Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Flowers That Never Fade...

Yet another visit to one of my previous JunkMarket Style posts.  I'm still dreaming of Spring here in MN.  Can't wait to get those pots filled on the porch :)

We all have "gifts" right? Well, sadly gardening and maintaining plants is not one of mine. I try every year and every year at some point they start to look pretty sad. So if you're like me, here's a very simple idea to brighten up those poor little pots...

This easy project doesn't need much explanation...fork, faucet handle, vintage earring and a little Gorilla Super Glue is all you need...

And nestled in here...



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  1. Hi Laurel -
    Very cute and very clever. I am waiting for Spring to arrive here too in PA. :)
    My best- Diane

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  3. I just love these. A little bling in the garden would make my flowers happy :)!

  4. What a fun and cute idea. Cleverness at its best. This would be a fun little project for kiddos to do. Give them the things to work with and let them create. Thanks for the idea of blinging up our plants.

  5. Those are so stinkin cute!!!! Love them...I am always looking for things to put in my pots!

  6. These are what I have been saving my 3 or 4 faucet handles for!! I thought it was to use them to make a cross...need a few more for that! They might have to be flowers instead. These are great, Laurel!

  7. These are SO cute! Adds so much to the flowerpots (which hopefully we can actually plant SOON)!

  8. LOVE your garden flowers! Very creative!

  9. Again...so cute and smart! I really love your ideas...
    therefore gonna pass on the Versatile Blogger Award to you! I was given the award by a fellow blogger. If you'd like, post 7 things about yourself and then pass the award along to some other blogger/s...
    Have a great day
    ~ Jill

  10. What a cute idea! Hope you don't mind, but I think I might steel this idea...
    Thanks again

  11. Great idea! I can't wait until I can get out & plant some flowers!

  12. These are so adrable, what fun! Thanks so much to linking up to Beyond The Picket Fence.

  13. Hi Laurel, This is a very creative use of these vintage handles. They look lovely in the garden!
    ~ Julie

  14. Great idea... and a fun project for the G-Kids and I to do together!

    Dawn... The Bohemian

  15. Wow! These are the cutest things ever!


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