7 Hilarious Ways to Hack Pink Plastic Flamingos

7 Hilarious Ways to Hack Pink Plastic Flamingos

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Dabney Frake
Jul 4, 2015
(Image credit: Rain on a Tin Roof)

By now you might have heard that Donald Featherstone, creator of the pink plastic flamingo, just passed away at the age of 79. This ultimate icon of kitsch is a symbol of hot lazy summers spent outside, and easy suburban living. Turns out it's also a great base for really fun and ridiculous DIY projects.

Watch out washi tape and gold spray paint. As reigning craft supply queens, you are officially put on notice. Because I could not be more in love with Rain on a Tin Roof’s handmade sprinkler, as seen in the lead image above.

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Handmade Charlotte shared this incredible flamingo chandelier that they created for an event.

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Home Depot shows you how to make this amazing Alice in Wonderland croquet set.

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Here's a whole fleet of plastic flamingo pull toys, created by This Little Street.

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And look what popped up in one of our house tours? Faux flamingo taxidermy.

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Shorely Chic shared these centerpieces from their "flamingle party" a couple of years ago.

(Image credit: Flamingo Guy)

And if your current flamingo isn't kitschy enough for you, you can always find more ways to embarrass them with tiny outfits and glasses.

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