Save yourself some trips to the garden center by reusing some of the hidden gems that you may have in your very own home. In this round-up of Upcycle Ideas For The Garden you will find unique ways to save you money and add character to your yard and garden. Not to mention how you will help the environment by reusing household items instead of buying new. From tea cups to wine bottles, there are tons of items that you can turn into creative decor when you add a little imagination. Here are a few of our favorite Pinterest worthy ideas to get you started. For all the wine lovers out there, these corks on forks are a great way to dress up your garden. Found on Pinterest via hometalk.com Mason jars are truly the gift that keeps on giving! You can easily fasten some string to the lids to create hanging vases like these for a warm and welcoming rustic look. Found on Pinterest via etsy.com Hanging vintage tea cups from tree branches makes lovely bird feeders. Found on Pinterest via bushel-and-a-peck.weebly.com No need to pull out a hammer for this rustic pathway that reuses old palettes. Found on Pinterest via protractedgarden.com Turn an old detergent bottle into a watering can by adding holes to the lid. Found on Pinterest via shelterness.com For a modern style that is clean and simple, use stacked cinderblooks as planters. Found on Pinterest via curbly.com Spray paint an old bike in the color of your choice for a rustic feature piece. Found on Pinterest via prolandscaping.wordpress.com Get creative and use colored glass wine bottle as edging for walkways and flower beds. Found on Pinterest via buzzfeed.com An old bike wheel can be turned into a stained glass garden spinner. Found on Pinterest via hometalk.com Old tables and chairs make interesting planters and will add character to your garden. Found on Pinterest via etsy.com Like what you see on our blog? Join our mailing list to receive emails with freebies, projects, coupons, green living tips and decor ideas and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.