I've recently been spending quite a bit of time on Hometalk. With spring heating up, there are lots of great gardening and outdoor ideas over there.
The nice people at Hometalk put together a cute graphic of over 16 different birdbath ideas that I clipped to my board.
If any of your haven't heard of Hometalk yet, it is a place where homeowners, renters and professionals all share and discuss everything related to homes and gardens (I got that description from their website, in case you can't tell). Everything from home decor to crafts to DIY to gardening and a lot more in between.
You can ask questions and have other members or professionals give you advice, get inspiration by looking at the pretty photos, do research on future projects you want to do and also post your own projects for people to ooh and ahh over.
And the best part is that you don't have to be a blogger to do it. Yes, those of you who haven't gone over the deep end and started your own blog yet, can post photos and ideas too. Actually a large amount of non-bloggers are on there.
FYI, this is not a paid endorsement for Hometalk, I've just been hanging out there and wanted to share. Sort of like Show And Tell for fun things I've found. No grades will be given out.
More birdbath inspiration can be found here on my blog:
Personally, I think you should keep the bear, and change his sign to read, "Please Feed the Bears!" ;D
I LOVE the stacked stone birdbaths, myself. But I've seen the topsy turvy planter birdbath in person. It's interesting for sure.
I cannot possibly get on another site...really I can't no matter how wonderful it is. The birdbaths are beautiful though. We, that is I, adore you Pam.
Oh here I go again-just have to add Hometalk since it sounds so neat. Thanks for the link. I hope you have a good weekend.
[email protected] at the Crossroads
Pam, I love your collection of bird baths so much that I'm going to pin it!!! Wink-wink!
Musings from Kim K.
Another site I need to investigate. Thanks for scouting it out for us.
I have not heard of this site at all, Pam. I will have to check it out- xo Diana
susie @ persimmon moon cottage
Thanks for letting us know about this site.I have been trying to get enough big glass vases and bowls to make one of the glass birdbaths since last year.
I also really like the (...terfu?sp) planters that you made from cement. I don't dare go back and check for the spelling. My computer is flipping around tonight. Anyway, your pansies with the metal stamped "pansy" butter knife and your planter looked so pretty.
TracyMB @ Crows Feet Chic
Hee hee... can I vote twice because I think he's so cute?? 🙂
We LOVE our birdbaths! So much fun to watch the antics. We even have a winter one... which is just for sippin' but I've seen the odd bird take a dip on a cool day. I should crochet a selection of mini robes for after their dips!! I'm going to have to check out HomeTalk now. Maybe not. I've already got Pinterest and Blogging hours logged. 🙂 xo
Pam thanks for reminding me about Hometalk. I need to find time to get over there, I actually posted on there a few times but somehow I can't manage to keep up. What else is new? haha
I do love the birdbaths, thanks for sharing.
Leslie (gwen moss)
Hometalk sounds like it's right up my alley, going to go and check it out:) I voted, I love the bear!