DIY Birdbath from lamp base and frying pan. Brilliant! This is done with thrift store finds.

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the tops of solar lights, glued/siliconed into the top of a colored thrift strore vase. I found this on the musebootsi.blogspot. She says she had trouble with rain getting into the vase, I am thinking-- either leave it loose to easliy dump out the water, or leave a drip hole to drain it out. I do see great colored vases, and never know what I could do with them, so pass on by. Lot's of ideas with this one!!!

musebootsi: Goin' Down the Bayou

By The Cottage Door - Planters

By The Cottage Door - Planters

DIY Flowerpot bird feeder

the garden-roof coop: DIY Flowerpot Bird-Feeder

Tea cup bird feeder.

Upcycled Tea Time for the Birds - Urban Gardens

Unique bird feeder

More Birdfeeders..directions here and more pics under my other post.

Glass bird feeder

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Glass Yard Art | Recycled vintage glass bird feeders made out of pretty glass bowls and ...

Recycled Glass Bird Feeder

Dangle Garden Whimsy

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Converted garden bench

Photo Sharing!

Up-cycle light globes. Light up your garden! Fun to find and fun to paint.

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Great use of leftover old bricks - just stack them up, lay piece of wood on top, then lay a saucer on top.

15 Outdoor Projects For Your Back Yard

Recycled painted dishes garden art birdbath

jonny j petros art gallery petros my paintings art angels

Mushrooms ~ flower pots & mosaic

Mosaic Mushrooms

How to make a mosaic mushroom

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Shabby chic, cottage style bird feeder garden totem by Garden Whimsies by Mary

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old light globes connected with an old candle stick..fill it with dirt and some succulents

Two-Tiered Tabletop Planter From Outdated Glass Light Covers - Addicted 2 Decorating®

....great hanging candle decorated with flowers :)

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Solar light from canning jar and mod podge

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spiral herb garden using recycled bottles

Saving the World One Bite at a Time: High Life Herb Spiral

Garden mosaic DIY instructions...with lovely examples.

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Another DIY mosaic...a planter. I've been collecting broken pottery and glass pieces for years. Can't wait to begin making things like this!

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antique your pots

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HYPERTUFA one part portland (or hawaiian) cement one part perlite two parts peat moss Add water slowly and mix thoroughly to get that "little wetter than cookie dough but not quite cottage cheese" consistancy.



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