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  • Debbie

    diy project: shannon’s concrete garden spheres | Design*Sponge. Old glass, light bulb covers!!

  • Kara Gregg

    Concrete garden ball made from thrift store light fixture~~ Goodwill has a few of.these for cheap.

  • Tom Lockwood

    DIY concrete garden spheres using glass light fixtures - get old ones from thrift stores, fill with concrete and then break glass. Color concrete, paint or leave natural.

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