Trunk/Chest Planter

July 9th, 2009 in member junk     
tabathamiller1 tabathamiller1, member
4 users recommend


I finished my trunk planter!! I don't know ANYTHING about flowers so I hope the ones I got are ok :) Thank you for everyone's advice!


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, seasonal, vintage, metal, container, wood, cottage, plant holder, country, garden, fun, outdoor spaces, porch, farm, entry

Comments (11)

nostalgiagirl writes: I have been collecting for years; now I need to do something with all of the treasures. I love this idea & hope to learn alot from everyone. kc Posted: 4:21 pm on August 17th
Humana writes: Really like your trunk idea and is that an old milk can in the background???????your cat is too cute.....
Cathy Posted: 8:04 am on July 27th
Humana writes: Really like your trunk idea and is that an old milk can in the background???????your cat is too cute.....
Cathy Posted: 8:04 am on July 27th
RustyDiva writes: Love the trunk Tabitha. You did a great job! I'm not too good with flowers either so good luck. Posted: 2:36 pm on July 20th
MimiToria writes: Your trunk looks great against the backdrop color of the building it is against. Nice job!
Gretchen Posted: 12:28 am on July 18th
junkermidge writes: What a great use for an old trunk. You did a great job!
Midge
Posted: 8:38 pm on July 13th
shabbychick writes: Tabitha - your trunk looks great...now you've got a new place to garden/decorate! (You can never have too many!)

Thanks for sharing!

Kathy Posted: 3:10 pm on July 13th
JunkArchitect writes:
The planter came out fantastic and all your flowers look great…good job. I REALLY like your trunk.

Jim
Posted: 11:51 pm on July 10th
tabathamiller1 writes: I ended up using polyurethane to coat it. Posted: 3:49 pm on July 10th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Hi tabitha! It looks fantastic! What did you end up using on the wood for protection? I don't recall what you decided on.

Beautiful trunk!
Candy Posted: 2:50 pm on July 10th
alicemom writes: Looks great. The flowers are just fine! Just make sure your petunia (pink ones) are not in 100 plus direct sun.
smiles, alice Posted: 11:09 pm on July 9th
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