Easy project for a fun planter

March 5th, 2009 in member junk     
junkermidge junkermidge, member
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Just a simple, fun little project for holding plants or flowers.  I used an old cupboard door and attached one of those thingys that are for playing that yard game where you fling wiffle balls. What is that called?  Anyway, I attached it, added a little moss inside, and set in a clay pot for adding a plant or flowers.  I think it would be cute in a sunroom or on a porch.

 

    


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, seasonal, cottage, plant holder, funky, whimsical, fun, porch, sunroom

Comments (9)

DarbyGirl writes: Love making anything from old doors or shutters.
looks fab! Posted: 1:40 pm on May 28th
irishrovr writes:
These are great go-togethers! Simple and sweet!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 11:03 pm on March 31st
CreepinJen writes: Thanks Junkermidge! When I saw your wiffle thingy idea I had an Ah-hah moment. A pair of those rackets have been bouncing around my garage forever. Thanks for the inspiring idea! Posted: 8:10 am on March 8th
csudderth writes: You did a wonderful job of putting all of these pieces together.
Christy Posted: 9:20 pm on March 6th
OldBarnRescue writes: Very clever and fun! Posted: 6:02 pm on March 6th
georgiamoon writes: These pieces are great together. I really like the simplicity of it and the natural colors are perfect. Love it, Georgia Posted: 4:52 pm on March 6th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Love this Midge! I know you mentioned before that your photos weren't that "fancy" but this is absolutely gorgeous! I love the neutral color palette and would hang your piece on my wall anyday.

Nice work!
Candy
Posted: 8:23 am on March 6th
oldnews writes: HA!! I love your description: "The thingys for playing that yard game where you fling wiffle balls!" Hilarious! It's too cute, whatever it is! Thanks for making me laugh! Posted: 12:29 am on March 6th
SeaGlassLady writes: I love it! The wiffle ball racket (I guess that's what it's called) goes beautifully with the weathered cupboard door. Posted: 11:34 pm on March 5th
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