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Glass Plate Flowers

Posted by puggranny Zone 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 13, 11 at 14:14

Here are my flowers ?? Ideas on how to make end of PVC pipe pointed so can stick in the ground

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RE: Glass Plate Flowers

puggranny, LOVE, LOVE your plate flowers. They are absolutely beautiful!! I like the way you adorn them with the flattened glass globs. They really add charm to the flowers. I bet they will really look gorgeous with the sun shining through them..
I am going to mount mine on pvc pipe too. My husband is going to pound a length of 5/8 rebar into the ground so I can slip the pvc pipe over it. He said that should really help hold them steady even in a wind. Sounded like a good idea to me. Hope that helps. I am sure you will get other ideas, maybe even better from our other junker friends. Isn't it nice that we can post a question and KNOW that we will get several answers to it.

RE: Glass Plate Flowers

your flowers are lovely!
I cut one end of the pvc at an angle with the chop saw when I cut them to length. If I'm using metal conduit Idon't bother as it goes into the ground well. Yes do use a piece of rebar inthe ground first to help hold the stems up! Even with that a couple of mine have tipped this winter.
Have fun.

RE: Glass Plate Flowers

You've been very busy!! Great job on the plate many different varieties and colors!

RE: Glass Plate Flowers

Those are great, love the orange and purple glass combo especially. I need to try those leaves with wire too.

Rebar as suggested is more reliable than trying to point the end of the plastic pipes and stick in the ground.

RE: Glass Plate Flowers

The wire is clothesline wire found at local hardware store-I plan to put a piece rebar in ground and put flower over it

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