that people – even beginners – can easily make. This will be a more affordable option to decorate your home.

For many beginners, woodworking seems to be an intimidating feat but you’ll be surprised at just how simple they can be. If you need simple but elegant wooden decor for your home, here are simple wood projects you can do on your own.

#1. This gorgeous wood slice end table.
#2. Stylish foldable laundry hamper
#3. Rustic hanging planter frame
#4. Rustic shelf
#5. This mirror with shelves made of plywood.
#6. A ladder turned into a hanger for blankets
#7. Organize your desk
#8. Very simple planter pot stand
#9. Storage shelf on wheels placed under a sofa.
#10. Hang those posters using a wooden frame

The great thing about these simple wood projects is that there is no need for you to have your own dedicated workshop. It doesn’t also require you to have several years of experience in woodworking. What you need, though, are some common tools and some inspiration, which you can check more of below.

#11. Organize your earrings with this wooden organizer
#12. Wooden bookends
#13. This wooden box bike rack
#14. Looks simple, but definitely chic
#15. This sawhorse side table
#16. Rustic bench board
#17. Wooden photo display
#18. Organize your stationery supplies with this wooden box
#19. Cluttered desk? This one should do the trick
#20. Clever idea!
#21. Gives off a homey vibe
#22. Key and paper holder – truly functional!
#23. Another idea to organize your cluttered desk

You might discover that woodworking can be one of the most enjoyable and rewarding hobbies out there. It always feels good to create something using your own hands and putting it somewhere where you and other people can see it and use it.

To know how to make these beautiful crafts is a great way to stay under budget when you want to add more beauty to your home. On another plus side, you’ll learn a skill that can help you create things that can be given as gifts instead of buying from a store. It saves you money and it becomes even more meaningful.

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20 DIY Tree Log Projects To Enhance Your Garden

Nature-inspired decorations work really well in your garden. However, they also make excellent indoor decor especially when you have tree logs and tree trunks used as materials. If you are fond of rustic designs and you want to incorporate it into your home theme, there are easy-to-do tree log projects that you can do on your own.

If you see some tree logs around your property, you can get creative with them and use them as materials for your next DIY project. Wood materials that are great for your garden projects include branches, wooden logs, and even wood slices. They make beautiful crafts and you can have fun putting them together into a masterpiece.

Feeling a bit crafty? Have you always been crafty and do you always find it satisfying to create something gorgeous with your hands? If you are and you know how to use the right tools, these following DIY tree log projects might just be the hobby that you need. Enhance your garden or even your home with these awesome DIY ideas.

#1. Enjoy your coffee outdoors with this DIY tree log project.
#2. Use log slices as stairs.
#3. Need raised beds for your flowers or vegetable garden? Use logs!
#4. Enjoying beer outdoors on a wooden couch? Why not?
#5. With this creative wooden lamp, your yard will look magical.
#6. These look straight out of a fairytale.
#7. Put some zen into your backyard.
#8. Add more color to your already vibrant garden.
Get creative with these amazing tree log projects
#9. This is just the perfect outdoor family table.
#10. This is brilliant!
#11. Get creative with your flower or vegetable gardens with log planters.
#12. Creative bench for the outdoor.
#13. Use logs for that rustic side table for your patio.
#14. Want a more unique fence? Use logs!
#15. This is lovely!
#16. These wooden toadstools are perfect decors for your garden.
#17. A wooden gate is what you need for that fairytale feel.
#18. This long wooden table is just what the family needs.
Tree log projects are perfect if you want to create something beautiful for your garden
#19. Your chicken buddy will love this perch.
#20. This clever birdhouse can be a great garden decor.
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