Whimsical Yard Art

Use discarded vases, plates, crocks and pots to build a functional yard art sculpture.
By Arlene Wright-Correll
April/May 2012
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Recycled glass birdbaths make unique yard art as well as help your resident feathered friends.
PHOTO: ARLENE WRIGHT-CORRELL


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I am always looking for a way to keep “stuff” out of the landfill and also a way to help the birds in our gardens.

I create water fountains, birdbaths and bird feeders solely from recycled glass products. As I put them together, they take on their own lives and become unique works of art that add a focal point in a garden or yard, or on a patio.

Arlene Wright-Correll
Munfordville, Kentucky








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