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  • Devin Locati

    glass mushroom yard art - reminds me of lamps we made from old vases and bowls. I wonder if I could do that again, but with led lights. I would worry about putting glass in my yard though, in case it broke (deer aren't too graceful when it comes to yard decorations)

  • Holly Dupont

    Garden mushrooms made from thrift store bought vase's and punch bowls :)

  • Heleen de Bruijn

    Crystal mushrooms. Yard sale finds: cheap florist vases, bowls and light fixtures and waterproof liquid silicone as a glue makes crystal mushrooms for your garden. The Homestead Survival.

  • Megan Miller

    Glass mushrooms made of bowls (punch bowls or light fixtures) and vases.

  • Christy Kernell

    Crystal mushrooms made from bowls and vases. (Time to hit the thrift stores.) @Becky Beaver Yard sale finds: cheap florist vases, bowls and light fixtures and waterproof liquid silicone as a glue makes crystal mushrooms for your garden.

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These are easy to make.....get the round concrete forms used for foundations {they're cardboard like cylinders found in Home Depot etc. and come in different diameters} Sink this form in ground enough to ensure the 'stem' will not topple, fill w/ cement. Create 'top' by useing concrete and anything that mimics the shape of a mushrm. top. Adhere together using 'block adhesive'. Birbath top is just as easy, create well in a box with sand, trowel/ pour cement into 'form' let cure, adhere to stem.

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What you’ll need: - Assorted vintage glass vases (I found mine at a local thrift store, 9 pieces for $5) - Rubbing Alcohol (optional) - Brown craft paper or newspaper - Latex gloves - White glossy spray paint (I used Krylon Multipurpose Indoor/Outdoor Gloss White)