DIY birdbath!! Take any sort of stick ( anything that can fo in the ground), put a vase on one end and glue bottom of inside vase to pole. Next, attach a bowl or an old glass lamp cover and you have a homemade bird bath!

Attracting birds and butterflies Idea Box by Valerie

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

Homemade Bird Baths

Enjoy Life Anyway: DIY Bird Bath Topsy Turvy Bird Bath planter - how cool! (Minus the ugly frogs)

Fall Is For The Birds! 7 DIY Bird Baths  http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/08/08/1102903/-Homemade-bird-bath

Fall Is For The Birds! 7 DIY Bird Baths

Diy bird bath ideas if you add a homemade bird feeder too you are halfway done to have your own backyard bird sanctuary

Hummingbirds from all over the neighborhood enjoyed the homemade bird bath that was put out for them. They swam and cleaned themselves with a gorgeous backdr...

Hummingbirds from all over the neighborhood enjoyed the homemade bird bath that was put out for them. They swam and cleaned themselves with a gorgeous backdr.

20 Homemade bird bath to bring birds to your yard. Theselfsufficientliving.com

It is amazingly wonderful if you think about creating a source of water for the wild birds;

Arrange some glass and ceramic vases and plates to make a garden master piece. Add sand, rocks, or something of weight in the bottom vase and glue together with E600.

Arrange some glass and ceramic vases and plates to make a garden master piece. Add sand, rocks, or something of weight in the bottom vase and glue together with

Homemade Bird Bath - Grape Vine Wreath, Flower Pot Saucer & Bailing Twine

Pallet wood walkway all prettied up again

Easy Wreath Birdbath Cut three lengths of rope and knot together at both ends. Nestle grapevine wreath inside the ropes. Place terra cotta saucer inside the wreath. If you'd like, tuck grape leaves into the wreath and wind them around the ropes.

Simple Homemade Bird Bath:  This homemade bird bath is easy enough for anyone to make, and inexpensive too! birdsandblooms.com

This simple homemade bird bath is easy and inexpensive too. Choose a basin to suit your style, and add a few rods to hold it in place - that's all it takes!

I'm going to make this out of my old dishes.

A birdbath made from terra cotta pots. No instructions but the pic is self explanatory! Site has lots of pics of Terra Cotta pots.

To Every Purpose: My mom's homemade bird bath: garbage can lid, milking stool, paired with old facet.

Look how quirky and fun this bird bath is that my mom designed in her backyard! It& an upside down metal garbage can lid on an old milking .

This tutorial shows a clever inexpensive way to attract birds to your bird bath. I'm going to try this at the back of my yard where I don't want to run a cord to power an expensive dripper. Definiately gonna have to pin some ideas to pretty this up though. Cool!

A dripper is a great addition to the birdbath in your garden. The sound attracts birds, and the rippling water prevents mosquitoes from breeding, making your

Grand Central bird feeding station- love that they included a ground feeder that happens to collect fallen seeds!

Grand Central bird feeding station- love that they included a ground feeder that happens to collect fallen seeds! Grand Central bird feeding station- love that they included a ground feeder…

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