Amy Toole
Amy Toole
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My First Post! And My First Birdbath!

I read a post last night showing how to make a birdbath out of old dishes and some E6000. I said to myself "I have both of those!!" This is my first try. Thanks for looking :)
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  • Barb Rosen
    on May 28, 2014

    Welcome to HomeTalk! That's a lovely little birdbath you whipped up for us (and the birds) !

  • Anna Ibarra
    on May 29, 2014

    Hi there, this is so cute. I did one not too long ago also, I use E6000 glue. My problem was that I didn't let it set, cure, long enough and the top plate was not set yet and it fell off. I just put it back thinking that it might stick, but this past Monday with all the storms here in Texas, it got blown off. However, the rest of the tier was fine. I even held it by one of the handles and did well. It was been working well as a bird feeder and those little chubby birds have had a feast. I know have to re glue the top plate. Good luck to yours.

    • Anna Ibarra
      on Jun 3, 2014

      @Amy Toole - Great hope it works. I have a construction adhesive that I was thinking of using for outdoors use on many materials. I mean what can it hurt.

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