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Tea Pot Bird Bath

I'm creating a Mad Hatter inspired garden, so I'll need lots of tea themed decor.

As a child, i loved the Disney movie "Alice in Wonderland". The idea of stumbling into an "un-birthday" party in the woods was enchanting. Now that I have my own garden, I'm dreaming of creating my own little space where my children and I can have parties and celebrate un-holidays together.

My first project: this tea party themed bird bath!

To see more: http://www.morenascorner.com/2013/07/diy-tea-pot-bird-bath.html

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  • York Gardener
    York Gardener Rock Hill, SC
    Are you planning on planting some of the tea camelia?
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  • Jacqueline Tuff
    Jacqueline Tuff Runnemede, NJ
    I can't wait to sea more!
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  • SUSIE
    SUSIE Hialeah, FL
    I make glass art sculptures from vases and plates and other odds and ends stacked as high as I can get them and use E6000nand it is great, no sanding and if I want a fast bond I put two pieces together than immediately pull them apart wait 2 or three
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  • Beverly Stamp
    Beverly Stamp Lockport, NY
    Home goods store had a cute little set... also, EBAY
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  • Mella J
    Mella J Burnsville, NC
    This is what I use to glue all my glass yard ornaments together. Just make sure your pieces and very clean and dry. I've used it for a couple of years now and I've made a lot of pieces, they're all still together. I've made a couple of errors but no
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    • Mella J
      Mella J Burnsville, NC
      Fran Hopkins Yes, Fran. I live in the mountains of NC and we got down to 8 below this past winter, when I checked all my yard art a few weeks ago, it was all still tight as can be. Although I
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  • Janice Sassen
    Janice Sassen Haverhill, IA
    I Love that the pieces match in color, and what a beautiful color it is!!
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  • What Meegan Makes
    What Meegan Makes Las Vegas, NV
    SO cute!!
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  • Anna Ibarra
    Anna Ibarra San Antonio, TX
    Hello fellow San Antonian, ;-) I love your idea and have always wanted to try it, but that is as far as it went. Did you use Gorilla glue for both projects? The feeder & the stand? Thank you so much for sharing.
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  • Debra Fugate Bercot
    Debra Fugate Bercot Fort Wayne, IN
    Just too cute.I love teapots.
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  • Josie Hunter
    That's so sweet, the bird feeder too, really nice!!!
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  • Anita Kackle
    Anita Kackle Somerville, NJ
    Love both your ideas and the execution is professional-looking! Great color choice. My garden is my zen place - It's become a bird sanctuary. your amazing ideas inspire me to create a feeder where the cardinals can also feed.Their fat, wide beaks make it
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    • Morena Hockley
      Morena Hockley San Antonio, TX
      Glad I could help! We have a few cardinals here and I love when they come to visit!
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  • Sherry S
    Sherry S Grove City, OH
    Love Love Love!! I really want to make one of these. Thanks for the great inspiration, my grands will think this is so fun!
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