Decorative windmills, the windmills were originally used to pump water from streams or underground wells to the surface. Now windmills convert wind energy into electricity. Retrieve the nostalgic look of old decorative windmills in your garden with a few terracotta pots and copper sheets. Build several windmills and place around the patio. Plant flowers around the bases or even a vine grow windmill.
Draw a circle with a diameter of 6-12 inches in the sheet metal. Draw a dish, or use a compass, with a grease pencil or pen. Cut the circle with tin snips. Mark the circle into eight equal triangles. Place a rule that divides the circle in half. Run the grease pencil along the ruler. Divide each half in half again and then again. Cut along each line until you are about 2 inches from the center hole. Now he has eight blades of your decorative windmills.
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Battery three terracotta pots on top of each other upside down. Place the largest at the bottom of the stack and the smallest at the top pot. The pots will overlap each other. Place a washer on the screw. Place the decorative windmills hole in the screw and washer behind metal mill wind. The blades must rotate freely and not be obstructed by any of the washers or the screw. Pass the pin through the drainage holes of the stacked containers.