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Remove seat, padding, springs, webbing, all nails/tacks. Grind out burrs/nicks, putty any holes, PRIMER and paint. Attach the rubber on the bottom. Otherwise it works nicely with chicken wire and cloth. Fill in with soil and plants, often with slightly different heights - the highest in the back and hanging down.

repurposed wood & metal parts into a lovely garden chair

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Fall Is For The Birds! 7 DIY Bird Baths

7 DIY Bird Baths • Easy projects!

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Salvaged Chair Bird Bath

Looking for a creative way to make a bird bath? All you need is a an o…

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Cast in Stone: DIY Landscape Accent

For the Birds

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Putting Your Garden on a Pedestal — Australia it!

Be on the lookout for "rusty junk" at yard and garage sales, barn sales or thrift stores. Another great time to look for treasures is during Spring clean-up when people throw their unwanted items on the curb! Just look at this cute little child size chair all worn and rusty...a perfect addition to this prim garden!

Apple Cider Vinegar 1 capful to keep bird bath clean and reduce algae growth. Also provides vitamins & minerals to birds!

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Creative Bird baths - DIY Garden Decor Projects

Makes you think of "Bird Bath" in a whole new way.

Twig Chairs for a Fairy Garden... (DIY) Really basic supplies and the directions are clear. Going to do this with my kids. :)