Waterbed pond, I love it! Cindee, I'd love to take a stroll through your garden someday!
I love that! my waterpond is the old bathtub out of our bathroom. I like yours much better
I love your water garden--and this just adds the finishing touch! (but are we ever really finished?) :) And, I agree with renna--I would love to stroll through your garden!
I lvoe this water feature. I can't believe I find this, just after I put holes in the bottom of my old tub so I could plant flowers in it. Now I need to plug up the holes. LOLYou are a creative genius!
I think the mattress needs replacing. It's another one of your very clever ideas and done very well. Please pray for my son--he's having trouble with some paperwork for the college he is trying to attend. It's in the decision of a hand ful of people and i know God can work a situation out. Thank you.
Hi Renna, Thanks!!! The waterbed was a fun idea to create(-:Hi Peggy, I also have a waterpond out of a bathtub. Its cool too!! Thanks for stopping by!!!!Hi Meadowview Thymes,Thanks, We are never finished. I like to change things around too so I guess my garden is never the same for long(-:Hi Eve,Thanks for your comment. You could always plug the holes(-: Flower gardens are pretty though too!!!Hi Anna,LOL at the mattress comment.I will pray for your son. I hope he gets his paperwork taken care of.
This is great!! My mom and I were just looking at iron beds at a flea market earlier this month. Your is by far the coolest one I've seen in a garden. You're so creative!
I love your waterpond with that cute rusted bedframe. How creative is that!
That is sooo awesome! I think my mother needs one like this :). She has enough room to have a water pond :).
I love this! My pond is just a plain old hole. But this: this is art!Brenda
OMG!!!!!I love your waterbed. It is so original, very cleverly done. I would love to have one of those in my backyard. More room there.How did you get the bed frame to stand up? Did you attach some wood somehow between frame & tub?Your stacked pots---how did you do that? How do you stack anything?
Hi Lola,Thanks for your nice comments(-:There is wood boards holding up the headboard/footboard. It also frames in the plastic liner that holds the water.When you are talking about the stacked pots are you talking the tipsy pots? Or the metal cans on the headboard?Tipsy pots are super easy all you need is a T-Fence post you buy at Tractor Supply or one of those type places. Then you stack the pots on that. You tip them as you go.
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