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  1. 41 Responses to “Waterfall with old table top”

  2. By Laura healy on Mar 23, 2013

    Would love directions for the tabletop waterfall

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    Linda reply on March 26th, 2013 6:14 pm:

    Hi, Laura! I’m so looking into this!

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  3. By Susan Hamm on Apr 5, 2013

    Hi Linda, I am so into making this wonderfull tabletop waterfall. It is truly beautiful. Have you found the directions yet? You are so resourceful! Thank you!~ Susan

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  4. By Kathy Snell on Apr 14, 2013

    I, too would love the directions for this! A tutorial would be even better ( :D )! Thanks for the picture anyway! Kathy

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    Linda reply on April 14th, 2013 2:11 pm:

    Hi, Kathy! Elayne uses a cement basin for the water and pump but it could be any sort of tub. She perforated copper tubing and ran it around the edges and inserted tubing from the pump to it!

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  5. By Becky on Apr 22, 2013

    I would love to know how to do this. Thank you.

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    Linda reply on April 22nd, 2013 4:13 pm:

    Hi, Becky! Elayne has a cement tub underneath for the pump and water but you could use a pond basin or anything else. She ran a tube from the pump to copper tubing that she perforated.

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  6. By Stacy on May 11, 2013

    I would really really love the instructions for the tabletop waterfall. It is wonderful and i would love to make one too.

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    Linda reply on May 11th, 2013 2:37 pm:

    Hi, Stacy! Elayne has a cement basin underneath for the water and pump. You could use a tub or a pond basin. She perforated copper conduit and ran a tube from the pump into it. I’m not sure how they glued it to the table but recently I heard about JB Weld (a sort of epoxy, as I understand) that you can get at hardware suppliers. Please let us know how your project works!

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  7. By Shannon on May 21, 2013

    I too would love the directions for this waterfall. I have the perfect spot. Thanks so much. Shannon

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    Linda reply on May 21st, 2013 7:51 pm:

    Hi, Shannon! Thanks for checking in. Please scroll down to see through comments for the instructions! And please send us your creation, too!

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  8. By Bonnie on May 23, 2013

    Love the table waterfall! How does she keep it standing up? Is the copper tubing made into straight “posts” at the bottom and dug in??

    thank you!!

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    Linda reply on May 24th, 2013 4:03 pm:

    I’m not sure how she mounts it to stand up. I’ll ask. The copper tubing is perforated and run around the top. A basin underneath holds the water and pump and a tube goes from the pump to the tube. Neat!

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  9. By Patricia Chambers on Jun 4, 2013

    Hi thanks for the information.. I have a tabletop like that, would like to do this. If you could find out how she has it secured.. I’d love that.. and do you think it would hold up in my Chicago climate?? thanks

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    Linda reply on June 4th, 2013 3:44 pm:

    Hi, Patricia, I certainly will As for Chicago, can you leave glass tabletops outside? Most likely you’d have to empty the copper tubing and basin in winter like you do with other fountains, I presume?

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  10. By laura on Jul 4, 2013

    I would love the directions on the table top water fall if you could e-mail me the directions thank you laura

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    Linda reply on July 7th, 2013 12:22 pm:

    Hi, Laura! Check below for the instructions. I’ll also email.

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  11. By Jenne C on Jul 10, 2013

    It looks like there are two grates (like from an oven) that are on either side of the table. These grates look like they are buried in the return water tub with rocks to keep them in place on either side of the table. Kind of like bookends.

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  12. By Susie in DeLand on Jul 15, 2013

    Good eye, Jenne! The “grates” look to me like they could be closet shelving. I suppose anything like that could be used.

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  13. By Ronda on Jul 19, 2013

    would love to put this in my garden I do alot of meditating an this would be wonderful if you could e-mail us the direction to build this would appreciate it very much. Thank you for sharing this. Bright Blessings
    Ronda

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    Linda reply on July 20th, 2013 2:45 pm:

    Dear Ronda!

    Please scroll down for the various instructions!

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  14. By Kay Nelson on Jul 24, 2013

    I would really like to know how the table top water fall was constructed. Thanks for your time and sharing your creativity. K. Nelson

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    Linda reply on July 24th, 2013 4:03 pm:

    Hi, Kay! If you’ll scroll down, you’ll see the basic answers. I’m keeping all your emails and will go back to Elayne’s and get further instructions for you all. Thanks for writing! It is a neat project! Linda

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  15. By Donna on Jul 30, 2013

    I will anxiously wait for whatever other details you can supply on how to make this myself. What a genius idea! Thanks so much for sharing it.

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    Linda reply on July 31st, 2013 4:45 pm:

    Hi, Donna! I’m going to try to get to Elayne’s and take pictures!. Will keep you posted.

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  16. By Anita on Aug 2, 2013

    I want instructions on the glass tabletop fountain as well please

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    Linda reply on August 2nd, 2013 3:02 pm:

    Hi, Anita! Thanks for checking in. If you scroll down, you’ll see where I’ve explained what I know. I’m planning to go visit her again and get step-by-step instructions. Will keep you posted!

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  17. By Patricia H on Sep 1, 2013

    The Table Top Waterfall is a great idea! I would love to recreate this in my garden :) Are you going to get the step-by-step instructions? If so, that would be awesome.

    Thanks,
    Patricia H

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    Linda reply on September 2nd, 2013 2:53 pm:

    I’m about to post instructions, Patricia, and will email you! Best, Linda

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  18. By Kathy W. on Sep 10, 2013

    Love, love, love the tabletop fountain and would love instructions also. I’ve written everything you’ve given so far, but would love complete instructions if available. Thanks, Kathy

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    Linda reply on September 10th, 2013 3:52 pm:

    Hi, Kathy! Thanks for checking in. Finally, I went to Elayne’s and got the instructions. By the way, her husband finished their new design right after this post and reports that it works beautifully. Here’s my post. http://www.klru.org/ctg/blog/?p=10010

    Hey, if you make one, please email me at llehmusvirta@klru.org. I’d love to feature your picture! Linda

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  19. By Patricia D on Sep 16, 2013

    I, too would love the step by step directions for this beautiful waterfall. It’s really generous of you to share your creativity with others. Thanks for your patience too! It must be time consuming to answer all these request. Please note it is very much appreciated!! My e-mail is Doherty07@aol.com

    Thanks again!!

    Patricia D

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    Linda reply on September 16th, 2013 6:36 pm:

    Hi, Patricia, am emailing you right now! Best, Linda

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  20. By Rick on Oct 4, 2013

    Would you mine sending me the plans also?
    Thank you.
    Rick

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  21. By Anna Matthew on Jan 7, 2014

    I would live instructions for the waterfall, I love the idea of repurposing and otherwise discarded item!

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    Linda reply on January 8th, 2014 4:26 pm:

    Hi, Anna! Thanks for asking. Here you go and have fun! Best, Linda

    http://www.klru.org/ctg/blog/?p=10010

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  22. By linda bebo on Jan 23, 2014

    Looking for table top waterfall directions

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    Linda reply on January 23rd, 2014 4:37 pm:

    Hi, Linda! Thanks for writing. Here you go! http://www.klru.org/ctg/blog/?p=10010

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  23. By jimmy on Jun 11, 2014

    Hello it’s my first time on this and I would like to know if you could send me the step by step for the glass table fountain. It’s truly beautiful and I know my wife would love it. Just put I a patio for her to enjoy and she stays out side a lot now. Please send me info for it thanks

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    Linda reply on June 12th, 2014 3:57 pm:

    Hi, Jimmy! How sweet of you! Here are the basic instructions. You can modify it as you wish. http://www.klru.org/ctg/blog/?p=10010

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  24. By Tommie Reynolds on Jul 27, 2014

    I would be ever so grateful for instructions for making the glass tabletop fountain. It is so lovely. My husband and I are 77- years-old so I hope we are not being foolishly ambitious. Thank you. Tommie

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