Couple make amazing water feature with wine bottle and pump


Crafty wine-loving couple reveal incredible homemade budget fountain made from an old bottle and a water pump

Andrea Redfearn, from Manchester, revealed incredible budget water fountain Said husband crafted the playful feature from a wine bottle, glass, and a pumpWowed social media users with the craft, which they built in just 10 minutes One user commented: ‘Brilliant idea…He could make a fortune selling them!’

A crafty couple have wowed social media users with their incredible homemade budget water fountain.

Andrea Redfearn, from Manchester, shared a short video of her DIY water feature, which shows water spouting from a wine bottle in a glass, on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group. 

She commented that the construction had cost her just £22.50, with her husband whipping up the playful fountain in just 10 minutes. 

Many social media users were amazed by the playful fountain, with one commenting: ‘Brilliant idea…He could make a fortune building and selling them!’

Andrea Redfearn, from Manchester, unveiled her playful water feature online, amazing social media users with the clever design, which her husband built in just 10 minutes 

Sharing a short video of the fountain in the group, Andrea commented: ‘Hubby made this water feature. Pump was £12 from Amazon, trough was £8 from range. 

‘Mesh bin used to line from Home Bargains £2.50. Not bad for 10 minute construction.’ 

Andrea’s post quickly went viral, with 11,000 people liking the video in just days.  

Followers quickly praised the build, marvelling over her husband’s workmanship and use of materials. 

Social media users were amazed by the incredible wine bottle water feature, with many praising Andrea's husbands craftmanship

Social media users were amazed by the incredible wine bottle water feature, with many praising Andrea’s husbands craftmanship 

Wine bottle water feature  

Bought for £22.50

– Amazon pump – £12

– The Range silver trough – £8

– Mesh Home Bargains bin – £2.50

Pre-owned

– Wine bottle

– Wine glass  

Many suggested Andrea’s husband could ‘make a fortune’ with the playful fountain, with one commenting: ‘That’s a winner, 10/10 I would love one.’

Another playfully added: ‘This would look so good in your garden, Mine would need to be a gin bottle.’

Another wrote: ‘ Love water features, really calming.’

It seems garden projects have been all the rage during lockdown, with a thrifty mum sharing her stunning outdoor bed this week – built for just £70.  

UK-based Tanya Woolston used old pallets, £70 in wood and material she already had lying around the house to create the private oasis in her mother's back garden, pictured

UK-based Tanya Woolston used old pallets, £70 in wood and material she already had lying around the house to create the private oasis in her mother’s back garden, pictured 

To make the bed, Tanya used old wooden pallets her mother had received at work and had been saving for a DIY project

To make the bed, Tanya used old wooden pallets her mother had received at work and had been saving for a DIY project

UK-based Tanya Woolston used old pallets, £70 in wood and material she already had lying around the house to create the private oasis in her mother’s back garden.  

The four-poster bed boasts a mattress and pillows covered with waterproof fabric – meaning they can be left outside.  

Writing on the group, Tanya explained the base was made from eight wooden pallets that she was given for free by her mother, who runs a manufacturing business. 

Tanya shared her results, as well as pictures illustrating how she built the impressive structure on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook group.

 Tanya shared her results, as well as pictures illustrating how she built the impressive structure on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook group.

She also already had the lights, grey wood stain, mattress and pillow, as well as the waterproof fabric and 10m of white cotton that forms the canopy. 

However she explained similar products could be found on eBay and pallets could be obtained from a local garden centre, business or through Facebook Marketplace.

It meant Tanya just needed to spend £70 on additional fence posts and planks to create the pillars and crossbeams on the design. 

Garden oasis shopping list: Materials Tanya used in her build

ALREADY OWNED

8 x pallets (second-hand, similar available)Wood stain (Safeway Premium Exterior Wood Stain in Slate)LightsFabric for canopy (white cotton approx 10m, cut to size)Waterproof material to cover pillows and mattresses MattressPillows 

BOUGHT FOR £70