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Birdbath Planter Urn

This pretty planter doubles as a colorful birdbath.

Birdbath Planter Urn

Project Overview

Skill Level

Beginner

Estimated Time

1 weekend

Estimated Cost

$$$$$

Tools & Materials

Tools

  • Combination of plants such as pansies, vinca vine, lysimachia, or other trailing vines
  • Potting soil

Materials

  • Plastic urn, #51040
  • 2-gallon growers’ pot, #212416
  • 8-in plastic planter, #318304
  • 12-1/4-in terra-cotta saucer, #94459
  • Valspar spray paint, Orange Maple

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Instructions

Step 1

Birdbath Planter Urn

Clean the plastic urn and terra-cotta saucer. Spray-paint both with Valspar Orange Maple. Let dry overnight.

Good to Know

Avoid soaking the unpainted saucer in water. If it becomes wet, allow it to dry thoroughly before painting.

Step 2

Once the urn and saucer are dry, place the 2-gallon growers’ pot upside down inside the urn. Then place the 8-inch plastic planter upside down on top of the growers’ pot.

Step 3

Fill the remaining space between the pots and urn with soil. Plant flowers and vines at the top of the urn to cover the black plastic planter.

Step 4

Place the terra-cotta saucer on top of the plastic planter and fill with water for birds.