10 Super Easy DIY Fencing and Edging Garden Plans


10 Super Easy DIY Fencing and Edging Garden Plans

It is not fair if you only focus on how to beautify and to improve the functionality of your indoor space. Well, look at your flower gardens that they need something to refresh. It is great to make your flower gardens look more appealing and one of the best way is to add the garden fence. Here are some DIY decorative garden fences to do at the cheap price.

1. DIY Flower Bed Edging From Brick

Flower beds always look great if they have a little edging or fence around them. As you can see here that the DIY bric edging is the best match. This DIY project is so cheap that you can use a few bricks. It makes you able to blend the flower bed with the walkway without taking time to finish it.

Here is the tutorial.

1. DIY Flower Bed Edging From Brick

2. DIY Garden Fence From Coastal Rope

This garden fence looks nice to complete your outdoors when it is all about something coastal. This project is very cheap and easy to do. You only need wooden posts and some rope. It is so simple, isn’t it? Put them together and add seashells to your garden with other coastal themed decorative pieces to give a beachy garden look.

Here is the tutorial.

2. DIY Garden Fence From Coastal Rope

3. Creative Garden Fence From Broken Plate

Do you have a set of plates you love that you cannot even remove them when they are broken and cracked? Well, you can use these broken plates into a beautiful fence to your garden. This project is so simple and cheap that you do not even need to spend any penny for that. You just use the old broken plates to make it. If you do not have any broken plates at home, ask your neighbors not to throw away their broken plates. Otherwise, go to the local thrift store. Fence from broken plates do not have to be in the same pattern. It is okay if they have different pattern to give eclectic look to your garden.

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Here is the tutorial.

3. Creative Garden Fence From Broken Plate

4. DIY Picket Garden Fence

This little white picket fence for garden is amazing. It is easy to make and it gives a beautiful cottage accent to your garden. Besides, it protects your flowers and plants from any critters. What you need is some old pallets and then paint it in white once you have completed the project. This DIY project is so cheap and easy to make.

Here is the tutorial.

4. DIY Picket Garden Fence

5. DIY Twig Fence For Rustic Garden

If you have a farmhouse or rustic garden, this DIY garden fence is the perfect match. You can make it from sticks or twigs around your yard. If you think you need more, you can ask your neighbors or family to help. They do not mind to let you pick up sticks in their yard. Once they are enough, put them together and make a little garden fence.

Here is the tutorial.

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5. DIY Twig Fence For Rustic Garden

6. Unused Cobblestone Garden Fence

The cobblestone garden fence is so adorable. It is easy to make and it looks perfect once it is completed. Well, you can create different beds for the flowers. Otherwise, make it around your raised garden beds or vegetable garden. It can increase the garden look. Beside,s you can find cobblestone or the landscaping bricks inexpensively if you go to the local home improvement stores.

Here is the tutorial.

6. Unused Cobblestone Garden Fence

7. DIY Tin Garden Fence

When it comes to garden fence, it is more than just about its functionality, but it is also about its appeal. DIY tin accent fence can be your choice. It looks great to add this to the wooden fence and display your flowers and plants. Tin is quite tall that you can make a shorter fence for the garden. Simply, lay it sideways. Otherwise, cut it in half and you wil have two accent fences.

Here is the tutorial.

7. DIY Tin Garden Fence

8. Old Bike Wheel Garden Fence

If you want to create a beautiful little garden fence, it is perfect to use old wheels. You can use them with the height as you want. Alternatively, you can use a single layer so you are going with short fence for the flower bed. If you have a handful of old bike wheels, you can go at the local thrift stores or flea markets. There, it is easy to find old rusted and bent bike wheel without spending a lot of money.

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Here is the tutorial.

8. Old Bike Wheel Garden Fence

9. The Old Railway Sleeper Garden Fence

Do you have old railway sleepers? Well, you can transform it into a beautiful rustic garden fence around your plants and flowers. This DIY garden fence only takes a short time to finish. To start, choose the size you want whether you want to make them at the same height or try different sizes to create a nice focal point. After that, set them in the ground around the flower garden.

Here is the tutorial.

The Old Railway Sleeper Garden Fence

10. DIY Modern Wattle Fence

It is a wattle fence you can make easily and inexpensively. What you need is sticks and twigs that are easy to find in your yard. Transform those materials to create this modern garden fence with the more contemporary look. There are many ways to make and you can use a wattle fence as the stunning addition to fence and edge your garden once you have completed this DIY project.

Here is the tutorial.

10. DIY Modern Wattle Fence


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  1. Some these are the most stupidest ideas ever. Seriously? Broken plates that conveniently match? Bike wheels because they won’t go rusty. Absolutely stupid .