Bird Bath Concrete Molds
- Birdbath Concrete Mold
- Measures 17 1/2 inches across and 4 inches thick
- Made out of Polyethelyne Plastic
- Comes with easy to use instructions
Classical Birdbath Bird Bath Top Bowl Latex Fiberglass Production Mold Concrete
|Current Price||$275.00||December 7, 2018|
|Highest Price||$275.00||December 4, 2018|
|Lowest Price||$247.50||November 26, 2018|
Last price changes
|$275.00||December 7, 2018|
|$275.00||December 4, 2018|
|$247.50||November 26, 2018|
The Charlotte Home and Garden ShowFebruary 26, 2018 - WBT
Water features bath or her pools that starts when corporate water features. Whether it's you know kind of a whirlpool. You know hot took sort of thing or just a place when you're not in the pool that you still enjoy. On the sounds of water moving and...
Use hypertufa to sculpt dripping birdbaths for your gardenAugust 6, 2017 - Charleston Post Courier
Hypertufa can be pressed into large containers to make unique pots or sculpted into garden art such as mushrooms. Look up draped hypertufa pots for something very unique. Recently, we sculpted a continuously dripping birdbath. Line the inside of a...
How To Make A Concrete Birdbath Part 1
How to make a concrete birdbath, making forms, mixing concrete, pouring.
CNC Birdbath Bowl
I made a birdbath by CNC machining a foam mold, and casting concrete in it. I used Autodesk Fusion 360 to create the model and generate the CNC toolpaths. Made at Pumping Station: One in Chicago, USA.
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Concrete Garden ProjectsTimber Press. 2011
For gardeners and backyard do-it-yourselfers, concrete is a revelation. It's durable, weatherproof, impossible to steal, and it provides much-needed insulation for outdoor plants. Concrete weathers beautifully, softening around the edges, developing moss, and becoming more picturesque with age. Concrete Garden Projects takes advantage of concrete's numerous assets, showcasing an inspiring array of creative options. The step-by-step instructions for dozens of easy, do-it-yourself décor ideas include containers of all shapes and sizes, elegant benches and stools, miniature ponds and birdbaths, stepping stones, a barbecue, and a fire pit. The authors use a variety of molds easily found or made, household items like bowls and baking pans, and simple wooden frames and boxes. At pennies per...