Reuse Lamp Base in Garden Decorating

Keep an eye open for big table lamps at thrift stores or yard sales. Remove the top part that holds the light bulb (usually there is a small screw that will release it) and tear out the wiring, so you have just the lamp-base. Place it in the garden or on a deck for a pedestal which can be used to hold a gazing ball, decorated bowling ball, or potted plant

By Penny from Morris, NY

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February 25, 20110 found this helpful

Best of all, create a bird-bath, and bring the little wild birds into your garden. Use the largest possible clay pottery saucer which can be painted and sealed to remain nice for a very long time.

Thanks for sharing your idea.

Pookarina

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