Spring Outdoor Living Space Collab- Whimsical Herb Planter

Last week I participated in a Spring Outdoor Living Space Collab and since our weather outside is so fickle, I had to create something for my outdoor space.A friend tagged me in a Facebook post with some beautiful artwork.There was pictures of outdoor wall art of faces and behind the wall art was floral flowers or trees growing that made the image look like hair was growing from the head.

I began to think of ways that I could implement this idea in my outdoor space.Starting off with an old vintage pew seat, I had my husband draw a beautiful image on it and I used craft paint to color the image.Next, I added a flower pot on the back that I will add some herbs too and as it grows it’ll appear as hair is growing from her head.

Check out the video below to see how it turned out.

Nicole

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Vintage Huffy Annual Garden Planter

Project 2 complete and I am absolutely excited and in love with the way it turned out.  I found the planter for the back wheel at Aldi.  There were about 8 of these planters left and I was astonished that they were still there. The price was absolutely amazing!!!  I’ve picked up 4 so far…  😉

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The front basket is attached to the handlebars and inside the basket I placed a cute summer purse.  Found it at Target the other night in the Dollar Spot.  I had to snatch it up because I wasn’t sure what to put on the handlebars at the time.

At the time of this pic I the bike was being held up be two cinder blocks on the front tire.  Last night we had a bad storm and my vintage bike turned mountain bike.  It was leaning over on it’s side.  Once the rain let up my husband and I added cinder blocks to the back tire and another to the front.  Since it’s still early in the season the cinder blocks are visible.  Once my lillies, fern and hibiscus fill in the cinder blocks won’t be visible. 

We’ve been so busy gardening this year, but we always have so much fun seeing the yard revolve into our outdoor living space.   

Nicole

Helping Moms power on faith, Tune-In to family life, Flip through to do list, Turnip in the garden & tell you what’s on the Menu. Nicole is a wife, mother of 3 and a Chorkie. Blogging and vlogging about the things that she enjoys in life, her family, cooking, gardening, decorating, planning, crafts/diy, thrifting, giving roadside finds new life and more.

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