Well, it seems as if you landed into Alice’s Wonderland. These toadstools look unique and they’d surely enchant every garden. How can you get your hand on one of these beauties? For starters, you can always try to “do it yourself” and see if the end results please you or not. But it’s worth giving it a try, these toadstools are really beautiful and they’d be perfect in any garden. You can always ask your kids to help you; it’s a wonderful opportunity to spend more time with them and teach them how to be crafty. The materials used vary, from household bowls to wood, glass, metal as well as quickcrete and concrete. You can also use tree branches to form the stems. You can use a wooden salad bowl to make the top of the toadstool. The garden of your dreams won’t cost you a fortune-and that’s the main purpose since you’ll be using household items that will be repurposed. The garden in the image goes for the traditional red and white look, but you can pick whatever style you think suits your garden best. Useful materials for your toadstool: you need a wooden bowl for the top of the toadstool. You also need some branches for the stem and sandpaper to sand bowl. Choose some red and white paint if you want to go for the same garden style. Don’t forget to use polyurethane to seal the paint and protect it from the weather changes. You can use a wood screw to attach top to branch. An electric drill for drilling pilot holes in the bowl and branch is needed. And if you want to cut the stem branch to any length you think it seems fit try using a small wood saw. Then bury the base of the toadstool stem in the ground so it will stay put. You can then add the last touches: garden gnomes, toads, fairies; even a cute birdhouse and a small wheelbarrow for your gnome. Feel free to experiment.
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