Image by Patti J. Good via Youtube
This DIY clay pot garden lighthouse by Patti J. Good is absolutely adorable! I just super love these nautical-themed decorations. They are very easy to build and not complicated at all. Watch the video below for full instructions.
For the mini lighthouse:
For the large lighthouse:
Lighthouse from metal vase:
6.7″ and 8.3″ saucer
Primer the vase and saucers first. Take the sandstone texture paint and spray it into the metal vase. Next, take your saucer and metal wreath and paint them in black.
Take the base saucer and glue the metal vase upside down. Place some objects on top and let the glue dry completely.
Take your rope and stain it with black paint. Once dry, wrap it four times on the base and the top. Start back down about 2 inches from the top edge and glue them. On the bottom, after you wrapped it four times, make a few curves with the rope then insert the anchor. Wrap the rope around the anchor three times, then glue it.
Glue the other saucer on the top right side up.
Fill the outdoor light with cork so it will be flushed on the bottom. After that, glue the metal wreath on the top saucer followed by the light.
Paint the wooden ring and craft foam in black and glue for the window.
Wrap the end of the light with rope.
Paint the pots with white. After that, paint the saucer and the top edges of the terra cotta pots blue.
Stack the three pots upside down and glue them together. After that, glue the saucer on top, right side up.
Paint the starfish blue then let them dry.
Glue the metal wreath on the saucer. Next, wrap the rope on the top edges of the pots five times.
Glue the lantern to the top and the starfishes on the pots.
Watch the video below for the last project.