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The Happy Homebodies: *DIY Flower Pot Fountain* I even know what pots I would want & of course they are red!

DIY patio pet fountain. It's made of a glazed planter and is perfect for your cats and dogs for summer.

DIY water feature, fountain for the dogs. Great for the back yard, a park or even restaurant/outdoor retail space!

Looking to add a water feature to your yard? Discover simple and easy DIY water feature projects and ideas!

15 Stunning DIY Water Features to Adorn Your Garden

Water features are a perfect way to add interest and charm to the boring yard or garden, and transform it into something that is absolutely gorgeous and elegant.

DIY Water Feature - convert planter to a bubbling water feature. water feature, pea gravel and iron fence. love

I would like to do this in my front yard by my front porch, plus have a dry river running from it! DIY Water Feature - convert planter to a bubbling water feature. water feature, pea gravel and a solar powered pump!

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How To Make A Clay Pot Fountain

A few weekends ago my husband and I made this super easy clay pot fountain. We love water features, and love the sound of running water in our compact backyard. We also live near a busy street and…

How to Build a Pond & Fountain in One Day - Step by Step | The Family Handyman

How to Build a Pond & Fountain in One Day

Step-by-step: build a soothing fountain    Use these easy-to-follow instructions and make your own burbling fountain

Step-by-step: Build a soothing fountain

DIY Small Fountain From Clay Pots

DIY Small Fountain From Clay Pots

Small Fountain From Terra Cotta Pots Photo: This Photo was uploaded by sangaree_KS. Find other Small Fountain From Terra Cotta Pots pictures and photos .

Fish tower - What child would not love this? A large jar is filled in pond, then raised upsidedown and secured on a stand in the pond. Lip of jar is just below surface. Fish come swim in the tower. Photo by calamity_j on Gardenweb.com

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The instructions said, use a gal jar and a type of stand place the jar in the water on its side, let it fill with water(completely sbmerged) then tip it up slowly bottom up, and place the jar mouth into the stand, making sure to keep the mouth under water

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