Condiment Caddy Succulent Planter

Condiment Caddy Succulent Planter

I recently went on a thrifting adventure in Spartanburg, SC- a town not too far from where I live (and where I was recently interviewed for their local paper!). And let me tell you- the thrifting angels were singing from above, because I found future project after future project, driving home with a car load of fun finds. And one of those finds? This darling little vintage condiment caddy.Read more ›

Unique Planters or Wall Planters from Dutch Wooden Shoes

Unique Planters or Wall Planters from Dutch Wooden Shoes

I’ve had a quiet fascination with all things Dutch for most of my life. Between the tulips and the windmills and summering near Holland, Michigan, I suppose it couldn’t be avoided. I also had my own pair of Dutch wooden shoes, and while I no longer have them, I still wanted to upcycle some into wall planters for some front porch decor.Read more ›

30+ Upcycled Garden Decor Project Ideas

30+ Upcycled Garden Decor Project Ideas

It’s no secret that Yard & Garden upcycling projects are some of my favorites- in fact, I’ve made way too many planters, bird baths, and other garden décor pieces to even mention individually!Read more ›

30+ Upcycling Ideas for Garden Planters

30+ Upcycling Ideas for Garden Planters

As an upcycler, I absolutely LOVE incorporating vintage treasures- especially ones in disrepair- into my garden decor. And I am by no means alone- using antiques or secondhand items as garden planters or garden pots is so popular, that big box stores are stocking their shelves with “new made to look old” garden items! But save yourself a trip, head out to your garage or shed, and you may just have the perfect piece to use. Read more ›

Cheery Porch Décor: Vintage Bucket and Salvaged Faucet Planter

Cheery Porch Décor: Vintage Bucket and Salvaged Faucet Planter

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I first noticed bucket and faucet planters (like this one) at a high-end garden shop while on a shopping trip years ago. I thought they were charming…and decided on the spot that I would try and build one myself using vintage and salvaged materials because, well, I’m me! Read more ›