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DIY Crystal Garden Mushrooms

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I love shrooms! Okay, just kidding. But I do love these shrooms — garden mushrooms, that is. So pretty and so easy to add a little wow to your garden.

Yesterday, I shared a tutorial for making amazingĀ glass garden bird baths and totems

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source: fleamarketgardening.org

 

Well, the technique for making the garden mushrooms is exactly the same. So here’s the low down… First, find some amazing crystal bowls and vases at a garage sale or thrift shop. Turn the bowl upside down and attach it to a vase using a clear silicon adhesive like Marine GOOP. Done. Now place it in your garden so your creepy gnomes can hangout under its shade.

By the way, I saw similar crystal garden mushrooms selling on Etsy for $40-$50 for a set of three. Please. You can make three for 3 bucks by thrifting. Nuff said.

Anywho, here are a bunch more garden shrooms for inspiration…

 

source: jamaligarden.com

source: jamaligarden.com

 

source: recreationsinglass.com

source: recreationsinglass.com

 

source: recreationsinglass.com

source: recreationsinglass.com

 

And there you have it. Enjoy schrooming!

Cheers!

~ Jenise

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2 Comments on DIY Crystal Garden Mushrooms

  1. Jeannette
    July 16, 2015 at 11:34 pm (4 years ago)

    I would love a diy tutorial on making concrete shrooms for the garden…painting, sealing and all…maybe big enough to make them garden seats.

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    • Jenise
      July 24, 2015 at 4:36 pm (4 years ago)

      That sounds like an awesome idea. Although making them large enough to sit on would probably end up making them a few hundred pounds.

      Reply

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