Explore Ec Outdoor, Outdoor Ideas and more!

Explore related topics

Use up leftover concrete, sand or vermiculite from your last project to create these whimsical garden mushrooms. Repurposed plastic baseball bats and used containers or bowls create the moulds for these concrete fungi – a fab addition to any landscape. While not all varieties of mushroom are welcome in the yard, these concrete copies are cool.

Use up leftover concrete, sand or vermiculite from your last project to create these whimsical garden mushrooms. Repurposed plastic baseball bats and used containers or bowls create the moulds for these concrete fungi – a fab addition to any landscape. While not all varieties of mushroom are welcome in the yard, these concrete copies are cool.

Re-purposed a retired bird bath (my hubby's idea)!    He turned the bird bath basin upside down, painted it, added spots and now we have a very large mushroom statue! Very cute!

Re-purposed a retired bird bath (my hubby's idea)! He turned the bird bath basin upside down, painted it, added spots and now we have a very large mushroom statue! Very cute!

Mushrooms msde from spray painted bowls and vases! They look so cute with my gnomes!

Mushrooms msde from spray painted bowls and vases! They look so cute with my gnomes!

Make beautiful garden stepping stones from broken pieces of china- china bits embedded in walkways at the historic HT house in Hacienda Heights CA, had me collecting china for years... still love the idea and will use it someday!!

Make beautiful garden stepping stones from broken pieces of china- china bits embedded in walkways at the historic HT house in Hacienda Heights CA, had me collecting china for years... still love the idea and will use it someday!!

My wife and I made these garden mushrooms from ceiling fan globes and wooden bowls.

My wife and I made these garden mushrooms from ceiling fan globes and wooden bowls.

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search