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Strawberry Birdhouse Flower Bucket

I put together this birdhouse flower bucket display for the entryway of my house.
I used artificial flowers since I wanted something that did not require watering and did not attract bugs.
Time: 4 Hours Cost: $50 Difficulty: Easy
Birdhouse (Home Goods)
White Tin bucket (Ikea) They also had pink, blue and steel
Strawberry Flowers (I used silk flowers because I didn't want to have to water, but real flowers can be used with minor adjustments.)
Ivy garland
Table leg & mounting bracket (Lowes)
Styrofoam wreath
Spray paint (to paint table leg)
Mix the cement directly in the bucket (enough to secure the leg) then center the leg. I used tape to keep the leg upright and straight. Let cement dry for a few hours.
Attach leg bracket to bottom of birdhouse.
Place Styrofoam ring in bucket and screw the birdhouse on to the table leg.
Stick flowers into Styrofoam ring and string garland around bucket and up table leg to birdhouse.
Place wherever you like.
A cheerful welcome :)

Materials I used for this project:

  • White bucket   (Ikea)
  • Quikrete & Spray paint   (Lowes)
  • Table leg & leg plate   (Lowes)
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  • Sandie Hawley
    Sandie Hawley Seattle, WA

    very cute, would be easy to change out for holidays and seasons! Needs a little birdy on top somewhere! :)

  • Donna Powers
    Donna Powers Tellico Plains, TN

    Love this! So sweet.

  • Pam
    Pam Boise, ID

    so, so very cute

  • Gail
    Gail Lockport, NY

    So very cute do you think you'll get a bird to make it's home in the house?

    • Diane S
      Diane S Wantagh, NY

      No, I stuck a fake bird in the hole. I have birdhouses in the tree in my yard that they set up shop in.

  • Diane S
    Diane S Wantagh, NY

    I stuck a fake bird in the hole and the cat across the street attacked it. lol

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