Woman transforms pallet and old mirror into a stunning garden ornament


SPRING is the perfect time to tend to your garden,  so it's not surprising we've seen an influx of Brits spending a little more time in their yards than usual. 

But while many are using the space to soak up some sun in lockdown, others have been using the time to create stunning pieces for their yard, with most using junk they had laying around.

Bored at home, one woman decided to use recycled bits she had laying around to create a stunning feature mirror for her back garden.

The thrifty woman had the full length mirror she wasn't using, and decided to make it outdoor-friendly by nailing it inside an old pallet which she then attached to her fence.

Taking it up a notch, she also turned it into a hanging plant pot using a range of flowers and plants she'd dug up from her existing garden.

The best part is that the clever project was completely free to do, having only used recycled things she already had.

Proud of her efforts, she shared snaps of her new garden feature online in a bid to inspire other green fingers to do the same.

Posting in the Extreme Budget DIY & Life Hacks Facebook group, she said: "Well I'm chuffed with myself… Was bored & Made this garden mirror yesterday out of all recycled bits had lying about.


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In other DIY related news,a woman transforms her boring backyard into a stunning boho space using just a bit of paint and a stencil.

Plus a woman created an amazing feature wall for a tenner using sticky back plastic and a mirror she made for £1.

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