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Bird Bath

Posted by lesa59 (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 24, 11 at 15:16

This is a crystal bird bath that I made for my BFF birthday... Crystal lamp base is part of it - the top is a crystal light fixture that I got at Habitat For Humanity Store // I put the glass candle stick holder and a crystal flower topper in the middle (to fill the hole)...

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That is gorgeous! Do you use an epoxy to hold it all together? I'm new to the glass totem/birdbath stuff.


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It's beautiful!! Great gift! Jan


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Turned out beautifully! I'm sure your friend will enjoy it!


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There's just something about crystal glass! Beautiful! Love the pcs you chose to use! TFS! Jeanne S.


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I bet that one will be a real sparkler in the garden! It looks like very pretty cut glass that will catch the sun's rays. Lucky friend!


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Your friend is going to love that! Its beautiful.

hugs, Karen


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That is a beautiful birdbath.
Marylee


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Lovely ! Lucky friend.
Kathy


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What a very elegant bird bath that will look great in the sunshine. You are a really good friend to part with that.
Frou


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9bark: I use the GE Silicone II for windows & doors (clear), like I've been told to use on this forum... Works wonderfully - haven't had a problem yet // it dries clear.

Thanks everyone for the comments - yes, my friend Marcell was ecstatic!!!


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that is so pretty.....the topper is phenomenal!


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That turned out beautiful, I agree lucky friend.

Happy Gardening
Happy junking
Carmen


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