Welcome Fresh Living viewers! We are thrilled to have you! We always love having the opportunity to be on Fresh Living and this time was no different. We took on the challenge of finding fun ways to spruce up potted plants. Summer is in full swing, and there are lots of summer blooming flowers. Plus, it’s so great to bring some green in the house. We’ve got some quick, easy, and inexpensive potted plant ideas!
Then I just busted out a bronze colored Sharpie and hand drew a herringbone pattern and a simple geometric pattern (aka: triangles) on the pots. And believe me, I am no artist! These are easier than drawing a stick figure family :).
Ta-da! Most definitely not perfect, but pretty all the same! (See the original post HERE.)
These next pots use two types of clothespins and tin cans from the pantry.
We used a little larger can for this one, and they just slip over the can. If you would like to paint it, we found it easiest to first spray paint the can, then add the clothes pins and spray paint them.
Last, we put together these simple succulent bowls for my entry table. (Check out my whole entry and planked wall tutorial HERE.) These are glass bowls from the Dollar Store with pebbles from the Dollar Store. Start by pouring a layer of pebbles in the bottom of the bowl, then potting soil and add the succulent! (The pebbles allow for draining.)
What do you think? Ready to rummage up those Sharpies and boring pots? YES!
UPDATE: See the Fresh Living tv segment HERE!
If you’re new around here, we’d love to connect! Check us out on Facebook, Instagram (HERE) & (HERE), and Pinterest for lots of inspiration and behind the scenes fun as we paint, craft, re-finish, and decorate all on a small budget!
Also, there’s still time to enter to win a $25 GIFT CERTIFICATE to The Wood Connection-just click HERE for the Rafflecopter to enter to win! Have a great summer day!