Falloween Planter

October 31st, 2013 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Ahhh gourds and pumpkins,,,a sign of my favorite season!
A birdbath top with a makeshift base. Batta, batta, bing. I wonder if thats how you spell that. Hmm....
My perfectly imperfect concrete birdbath top. I cleaned out the lant that bit the dust with the frost to ready it for the pumpkins, gourds, and other crusty goodies,
Here is my ruffled little metal base. Not sure what it is, but I am sure that it is cool beans. It also works well for a base. Twofer!
Put the two together.
Load with gourds and pumpkins...or whatever suits your fancy.
And there you have it. Happy Halloween to all!
Ahhh gourds and pumpkins,,,a sign of my favorite season!

Ahhh gourds and pumpkins,,,a sign of my favorite season!


I had this pretty little planter outside in the garden for the spring and summer. The purple Heather still had some lifr in it (even after a major frost) so I decided to re-do it for a Falloween touch at the store. Doesn't get any easier than this!

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Comments (4)

CottageElements writes: I love old bird baths without bases. This turned out so festive. LOVE!

Lani Posted: 2:42 pm on November 8th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Wonderful display as always. That ruffled base reminds me of a pie plate, yum Posted: 8:43 am on November 1st
georgiamoon writes: Miss Whitney,
I love that ruffly little base so much! Your planters and centerpieces are always the very very best!!! What a great way to show off your fall colors.
Georgia Posted: 7:15 am on October 31st
JunkArchitect writes: Sue, I love your gourds and how you always have a creative way of displaying them.

HAPPY FALLOWEEN to you too!!!


Posted: 4:59 am on October 31st
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