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great use of leftover old bricks.... just stack them up and lay piece of wood on top and then lay a saucer on top. Great weekend project

To keep algae growth from your bird bath drop some pre-1982 copper pennies in. I have what I would call a normal size bird bath I use 7 pennies. The reason for the pennies being pre-1982 is that before that year, the pennies contained copper, a natural algicide.

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Shabby Chic Decorating Ideas for Porches and Gardens

An old pedestal sink gets a new lease on life as a birdbath in this cottage garden. A sink would also work as a container — just fill with potting soil instead of water.

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I'm already looking foreword to Summertime!

Did not know this! "Here's what to do with those watermelon scraps! Hummingbirds and butterflies enjoy watermelon."

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Attracting birds and butterflies :: Valerie's clipboard on

DIY birdbath!! Take any sort of stick ( anything that can fo in the ground), put a vase on one end and glue bottom of inside vase to pole. Next, attach a bowl or an old glass lamp cover and you have a homemade bird bath!

Concrete Leaf Castings: ...These Would Really Be Cute As A Bird Feeder, A Bird Bath Or Just Tucked Away In A Little Spot Of Your Garden/Yard For That Something "Unexpected" Look...Add A Copper Fitting If You Want To Put Your Cast Leaf On A Copper Pipe Pedestal, For A Raised Bird Bath Or Feeder)...Click On Picture To Read On How To Make Your Own...

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Make A DIY Teacup Birdfeeder

DIY teacup bird feeder

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Easy Outdoor Projects

Tomato Cage Bird Bath -- and other great ideas that are for the birds! ;D

Teapot bird nester, recycle, upcycle, repurpose. drill small hole, affix to board or fence. Turn spout down for drainage