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Watering Can Pouring Crystals DIY

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I rarely stepped into our garden.  When I do I’m standing on a flower head. Or getting sprayed in the face with the garden hose I’m trying to untangle.  But there is the rare occasion that I’m adding a touch of sparkle to our garden.
 
Today is one of those rare occasions.
 
Let’s add sparkle. This project is a piece of cake unless you overthink it. Then it’s cantankerous!

Watering Can Sprinkling Crystals

Today I’m joining a group of super duper talented upcycle bloggers to share our trash to treasure outdoor projects.  Make sure to check out their creative projects below.

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List of Supplies

Thrift store watering can {Mine was $3}
Chandelier Crystals {I collect crystals from thrift store chandeliers or find them on Amazon}
18 gauge wire in silver about 18-inches
Wire Cutters
NeedleNose Pliers
Button

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  1. Thread the end of the wire into a hole in the spout.
  2. Grab the end inside the watering can and pull making sure the other end doesn’t come through the spout.

 

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3. Thread the button on the wire and twist.

4.Pull the wire back letting the button hold the wire in place.

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5. Continue looping about every 1 1/2 inches and cluster crystals from the loops.

6. Make sure to close the wires of the crystals.  Otherwise, we’ll be stepping on crystals if the wind blows.

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The weight of the crystals makes hanging the watering can easily.  It hangs in the pouring position!

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You can keep adding buttons and wires through more holes if you have enough crystals.  I didn’t.

I do however have crystals on this project crystals for this project at my repurposed blogging desk.

Here’s a frame worthy printable I made for you to download.  Frame it in a thrift store frame! 🙂

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Now check out more outdoor trash to treasures creations while I step out and move the garden hose.  Got a towel?

Kimm at Reinvented

Kim at Hunt and Host

Victoria at Dazzle While Frazzled

Pili at My Sweet Things

Randi at Dukes and Duchesses

Ashley at 3 Little Greenwoods

Courtney at All Things New Again

Lisa at The Purple Hydrangea

Tonya at Hey There Delyla

Denise at My Thrifty House

Wendi at H2O Bungalow

Jeanette at Country Design Style

Sam at Raggedy Bits

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    Comments

    1. Linda at Mixed Kreations says

      How cute! I have an old tea pot that I had thought of trying to make something like this to add some sparkle to my garden. I like the watering can better though. I will have to keep an eye out for one. Thanks for sharing!

    2. Sam @ Raggedy Bits says

      What a gorgeous way to add some charm to your garden! I absolutely love it!!! Thank you so much for the tutorial and look forward to trying soon. And boy, do I feel you with the hose dilemma! 🙂

    3. Brenda says

      Jeanette, I have been looking for something out of the ordinary to put in my courtyard. And this will be perfect. So creative and I love anything that sparkles.

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