How to make a faux waterfall?


I have a fountain that's going in my kitchen but I don't like the way they designed it so I would love to know how I can make fake water draining from pot to pot please.Thank you in advance!

q make faux waterfall

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  • Carol Parrish Carol Parrish on May 22, 2019

    you can buy tear drop glass prisims that have a tiny magnet on the end and string them together, then connect the magnet inside the water spout

    • Rambie Rambie on May 23, 2019

      Hi, Where could I get these on line? I don't get out much to shop.

  • Crystle Gibson Crystle Gibson on May 23, 2019


  • Dean Murdaugh Dean Murdaugh on May 23, 2019

    I tend to be multi media. I would combine the hot glue, prisms, and beads. Also consider mirrors, mylar, touches of blue or silver glitter. Maybe even incorporating strands of fishing line or fine ribbon especially translucent or irridesicent. But another thought occurrs to me. What about the acrylic/lucite/resin casting material often used in making paperweights tabletops, etc. Or the faux water product used in vases with faux flower arrangements. Can they be slow poured or cast in a way to create your faux water? I've never worked with these products. I believe they require some cure or set time. But definitely worthy of looking into.

  • Flipturn Flipturn on May 24, 2019

    Check for one on-line source.

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