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Stacked Stone Bird Baths

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Stone leftover from another project and three galvanized trash can lids become a bird bath grouping! Another of my "use what you have" ventures. More pictures and directions on http://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com
Time: 1 Hours Cost: $0 Difficulty: Easy

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  • Sandy Hartnett
    Sandy Hartnett Philadelphia, PA

    Looks so architectural! I love this so much...will copy it in spring! Thanx!

    • Barb Rosen
      Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE

      @Sandy Hartnett ~ you are most welcome!

  • Karen smith
    Karen smith Petaluma, CA

    This is a terrific idea. Thanks for posting. I would never have thought of this!!

    • Barb Rosen
      Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE

      @Karen smith ~ thanks! Necessity is the mother of invention! : )

  • Starr Durrant

    This is such a great idea - great way to reuse old garbage can lids!

    • Barb Rosen
      Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE

      @Starr Durrant ~ thanks! Do make sure to place metal birdbaths in the shade!

  • Lynne Webb

    Birds are happy with something this simple, for sure. Just today I was drooling over a glass bird bath. You know the kind, beautiful raised flowers and all shiny. But when you watch birds, they tend to prefer a puddle so they'd have to be delighted

    • Barb Rosen
      Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE

      Thanks very much, Lynne! Yes, the old trash can lids on rocks are the most frequented birdbaths in our garden and we have ten!!

  • Susan Bellwood

    I love this idea, birdbaths are so expensive at the garden centers. You could have as many as you like. I know the birds appreciate it!

    • Barb Rosen
      Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE

      They have loved ours, Susan! Just make sure that metal birdbaths are kept in the shade! Have fun! : )

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