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We have a small collection of home items that we just can not seem to part with. We’re not quite bordering on hoarding just yet; but close enough for me. So I am trying to re-purpose as much …

We have a small collection of home items that we just can not seem to part with. We’re not quite bordering on hoarding just yet; but close enough for me. So I am trying to re-purpose as much …

Birdbath made from large candlestick and a pot lid. Would also be good for a gazing ball stand.

Birdbath made from large candlestick and a pot lid. Would also be good for a gazing ball stand.

Here’s a fun gardening DIY project to try. Turn an old or unused birdbath into a garden planter with the help of this tutorial. You’ll love our ideas for planting succulents or cacti into your new and improved planter.

Great Planter Idea: Transform a Birdbath

Here’s a fun gardening DIY project to try. Turn an old or unused birdbath into a garden planter with the help of this tutorial. You’ll love our ideas for planting succulents or cacti into your new and improved planter.

Painted Terra Cotta Pot Bird Bath - kid friendly project!

Springtime Mickey Bark

This DIY birdbath is both a planter and a bath for cute birdies. To make this birdbath, you will need terracotta pots in various sizes, a rebar, adhesive, and a bowl or plate of some type for the bath section.

This DIY birdbath is both a planter and a bath for cute birdies. To make this birdbath, you will need terracotta pots in various sizes, a rebar, adhesive, and a bowl or plate of some type for the bath section.

DIY Birdbath: yard sale lamp and plate/bowl, took the wiring out of the lamp and glued it all together with some

I am a child of the '60's, and sometimes it shows

I am a child of the '60's, and sometimes it shows

DIY birdbath. Dig a hole. Mix up concrete. Spread it in the bottom. Let it dry. Easy peasy. I might attempt to make a stand too.

DIY birdbath. Dig a hole. Mix up concrete. Spread it in the bottom. Let it dry. Easy peasy. I might attempt to make a stand too.

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