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Dishfunctional Designs: The Upcycled Garden Using Recycled Salvaged Materials In Your Garden. This old frosted glass light fixture makes a beautiful new bird feeder or birdbath

This is one of the vintage glass light shades I repurposed into a bird

Vintage glass light shade repurposed into a bird feeder/bath.and yes, glass will hold the bird bath warmer.

Create a little bit of whimsy for your garden for a very small price with a few old vases, dishes and some pipe

DIY Garden Totems ~ All you need are sturdy garden stakes, or piping, outdoor clear silicone glue, and any glassware you fancy! I could do this its awesome

Make a fabulous garden art chandelier from thrift shop finds    It’s the perfect marriage of junk and bling, great for a fairy garden addition

How to Make a Garden Art Chandelier

make a repurposed garden chandelier, crafts, repurposing upcycling, This is the first piece of garden art I ever made and it s still my favourite

A serving bowl and table leg repurposed into a colorful bird bath!

Love this serving bowl bird bath. and just for five bucks! Maybe this is what I can do with that huge serving bowl!

Teacup Bird Feeder DIY Is Perfect For Your Backyard | The WHOot

Teacup Bird Feeders DIY Very Easy Video Instructions

DIY Teacup Bird Feeder Projects with Tutorials, recycle your old and unwanted teacups to add featured decoration and bring life into your garden

Old glassware and mason jar feeders- @Donetta Wyatt and @Peggy Burt look at these!!!

10 Creative DIY Bird Feeders

How to recycled glass bird feeder. Attract birds with the beautiful color, texture and shape of glass and add some functional garden art to your yard.

Vintage snack tray bird feeder | Upcycled Garden Style | Scoop.it

Bird Feeder made from Vintage Snack Tray and Cup - Sunflower - Garden Art via Etsy

An old sink repurposed with mosaic tiles for a bird bath. Hmm.... I could come up with a number of great bird sanctuary ideas with an old sink.

A recycled sink garden fountain will keep the birds happy this summer. From Make Mine Mosaic. This sink is totally speaking to me!

Recycled Bird Feeder from mesh fruit bags.  Peanut butter, vegetable shortening; melt in a microwave for 1 1/2 minutes on high.  Mix in quick-cooking oats, cornmeal, and flour.  Pack mixture into paper cups and cool.  These will keep in the refrigerator for long while.  Hang upside down in a mesh bag and your birdy friends will love it.  Hang it where you can enjoy the view!

Feed the Birds: Mix peanut butter and vegetable shortening, melt in the microwave for minutes. Mix in quick-cooking oatmeal, cornmeal, and flour. Pack into paper cups and let cool. Remove cups and put in mesh bag.

I love songbirds, and I have several feeders in my yard. But I get bored with the same old stuff you find at the box stores… I love the idea of making your own bird feeders because it’s an easy pr...

10 Creative DIY Bird Feeders ~ A great round-up on DIY Bird Feeder projects from around the web with lots of Tutorials! ~~ via gardenglove .

DIY solar garden lights - made from ceiling fan light shades

RECYCLED glass shade from light fixture solar light wire shepherds hook = CHIC garden LIGHT! Two Women and a Hoe - Gardening And Patio

Garden art crystal mushrooms made with re-purposed vases and bowls.

Such a fun & pretty idea. I'm thinking put a glow in the dark rock under the vase if the bowl is glued down. Garden art trio of mushrooms assembled art. Made with repurposed upcycled glass & Glue

Teapot water feature

Tea garden art - no instructions. Tea pot and teacup on stakes, chandelier crystal to look like teapot pouring

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