Did you ever try to put Tiki Torches in the ground and find you cant dig deep enough, or you can dig but your Tiki Torches end up looking really short? Well, Ive had all the above happen. I found this great idea to solve this.
I love these galvanized planters used for this purpose. You can use any kind of planter for this as long as its some what small width wise, and tall enough to prevent your Tiki Torches from falling over.
Now get out there and add some tropical ambiance to your yard!
Creating coastal wall art doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. There are many printable images available online. Add a rustic frame to these prints for a real nautical look. Check out this link for these vintage Seashell Prints
Talk about easy breezy DIY projects….. This is an cheap find. Pick up a serving tray from a yard sale and turn it into an amazing serving tray with Sea Glass (one of my favorite things in the world), a little tile adhesive and some grout.
What a great way to add a “beachy” touch to your buffet. Imagine serving drinks to your friends at your next party with this serving tray.
Great DIY idea for your misc beach finds. It also gives height to your table without costing you an arm & a leg. Buy some glass canisters at AC Moore (or with any luck, your local Dollar Store) and your off!!
I wanted to try Annie Sloan Chalk Paint on fabric. I have to say it works really well and Coral, of course, was my choice to try. I think it came out pretty awesome. I added a rustic frame and voila! A picture is born