Teapot Water Fountain Ideas You’ll Love

Add a touch of whimsey to your garden with these amazing Teapot Water Fountain Ideas. We’ve rounded up the best so check them all out now!

Teapot Water Fountain

There is something that is so peaceful and tranquil about water. It’s no surprise that fountains are amongst the most popular projects.

Today we are sharing our favorite Teapot Water Fountain Ideas. We’ve rounded up popular DIY projects from Pinterest and there’s something for everyone. 

via Nifty Outdoors

Teapot Water Fountain Video Instructions

The first project that we thought we would share with you is from Nifty Outdoors. They have created a very simple Teapot Fountain that is in the same vein as the Magic Tap Faucet that we featured recently. Click Play above to watch now ^

via Nifty Outdoors

Here’s another photo of the Teapot Water Fountain that was featured in the video. All you need for the project are -:

  • Plastic planter with no drainage holes
  • Drill
  • Circle saw drill bit
  • Small fountain pump
  • 3 bricks
  • Decorative rocks
  • 14 inch pipe
  • 4 foot tubing
  • Small teapot
  • Teacup and saucer
  • Epoxy putty
  • Water

The full instructions for this project can be found here

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Teapot Water Fountain

This Teapot Wine Barrel Fountain is the perfect addition to your garden and it’s a great weekend DIY project. Add bright Annuals and greenery to create a colorful centerpiece. The full project details can be found on Hometalk here

via Jen Ulasieicz

This gorgeous Teapot Fairy Garden was made by Jen Ulasiewicz who is a photographer. What an amazing job she did. Don’t you love the way the teapot pours into sea shells. You can find Jen on Facebook here

via Hometalk

Here’s another simple idea that is very attractive from Hometalk. The Teapot tilts into a lower container garden. This would be great in a garden bed. Details are here

via Hometalk

Marie Niemann is the creator behind this wonderful Tipsy Water Feature. You can use a Teapot or Watering Can for this project. Details can be found here

via recyclart

This great idea from Recyclart uses a trash can and attaches the Teapot to the fence. It just goes to show the many different ways that you can display your water feature.

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