15 Genius DIY Projects To Repurpose Your Old Gardening Tools

Gardening is an amazing way to spend a few hours doing something productive yet so relaxing and fulfilling. It is a great way to enjoy the outdoors while being at home and having something to do. But gardening also requires proper tools and after a while they get worn off or damaged or you simply just want to upgrade your old tools and replace them with something newer and easier to work with. But throwing out the old ones just feels like such a waste. Even if you can’t use them for gardening anymore, there might be something else you can do with them. Give them a new life with a few of these DIY projects aimed at your old gardening tools.

Welcome to a new compilation of DIY ideas in which we are going to show you these 15 Genius DIY Projects To Repurpose Your Old Gardening Tools. Spend a minute or two exploring these incredibly clever repurposing project. They are going to show you an awesome way to give new life to your old and unused gardening tools by transforming them into new tools or decorations that can be used in and around your home. The best part is that all of these projects come together with complete step by step instructions so there’s really nothing to worry about. Happy crafting!

1. Use an old shovel head as address marker

2. Turn a shovel into a floor lamp

3. Create a spring wreath from a garden hose you no longer use

4. Use a garden tool as a door handle for your shed

5. Upcycle a garden rake as a wine glass rack

6. Repurpose an old wheelbarrow into a garden fire pit or a movable bench

7. Use old shovel heads as bird feeders

8. Create a door mat from an unused garden hose

9. RUSTIC SHOVEL HANDLE DISPLAY TRAY

10. Repurposed Garden Tool Table and Chairs

11. Rustic Art from old saws

12. Repurposed Antique Barn Pulley & Loaf Pans

13. Garden Rake Key Holder

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15. Garden Rake Tool Rack

 

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