Wee Little Stool Planter

May 16th, 2015 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Little stools turned upside down offer your annual planters a little boost in your garden.
The little rusty stool, some clock parts, a pot, dirt, flowers, and a little E6000 will be what you need.
The clock parts add a littl unexpected finishing touch. 4 holes...four clock parts.
A little dab will do ya!
After you have applied the glue stick you clock parts through each of the holes.
All done with that!
Plant your pot and set it in the center hole on the stool.
Or if your prfere, skip the clock parts and simply flip it upside down and add a larger contaier. Either way is easy and adorable.
Little stools turned upside down offer your annual planters a little boost in your garden.

Little stools turned upside down offer your annual planters a little boost in your garden.

Photo: JUNKMARKET Style

I love trowing little rusty odds and ends in the garden for added texture. This littl stool is delightful either way!


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Comments (3)

NDJunkGirl writes: LOVE THIS, SUE!

-Andrea Posted: 11:47 am on August 8th
chippingcharm writes: Love it both ways...those clock parts were the perfect touch. Details, details...perfect :) Posted: 5:28 am on August 8th
JunkArchitect writes: Like you said..."it's delightful either way". Great little project, Suzi-Q...love the rusty stool.

Jim

Posted: 5:02 am on July 31st
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