Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Make a Backyard Pond from a Tire!


This has got to be the most ingenious trash-to-treasure project for the garden I have seen yet!

The photos were found on Pinterest, unfortunately, they were linked to just a photo since the original blog it was posted to has been removed.  So . . . no instructions or tutorial . . . just awesome inspiration.

When we get around to making this pond, we will take lots of photos and make a tutorial for this project.





2 comments:

Allan Leeman said...

This is awesome. I may have to do this. We have been talking about a pond for a while. This may have to be more decorative than functional due to the depth. Guess that depends on the size tire you can get too.

Gina Alfani said...

Hey Allan!

We were thinking that is a very large tire, like for a tractor. It is a great beginner pond for sure!

Thanks for visiting and commenting :)

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