There's more Recipe Pins to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
She uses Pinterest to eat healthier
Join Pinterest to discover all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
50+
billion Pins
to explore
15
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site
  • Glen Burton

    light up plant pots, another pinner had an excellent idea since these are a little pricey, simply buy a pot you like and glow in the dark paint then get to painting!! LOVE DIY as long as it works, will have to try it and find out. Cool idea

  • Jana Jones

    Paint your planters with glow in the dark paint. | 32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius

  • Roberta Dawn

    Cool idea! I want to try this! Garden pots painted with Rustoleum's Glow in the Dark paint.

  • Deb Eilts

    Paint flower pots with Rustoleum's "Glow in the Dark" paint. Absorbs sunlight by day & glows at night !!! Great landscape and gardening idea ! Very cool idea for by the pool

  • Brittney Caletti

    Another cool idea using Rustoleums Glow in the Dark paint. Paint it on pots and set them around the deck or pool. They absorb sunlight during the day and glow at night .. love this! Hanging glowing potted plants... Ouuuu!!

Related Pins

Keep it simple and make a statement outdoors. Layer pots planted with single plants in various hues and textures

THE GARDEN AT THE COW SHED | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

I love this print. Colonial Williamsburg brings back great memories and makes me smile.

OLD CHAIR - staple a piece of vinyl screen to the chair (make sure the screen dips down inside the chair so it can hold a good amount of soil), fill with plants and soil.

Grey walls in the garden, helps the green to really pop!

cedar leaning planters! i'd love 1 (or 3!) to grow a garden of herbs on our lanai. with a bad back, it'd be easier to garden w/o bending. Handmade by my bff's (@Cyndy Andrews Ristucci husband! $39

Genius website! Great blend of thriller, filler, spiller, using cannas as the tallest.

It is beginning to like like every decorating problem can be solved by using pallets. This potting area is a very good example. It is an el cheepo solution to many decorating problems, provides inexpensive materials for anyone on a tight budget, forces those creative brain cells into action, adds rustic appeal, and re-purposes instead of throwing away. Win, win.

Girly style shed-green & pink accents - I wonder what Steve would do if I'd paint his building pretty...

DIY upside-down tomato planter, with milk jug, chopstick & water bottle!