Friday, May 8, 2009

Home made bird baths



Well! They came out good! They still have leaf parts stuck on, but, I'll scrub that off later. The stupid sugar ants made an anthill under them, in the mounds. Stupid ants. In real life, they are substantial and pretty. The leaf imprinted real well and I am very happy with these things. That base is ugly and short, I'll find something else. Anyhow, I'll put another pic on when I get them cleaned up and situated.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have been wondering how these turned out...they are really cool, and now I want to try it...snowbunnie

Anonymous said...

Fantastic turn out, love how the leaf imprint took so well. Make sure you buy a jug of concret sealer, you just paint the stuff on but it good stuff & will help keep your peice in good condition for a long time.

Taffy said...

Just wonderful. I love the base. I am doing this for sure.

Anonymous said...

Hey - I love those!! The turned out really nice, DD, and I love that they're "natural" and look like they belong. I'm gonna try it.

Disher said...

It wasn't hard. Anybody can do it. Now I want to try something bigger. I'm good at scupting people so I think I might try a big head. I'll have to think about how to do it.

Shelly said...

OO, you did a wonderful job here! I don't know where you get the energy for these projects, but your work is truly inspiring.

dirtydisher said...

I'm shocked I have the energy to even make the garden. The cement really made my hands hurt. I wonder if cement flares arthritic pain? Is that possible?

Anonymous said...

that is incredible DD. I am sure your mom just loved it. Your so talented and I bet you enjoyed doing it too.

The garden is going to look awesome

crystal

Shelly said...

I can't stop looking at the bird bath!! Did you mom love it? Do tell.

dirtydisher said...

My Ma really did love it. I could tell she did. I planted her a little shade garden and put it out there where her bird feeder is. I'll post a picture.

Anonymous said...

That is awesome!!! I love it!

Daphne

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