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  • Kate Carmody

    Tiered flower planters with house number. Cute idea!

  • Rosio Werthmann

    Positively Splendid Crafts, Sewing, Recipes and Home Decor: Polka-Dotted Tiered Planters garden

  • Christina Daniel Helm

    Polka dotted tiered planters - house number painted on.Perfect for the front porch.

  • Heather Mays

    Painted flower pots. love the house number idea.

  • Shanna Scurlock

    Polka-Dotted Tiered Planters | Positively Splendid {Crafts, Sewing, Recipes and Home Decor} Going on my front porch!!

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Pots with house numbers. This would be so easy and would look great on the front by the door. Could also be changed easily and inexpensively. Now to decide what to plant.

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Chair Planter . I have done this but not with such a sturdy chair.

I'm loving this idea (minus the bird bath) for our herb garden. I'm thinking of painting the pots the color we are painting the kitchen so it all ties in.

35 Cool Vintage-Looking Garden Pots, used items like this last year for my plants, they do get very hot in the southern heat so you need to make sure to water well & plants that are part shade are better !

Birdbath Planter: 1-8″ terracotta pot for the base; 4-6″ pots; 1-4″ pot to place above the base; 62 inch piece of rebar; Plastic bowl. Spray paint of your choosing (Valspar is the one used in this pic.).

I like the way that looks, if I had an indoor garden room and no small kids. ha!

Pebble flower pot 1. Use small tin pail. Make drain holes in the bottom. 2. Next, apply base (we used interior ready-made mortar). Apply about 0.4-0.6 mm thick 3. Place the mesh grid. Push it a little to the mix to help stones sit evenly across the surface. Begin laying stones. 4. When you have placed the stones around the whole surface, let it dry completely. 5. After dry, mix grout to fill the holes between the stones. Remove excess grout after drying by using washcloth soaked in water.

spray painted pots... could be for holding anything...

Will be needing a splash of spring color, and love the use of the stacked pots & the stenciled house numbers. {Lots of fun stuff on this site}

HAVE to have this! Hmmm . . . this may be my hubby's first project when he retires in a few months!