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    • Brandie Sherman

      A metal wash tub planter on old sewing machine base. Maybe I need to dig up some hosts for planters next year.

    • Misty Riley

      Hostas in a galvanized tub. / I think I pinned this already, but I have my grandmother's old sewing machine base and would love to do this!

    • Michael-Jamie Hill

      Galvanized tub on old sewing machine base @Pamela Culligan Culligan Culligan Hichens Brown. Maybe for that special hosta.

    • Susan Hodson

      tub planter on old sewing machine base; great for trailing plants... Jen...note base for your garden

    • Robyn Kershner

      Cool..I have 2 of these...great idea. Plant stand. Old sewing machine base and galvanized washtub.

    • Sweet Home Quilt Co.

      HOME & GARDEN: Recycle an old sewing machine base and galvanized tub - great for a porch planter

    • Katherine Thon

      I love this planter, blog has great ideas for outdoor decorating.

    • Beth Roberts

      Very clever, wash tub on an old sewing machine base. Love it.

    • Patti Rowlson

      Old sewing machine base and galvanized tub - cool idea.

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