6 Outdoor Projects To DIY This Spring

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By: Mady Dahlstrom, Content Editor for Porch.com

Looking for the perfect way to welcome spring? Get your home ready for warmer weather and backyard parties by DIY-ing these fun outdoor projects! From flowers, signs, and wreaths, to larger DIYs like upgrading your shutters, tackle one of these projects this weekend to brighten up your home.

Take a look at these 6 outdoor projects brought to you by the Blogger Community at Porch.com that you need to DIY this spring!

1. Spring Grow Sign

With scraps of wood, floral paper, and paper mache alphabet letters, you can create this fun spring sign for your backyard or garden! Find out what else you will need to DIY your own sign, here.


Image Credit: Craft-O-Maniac

2. Flower Wreath

Bring a bit of cheery yellow to your front steps with this DIY spring wreath. It only takes 5 minutes to make, and you can get all of the supplies at the dollar store!


Image Credit: The Happy Housie

3. Home Address Sign

Simple and sweet, DIY this home address sign to add a little pop of decor to your yard!


Image Credit: Maison de Pax

4. Shaker Style House Shutters

Update your home's exterior by adding new shutters! Follow this tutorial to learn how to DIY your own shaker style house shutters, just in time for summer!


Image Credit: Migonis Home

5. Simple Spring Centerpiece

Get your outdoors ready for warmer weather by adding fresh flower arrangements as decor. Create these colorful Texas-themed centerpieces on the cheap!


Image Credit: The Blissful Bee

6. Outdoor Serving Station

Complete your party perfect backyard with this outdoor serving station! See what tools you'll need for this essential DIY project by following this step-by-step guide.


Image Credit: Live Laugh Rowe

How will you be getting your home ready for spring? Tell us about the projects you're working on in the comments below!