A garden DIY project by designer Kay Ellen
I enjoy repurposing old or used items especially in my garden. It is fun to add a new pop of color or something out of the ordinary among the flowers. For this project I chose a vintage china bowl that was a gift from the owner of Forget Me Not Antiques in Riverside, CA.
I used 7/8” wide Sealah adhesive tape adding it to the bottom rim of the bowl ... I have successfully used Sealah tap on many projects, it adheres to many surfaces including cloth, plastic, metal and glass. I then grabbed an old weathered plant stand that has been in my garden for over a decade time for a new purpose for this cute stand.
I cleaned the top of the stand, making sure to remove any loose dust and chips of paint. I added a generous layer of Sealah tape to the top edge, covering it well.
I carefully placed the two treasures together and pressed firmly. I left the bowl and stand upside down letting gravity help with the project. After waiting the suggested 24 hours for the Sealah tape to completely cure, the bond was excellent.
My new charming birdbath in the garden!
I am on the hunt for more creative bases and china bowls to make a few bird baths for gifts too!
Sealah adhesive is great for Creating, Embellishing and Repairing.