Stacked stone bird baths with galvanized trash can lid saucers ~ Use what you have! (Garden of Len & Barb Rosen) Click through to see more pictures!
Apple Cider Vinegar 1 capful to keep bird bath clean and reduce algae growth. Also provides vitamins & minerals to birds!
Tomato Cage Bird Bath -- and other great ideas that are for the birds! ;D
Several bags of dollar store glass stones + a dollar store bird figurine = adorable birdbath. The blue stones look great even when the water dries up. 2014 L.Stowe
Repurposed Rake Head becomes a bird feeder (Garden of Len & Barb Rosen)
Dave Davies_Flower Stepping Stones
(5) Hometalk :: It's All About The Birds!(Birdhouses, Baths and Feeders in Our Garden)
Create a bird bath or feeder with bricks you might have laying around from other home projects or pick them up at a home improvement store for cheap... Just stack them up and lay a piece of wood on top and then lay a saucer on top. There you have a nice bird feeder to enjoy bird watching. Fill up with either water or bird seed.
Birdhouse village garden arbor! I have several bird houses and I think this idea is just so "Tweet". It would look great as the entrance to my small wooded area.
DIY Project : Stacked Stone Bird Baths http://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com/diy-project-stacked-stone-bird-baths/
I really wanted to have a bird bath in our yard, but every time I found one that I liked it was so expensive. I decided to try and make my own using stacked flower pots and saucers.
Thrift store candlestick, plus a pot lid=DIY birdbath
DIY Garden Decoration Projects - Make your Own Garden Art http://thegardeningcook.com/diy-garden-decoration-projects/
Making Fairies from natural materials via Ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com for @Tammy Hanger
chippy white doors to make a shed....blue painted chair.....a place to ponder...love...
For the birds
40 upcycled garden ornaments.
Old Teacup & Saucer...re-purposed into a sweet birdfeeder & hung from a shepherd's hook!
Whimsical bird house creation #vintage, #birdhouse, #rusty, #scrap metal
save those galvanized buckets...