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DIY : Tea cup bird feeder :) Good way to upcycle cracked tea cups or mismatched tea cups and saucers :) Just need tea cups and saucers, epoxy glue, and either decking rails or stair spindles, even table legs :)

Pennies to keep the bird bath clean-how smart. The copper in pre1982 pennies keeps the algae from growing

Somewhat Quirky: Building Glass Towers! Saw something similar at the Double Decker festival in Oxford Ms but they were fountains

bird baths from old glass lamp shades, add crystals - voila! the envy of anyone in Eureka Springs.

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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!

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Birds are Flocking to my Bundt Pan Bird Feeder

Bundt Pan Bird Feeder - and the simplest way to hang it!

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Bird Bath/Feeder-Glass Garden Totem-Garden Art-Deck & Patio Decor

Bird Bath/Feeder-Glass Garden Totem-Garden Art-Deck & Patio Decor. $44.00, via Etsy.

DIY Craft Projects for the Yard and Garden - Trash to Treasure. Bird baths from old glass light fixtures. You can buy these kind of old glass light fixtures all day long on eBay or your local salvage or antique stores...and they already come with three holes in them for hanging!

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Vtg All Vintage GLASS Bird Bath Fountain Garden Accent

Two thrift store vases, a plate and bowl become a birdbath.