PJ 324 – 140+ plants in junk ideas!
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I hope you are enjoying the beautiful spring weather!
I couldn’t resist celebrating spring in a slightly different way this weekend, after spotting some pretty creative ways to display live flowers and plants!
I think you’ll agree with me, this is one of the prettiest posts you’ll ever see… because junk just gets better with pretty greens and blooms.
Plants in Salvaged Junk
Farmers Market vintage crate for flowers, by Adirondack Girl At Heart
She had me at crate… but follow it up with a cool stencil of choice and flowers, this one needs to come home with me!
Barn wood box for ferns, by Refresh Restyle
Is there anything more beautiful than delicate fern branches?
Why, yes there is. Delicate fern branches in bottles inside a DIY barn wood box, to be exact! Great tutorial!
Tulips in jars 10 minute centrepiece, by Finding Home
Grouping flowers in jars is not only fast and easy, the impact speaks for itself!
Botanical Farmhouse Mantel | Free Spring Printable, by Cherished Bliss
Don’t walk… RUN to this post, and drool when you see this entire display on top of a… you’ll never guess. 🙂
Conveyer belt flower buckets, by My Salvaged Treasures
Be still my rust lovin’ heart… it’s true! Rust CAN get better… with flowers added.
Ireland in a mason jar, by Sadie Seasongoods
Next time I run away to Maui, I’m bringing it home in a jar! But I can’t imagine it turning out as adorable as mossy rolling hills from Ireland.
Vintage jello mould toadstools in a crate, by Organized Clutter
I want mushroom clutter this adorably organized in a crate! Bonus if it doesn’t die, which makes this even more special.
MASON JAR PEDESTAL VASES by Dandelion Patina
What improves a mason jar you ask? Pedestal it! Great tutorial!
Early bloomers in wooden crate, by Karin Urban – Natural Style
One very sweet, vintage inspired planter, at your service!
Reclaimed scrap wood window box for a mantel, by Funky Junk Interiors
Because scrap wood has a limelight place in this world too!
Other cool junk from last weekend
Reclaimed wood barn gate, by Knick of Time
Once you see where this awesome wood came from, you’ll be toting your hammer along wherever you picnic… 🙂
A DIY POTTING BENCH FROM A METAL GRATE, by Homeroad
Dear Susan, how did you know I need one of these? Now to find a metal grate equally as cool as yours!
Love that this could be made for outside so it wouldn’t rot.
Repurposed Vintage Sieve Bird Feeder, by Thrifty Rebel Vintage
Absolutely bird junkin’ genius!
So, what did you make this past week?
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9 thoughts on “PJ 324 – 140+ plants in junk ideas!”
Plants & Junk…two of my favorite things!! Thank you for the feature- will share this weekend!
Everything looks great in rusty junk, and plants are no exception!
Thanks for the feature, Donna!
Thank you Donna for PJ 324. Always appreciated.
I couldn’t agree more! Junk gets so much better with a pop of color and some soft greenery. Thanks, Donna, for featuring my rusty industrial conveyor belt buckets.
Oh boy Donna, it seems I had a bunch of planter posts, so I hope I didn’t over-due my welcome here!!! LOl!!!!!! Thanks for the partayyyyyy!!!!
Thanks so much for the awesome feature, Donna! Hope you have a terrific week-end 🙂
Love all the ideas Donna! Thanks for featuring my barn wood box filled with ferns! Have a great weekend!
I love this round up, beautiful features! In fact I had one to fit the theme this week, how fun is that! Thanks for hosting Donna!
Love all the plant junk! Everything looks better when it’s made out of awesome junk. Thanks so much for featuring my birdfeeder!