I made a cute water feature for my garden for under £10 using a £1 plastic bowl from B&M | The Sun

THEY can really take a garden to the next level.

But water features can often be expensive and, with the cost of living as it is, people prefer to shell out on necessities rather than luxuries.



However, one woman has revealed how she made a gorgeous water feature for her garden for just £10.

Mollie took to TikTok to share a video explaining "how we created this cute little water feature in our garden for literally a tenner".

"So I actually bought this little solar floating water device thing off of Amazon – it was £9," she began.

"Then I picked up this clear plastic bowl from B&M and this black stand is a little plant pot stand."

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Mollie added that the floating device gets pushed down to the bottom of the bowl and attaches using "suckers".

"You get loads of different little attachments as well so the water comes out differently," she continued.

"It’s just so cute. I absolutely love the sound of water which is the main reason I got it."

While it doesn't seem like Mollie's exact one is still on sale on Amazon, this one is very similar and costs £10.99.

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People in the comments section were quick to praise Mollie for sharing her garden make, with one writing: "That's great!"

"I brought the same for £8, I find it hit and miss in working any tips?" another added.

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To which Mollie replied: "Ours is the same tbh!

"It has to be placed so there’s no shadows nearby."

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