Recently, we remodeled our bathroom. We were left with a sink with an old sink from the demo. We tried to give the old sink away, but no one needed it, so I decided to turn it into a birdbath.
First, I removed the sink from the pedestal. Then, I buried about 4 inches of it to make it stable.
I ran to the local Goodwill and grabbed some old dishes to use in my birdbath. I ended up getting a serving platter, a smaller plastic tray, a pretty glass and a little crystal bowl. It all cost me around $3.
Use an old sink and stuff from the thrift store to make a cute birdbath. #DIY #Birds Click To Tweet
I spray painted some of the details on the smaller items. Then, I used the E6000 glue to glue the rest of my Goodwill finds to the tray.
Finally, my daughter planted irises around the base.
We did this over the winter. Now we have grass growing around everything and the irises are beginning to bloom. The purple of the irises are so nice with the color of the birdbath.