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Bird Feeder, Wedding Theme, Garden Whimsy, Wedding Gift, Whimsical Garden, Repurposed Garden Art, Garden Decor, Garden Totem – Wedding Bells

Bird Feeder, Wedding Theme, Garden Whimsy, Wedding Gift, Whimsical Garden, Repurposed Garden Art, Garden Decor, Garden Totem – Wedding Bells

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Ceramics, Glass Gems, Glass, PVC base, Waterproof and Weatherproof Glue
  • Favorited by: 5 people
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Description

Wedding Bells makes the perfect wedding gift if you’re looking for something unique for a special couple. This bird feeder begins with a large pink recycled “Made in Italy” dinner plate, decorated with clear white tiger eye glass gems on top and pearly white gems underneath. On this plate sits a recycled cut glass heart shaped bowl, also accented inside with clear white tiger eye gems arranged in heart shape. The star of this composition is a recycled, hand-painted whimsical wedding-themed teapot with a teddy bear bride and groom sitting in a wedding cart. “Just Married” is hand-painted on the front and back of the teapot, and the spout is covered with a clear glass gem to keep rain out. Since recycled and vintage items are “pre-loved”, they may exhibit some signs of wear, but this does not detract from the overall beauty of this one-of-a-kind piece.

As a base under the vintage plate is a PVC anchor decorated with tiger eye clear white glass gems. This PVC anchor is for sliding over a ½” copper pipe or rebar. I don’t supply the pipe/rebar due to shipping costs, but either the copper pipe or the rebar can be obtained very inexpensively at a home improvement store near you and be cut to the length you want. I have found pounding in the rebar first and then sliding the copper pipe over it, pounding it in as well, adds extra stability. Depending on your soil, you can decide how far into the ground you need to pound the pipe or rebar. I recommend going in about 12” or more if you start with a 5’ pipe. The farther you go into your soil, the more stable the pipe will be. Included with your order is a small organza bag of birdseed, a tea light candle, and one rubber cap. It is advised that you stretch the rubber cap on the top of the pipe or rebar to add some traction before sliding the item’s base over the pipe/rebar. This also helps stabilize how the item sits on the pole. Full instructions come with each order.

The approximate dimensions of this piece:
• Pink Plate – 12 ½” wide
• Cut Glass Heart Dish – 6 ¼” wide, 6” deep, 2” high
• Wedding Teapot – 4 ½” wide, 7 3/8” wide at spout/handle, 7 ¼” high
• Entire Piece, including Base – 8 1/4” high

I used waterproof/weatherproof glue in assembling the pieces together. Hand-washing is recommended, and although this piece will stand up to most kinds of weather, it is also recommended that you bring it inside during freezing months.

I do not usually combine shipping on garden art due to the weight of each piece. I want it to arrive safely to your home, so each piece is securely packed separately to guard against breakage.

Here’s a link to my About page that shows details regarding what’s included in your bird feeder order and how most of my bird feeders with a “pipe sit” look placed on the pipe you will be purchasing separately from a home improvement store.
https://www.etsy.com/shop/PreciousNPretty/about?ref=shopinfo_about_leftnav
Here’s a link to the Bird Feeder section in my Etsy shop. Please contact me if you have an idea in mind that I can create especially for you! I love creating special designs for my clients!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/PreciousNPretty?section_id=14140972&ref=shopsection_leftnav_1

A Note About Squirrels:
If you live in an area with tree squirrels or other wildlife that could get into your birdfeeder/birdhouse, you might consider getting a squirrel baffle. There are several online, DIY ones on Pinterest, or you could visit a local feed store or bird center in your area that could give you suggestions. Here is a page from Pinterest with many ideas:

https://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=diy%20squirrel%20baffle

Squirrels, raccoons, and other wildlife will not only eat your bird food, they also like to feed on baby birds in the nest, which makes a baffle essential to keep this from happening. Also, try to place your birdfeeders far away from your birdhouses in your yard, so eating and living areas are separated.

Here are some other handy links to my Pinterest pages and Facebook pages, dedicated to my work and others!
https://www.pinterest.com/RepurposedFun/

https://www.facebook.com/vintagechinadessertstands

https://www.facebook.com/gardendecorbyjanine
Wedding Bells makes the perfect wedding gift if you’re looking for something unique for a special couple. This bird feeder begins with a large pink recycled “Made in Italy” dinner plate, decorated with clear white tiger eye glass gems on top and pearly white gems underneath. On this plate sits a recycled cut glass heart shaped bowl, also accented inside with clear white tiger eye gems arranged in heart shape. The star of this composition is a recycled, hand-painted whimsical wedding-themed teapot with a teddy bear bride and groom sitting in a wedding cart. “Just Married” is hand-painted on the front and back of the teapot, and the spout is covered with a clear glass gem to keep rain out. Since recycled and vintage items are “pre-loved”, they may exhibit some signs of wear, but this does not detract from the overall beauty of this one-of-a-kind piece.

As a base under the vintage plate is a PVC anchor decorated with tiger eye clear white glass gems. This PVC anchor is for sliding over a ½” copper pipe or rebar. I don’t supply the pipe/rebar due to shipping costs, but either the copper pipe or the rebar can be obtained very inexpensively at a home improvement store near you and be cut to the length you want. I have found pounding in the rebar first and then sliding the copper pipe over it, pounding it in as well, adds extra stability. Depending on your soil, you can decide how far into the ground you need to pound the pipe or rebar. I recommend going in about 12” or more if you start with a 5’ pipe. The farther you go into your soil, the more stable the pipe will be. Included with your order is a small organza bag of birdseed, a tea light candle, and one rubber cap. It is advised that you stretch the rubber cap on the top of the pipe or rebar to add some traction before sliding the item’s base over the pipe/rebar. This also helps stabilize how the item sits on the pole. Full instructions come with each order.

The approximate dimensions of this piece:
• Pink Plate – 12 ½” wide
• Cut Glass Heart Dish – 6 ¼” wide, 6” deep, 2” high
• Wedding Teapot – 4 ½” wide, 7 3/8” wide at spout/handle, 7 ¼” high
• Entire Piece, including Base – 8 1/4” high

I used waterproof/weatherproof glue in assembling the pieces together. Hand-washing is recommended, and although this piece will stand up to most kinds of weather, it is also recommended that you bring it inside during freezing months.

I do not usually combine shipping on garden art due to the weight of each piece. I want it to arrive safely to your home, so each piece is securely packed separately to guard against breakage.

Here’s a link to my About page that shows details regarding what’s included in your bird feeder order and how most of my bird feeders with a “pipe sit” look placed on the pipe you will be purchasing separately from a home improvement store.
https://www.etsy.com/shop/PreciousNPretty/about?ref=shopinfo_about_leftnav
Here’s a link to the Bird Feeder section in my Etsy shop. Please contact me if you have an idea in mind that I can create especially for you! I love creating special designs for my clients!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/PreciousNPretty?section_id=14140972&ref=shopsection_leftnav_1

A Note About Squirrels:
If you live in an area with tree squirrels or other wildlife that could get into your birdfeeder/birdhouse, you might consider getting a squirrel baffle. There are several online, DIY ones on Pinterest, or you could visit a local feed store or bird center in your area that could give you suggestions. Here is a page from Pinterest with many ideas:

https://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=diy%20squirrel%20baffle

Squirrels, raccoons, and other wildlife will not only eat your bird food, they also like to feed on baby birds in the nest, which makes a baffle essential to keep this from happening. Also, try to place your birdfeeders far away from your birdhouses in your yard, so eating and living areas are separated.

Here are some other handy links to my Pinterest pages and Facebook pages, dedicated to my work and others!
https://www.pinterest.com/RepurposedFun/

https://www.facebook.com/vintagechinadessertstands

https://www.facebook.com/gardendecorbyjanine

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Shipping policies

PLEASE NOTE: Because I use FedEx to ship most heavier items, please leave a delivery phone number when placing an order in a "Note to Seller" or by contacting me directly after you place your order, so FedEx can contact you if there is a question. Thanks!

I try to keep shipping and handling costs fair and reasonable, and I want your items to arrive safe and sound. Please read below:

* FedEx - my preferred shipper for most heavy, large, or bulky items and those items that are going to a farther distance. Please provide a phone number upon purchase for the FedEx shipping label. Also, if this is going to a business address, please notify me. Packages usually arrive within 4 days, even if going across the country. More local destinations will arrive even more quickly.

*USPS Priority - I use USPS Priority for lighter weight items, those going to nearby locations, or those I send in padded envelopes. I can also use this for an additional charge for heavy items to get them to you faster. Please contact me if you have questions.

•I currently ship only to the 48 contiguous United States. I will consider shipping to Alaska, but the cost of shipping can vary depending on location. Please contact me if you live in Alaska and want to buy an item; I can find out the shipping cost and let you know what it would be.

•Sorry for any inconvenience, but I do not ship to Hawaii, Puerto Rico, P.O. Boxes, APO and FPO addresses.

•I pack each item with the utmost care to ensure it arrives to your home in the great condition it left mine. I do my best to use shipping methods that are economical but secure to get the package to you safely. I try to reuse shipping materials whenever possible to reduce waste.

•I do not offer combined shipping on heavy items, such as garden art, because I want to ensure the item arrives safely. Too much weight in one box is not a good idea! However, for some of my other items, I will consider combining shipping, on an item by item basis. Please contact me to discuss.

• FedEx doesn't actually insure their items, but they do include an automatic declared value of $100 (unless I enter a higher value), should the item get lost or broken in shipment. Again, I pack my orders with such care, I do not anticipate any issues. All items shipped via USPS are covered with insurance, whenever possible, to cover any possible breakage; however, I do pack each item “like a cocoon”, so it should arrive in wonderful shape! The shipping cost includes the cost of shipping and handling materials. Please contact me immediately if there was an issue during shipping.

•If you live locally in Tri Cities area of Tennessee, we can arrange for local pick instead of shipping the order to you. Please contact me to discuss.

•Please contact me if you have any questions about shipping methods or costs.
PLEASE NOTE: Because I use FedEx to ship most heavier items, please leave a delivery phone number when placing an order in a "Note to Seller" or by contacting me directly after you place your order, so FedEx can contact you if there is a question. Thanks!

I try to keep shipping and handling costs fair and reasonable, and I want your items to arrive safe and sound. Please read below:

* FedEx - my preferred shipper for most heavy, large, or bulky items and those items that are going to a farther distance. Please provide a phone number upon purchase for the FedEx shipping label. Also, if this is going to a business address, please notify me. Packages usually arrive within 4 days, even if going across the country. More local destinations will arrive even more quickly.

*USPS Priority - I use USPS Priority for lighter weight items, those going to nearby locations, or those I send in padded envelopes. I can also use this for an additional charge for heavy items to get them to you faster. Please contact me if you have questions.

•I currently ship only to the 48 contiguous United States. I will consider shipping to Alaska, but the cost of shipping can vary depending on location. Please contact me if you live in Alaska and want to buy an item; I can find out the shipping cost and let you know what it would be.

•Sorry for any inconvenience, but I do not ship to Hawaii, Puerto Rico, P.O. Boxes, APO and FPO addresses.

•I pack each item with the utmost care to ensure it arrives to your home in the great condition it left mine. I do my best to use shipping methods that are economical but secure to get the package to you safely. I try to reuse shipping materials whenever possible to reduce waste.

•I do not offer combined shipping on heavy items, such as garden art, because I want to ensure the item arrives safely. Too much weight in one box is not a good idea! However, for some of my other items, I will consider combining shipping, on an item by item basis. Please contact me to discuss.

• FedEx doesn't actually insure their items, but they do include an automatic declared value of $100 (unless I enter a higher value), should the item get lost or broken in shipment. Again, I pack my orders with such care, I do not anticipate any issues. All items shipped via USPS are covered with insurance, whenever possible, to cover any possible breakage; however, I do pack each item “like a cocoon”, so it should arrive in wonderful shape! The shipping cost includes the cost of shipping and handling materials. Please contact me immediately if there was an issue during shipping.

•If you live locally in Tri Cities area of Tennessee, we can arrange for local pick instead of shipping the order to you. Please contact me to discuss.

•Please contact me if you have any questions about shipping methods or costs.

Additional policies

If you are interested in a custom order, please contact me to discuss. I love creating my designs, and it would please me to create something just for you, if possible.

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