SNS 136 – link up your Flowers

flower arrangements in creative containers at Funky Junk Interiors



Saturday Nite Special link party via Funky Junk Interiors

Welcome to Saturday Nite Special #136, the multi themed DIY link party! 


* Home Decor / Gardening

 * Crafts, / Sewing / Recipes / Printables / Blog tips

* Theme of the week


Every Fri 7pm  to Sunday 11 pm Pacific.

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Flowers are beautiful in their own right, however when paired up with creative containers, they make for amazing focal points.

flower arrangements in vintage tin vase
Beautiful freshly cut blooms look better tucked inside a vintage lemon puff biscuit tin, wouldn’t you agree?

The deep toned laundry line wheels plus a vintage sewing machine drawer set the stage perfectly to highlight some bright yellow flowers set into a glass jar.

Inspired by Charm on Funky Junk Interiors
How about the planted variety?
 Michael at  Inspired by Charm has you covered there!

A mounted old shelf becomes a vision of wonder with a collection of old funnels and lots and lots of gorgeous flowers in full bloom.


The junker in me gasped when I caught hold of the chicken feeder planter.  Isn’t this the coolest idea?

Oh yes, and then there’s the vintage hanging scale planter…

Isn’t this stunning?

And don’t forget about the  food mill planter. We called this an apple sauce maker when I was a kid.

Simply outstanding, wouldn’t you agree? Thanks Michael!

*** The lucky winner for the 1 year of a magazine giveaway is:


Pat from Corn in my Coffee Pot! 

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1. DIY home projects only pretty please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog.


2. Please link back to the party (text or button) within your post. See BUTTONS under main blog header. Those that link back will have a chance to be featured.


3. Only projects new to SNS please. The themed linkup is an exception.


4. By linking up here, you’re cool with me featuring you on my blog,  Pinterest, Twitter or FJI Facebook with no additional permission required.

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116 thoughts on “SNS 136 – link up your Flowers

  1. Such beautiful flowers and containers. I love to plant flowers in galvanized buckets. There’s something about the bright colors of the flowers against the plain bucket that makes me smile. Indoors, I have an old Stanley thermos that looks really good with cut flowers. Thanks for hosting Donna and for the giveaway chance:-)

  2. I have never heard of this magazine- Where have I been? I don’t sign up for many giveaways but I DO LOVE magazines and have let most of my own expire since I quit working. Anyway, my NEW project is….I junk picked an old enamel stove in pretty decent shape and I have to get it moved around to my patio. I am going to fill pots and pans for the burners with flowers and open the bread warmers and oven and add plants there, too. I hope to do that this weekend. Hope you have a great weekend! xo Diana

  3. Hi, Donna!! My first time on your blog!
    Leanne from Because (I think) I can told me about your blog!
    I bought 2 old kettles to use as planters in a garage sale 2 weeks ago.
    I also bought 3 old pickle jars, but they are BIG, like planters. They have numbers printed on them.
    So these will be planters (hopefully this weekend) too.
    I am not much of a gardner so I thought interesting pots would “save” me, LOL!
    Nice to “meet” you!!!!

  4. I finally got my act together and signed up to follow you through email. I never can keep up on what my favorite bloggers are doing unless it lands in my email. So looking forward to catching up with all your junky goodies. Have a great weekend. -K

  5. Just linked up my post with the snowball blooms in glass bottles nestled in a wood tote sitting in my living room.

    I enjoyed all your creative ideas of things to use as planters and thanks for the opportunity to win Folk magazine.


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