Repurposing


An old bird cage sees new life
Birdcage, gold Rustoleum textured spray paint, freezer bags, moss, planting soil, ivy, and begonia.
The final product in the garden. It loves the dappled sunlight!

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  • Cathy Murphy
    on Jul 14, 2013

    Did you plant the ivy in the freezer bags or just line the bottom? Love this idea.

  • Carol R
    on Jul 15, 2013

    I lined the cage with the freezer bags to hold the dirt in, then I planted the ivy and begonias. It's done its job. The ivy is still growing strong a year later.

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