Well it’s that time of year again to get creative in the yard, so as curator of the Hometalk DIY Bird Bath Board, I’m happy to report there are a number of new insanely cool additions this spring and 37 continues to grows.
If you don’t have a lot of experience with DIY projects; bird baths are great projects to start with so take a look, get inspired and give it a try. It only took me 5 minute to make the Purple Vase and Plate Bird Bath and it turned out to be my favorite project ever! If you’ve made a bird bath (or anything else for that matter) don’t forget to share your projects with the friendly and welcoming Hometalk community and learn more about what other members are up to. Visit me there!
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By Starr Durrant
This beautiful little fairy is a great addition to any flower-pot! This past Easter, I wanted to come up with a special gift for my daughter who is both hosting an Easter brunch and just happens to be a fan of Lilies and Fairies. Using a silk lily and 5 ” plastic doll from the re-use center, I was able to come up with a fun, easy project that makes a great addition to an Easter flower arrangement!
I deconstructed the lily and stitched two of the smaller petals to the back of a larger one to make the wings. I then took the head and arms from the 5″ doll and attached them with hot glue. The crown is an old piece of plastic flowers, I added jewels for a bit of bling on her fairy crown. I debated adding sparkles to the wings or body but there is something so appealing in its simplicity that I remain undecided. I added a stick to the pot of lilies and placed my Lily Fairy on to it and my Easter gift to my lovely daughter is ready to go!
Happy Easter Crafting!
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