Hey DIY lovers, are you looking for some new projects that you can do in your free time, for instance some for the backyard? If you are then you are on the right place for that, because today, we are bringing to you several Wonderful DIY Birdbath Ideas that you may try to do and thus attract birds to the yard.
The birdbaths can be quite expensive, but there are cheaper alternatives to make them on your own. The following DIY projects are just some of the many possible alternatives and all of them are super easy to be done. They won’t cost you much, because most of them are made of some old items that you already have at home. Check them out and choose which one you will try to do. Enjoy!
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Mosaic Tile Birdbath Using Recycled DVDs
One way to make a birdbath is with the use of old DVDs. Cut them into pieces and arrange the pieces to create a beautiful mosaic.
DIY Garden Planters And Birdbath
This DIY project can be your inspiration of how to make planters and birdbath from clay pots.
DIY Birdbath Out Of Dishes
If you have some dishes that you no longer use, you can repurpose them into a birdbath. Here is a step-by-step tutorial of how to do it.
DIY Leaf Birdbath
Here is a guide of how to make a unique birdbath out of a leaf.
DIY Hanging Birdbath
Here is an idea of a hanging birdbath, made of grapevine wreath and a terracotta plant saucer.
Salvaged Sink Birdbath
An old sink can be also repurposed into a lovely birdbath for your backyard.
Salvaged Chair Birdbath
Or if there is some old chair that you no longer use, get a terracotta plant saucer to make a birdbath.
DIY Serving Bowl Birdbath
A $5 serving bowl can be easily repurposed into a birdbath for the yard and here is a guide of how you can do it.
DIY Stacked Stone Birdbath
Stones are perfect for garden decor, so you may stack some to create a birdbath.
Clay Pot Birdbath
The clay pots can be repurposed in so many versatile ways and one of them can be to make a lovely birdbath.
So, which one from the above birdbaths would you try to do and thus attract birds to your yard? Tell us in the comments and of course, don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer to find many other versatile DIY projects for your home and backyard decoration.