Thursday, October 27, 2011

Bird Bath Reborn

Hello darlings,

I bought this bird bath on clearance. It was a buy one get one free deal.  I could not pass that offer, but we are not too crazy with the vinyl look.  Here's the before picture.

So we decided to buy spray paint and
give it a good cover up, but first we
filled the inside of the base with cement
to make it stable.

Then came the paint.
~ Desert Bisque ~

And here's the after pictures...
The reborn bird bath

I'm very happy with the way it turn out!

The roses still blooming beautifully.

Have a blessed day!
With lots of love,

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  1. Clever you,that's beautiful,as are your roses,very pretty. I love bird baths,it's so nice to sit in the garden and watch the little feathered creatures flutter about in their bath. Have a nice weekend xx

  2. Dearest Wendy,

    That turned out so well, far better than the bright white. Hard on the eyes of humans and maybe for birds as well. Smart for weighting it down with concrete! You can only do that once.
    Love to you,


  3. It looks beautiful. I did the same thing to one of my birdbaths. I also put a clear coat over it. I love how they are coming out with so many different types of paints, don't you.

  4. A beautiful birdbath behind that roses! Hope the birds will enjoy it!

    Regards Janny.

  5. It turned out great. I love when you spray paint plastic and it loses that "cheap" look. Great idea to weigh it down with concrete~ xo Diana

  6. I stumbled upon your blog and it is lovely! Fun little projects you have here too! Glad I found you. If you would like to visit me I am here:

    Garden of Secrets

  7. How pretty! We have a concrete birdbath, and it toppled over last week! Mr. Art @ Home needs to fix it.

  8. Nice idea. I love what spray paint does for a gal. Blessings.

  9. That came out so pretty! Great redo on the birdbath and yur roses are stunning!

  10. What a good idea. It looks so nice amongst the roses.



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