Take your love of copper to a new level with this gorgeous copper water feature. It is NOT for the beginner. And, it's not inexpensive (approximately $500-$1000), but what a feat if you can pull it off! As featured on the the DIY Network's Yard Crashers , click here to see a quick video that features the project, but we don't have to rely on a 60 second vid to figure out the water fall's construction. DIY Network lays the build all out in 12 steps, from outlining the water feature itself to preparing the copper to connecting the plumbing. Click here for the entire how-to.
How to Build a Copper Water Wall [DIY Network]