June 14, 2017

Easy Coffee Can Planter

Easy Coffee Can Planter

Easy Coffee Can Planter

Sometimes you need a planter of a certain colour to fit in with your theme.

Planters can be expensive and you can't always find the colour you want.

Easy Coffee Can Planter

Save some empty coffee cans, remove the labels, wash, and then spray paint.

Coffee Can Planter

I wanted a patriotic theme of red and white.

The bandanas were used instead of ribbons tied around the cans.

Coffee Can Planter

A rust paint was used in red and white.

Easy Coffee Can Planter

Once the paint dries, add some stones for drainage in the bottom of the cans, add dirt and plant.

That's it.  An easy and cost effective way of coordinating your plants and planters.

Easy Coffee Can Planter

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Jeanie said...

That is SUCH a cute, easy, inexpensive way to make something quite wonderful! It looks so festive with all your Maple Leaves! Very nice.

Barbara Windle said...

Thank you, Jeannie.

Leanna - Of Faeries and Fauna said...

This is a great idea, I love the bandana idea. Happy 150th.

Barbara said...

Thanks, Leanna

Amber Harrop said...

Very cute tin and I love the fact you have both Flags :)

Barbara said...

Thank you, Amber.

Grammie O Morris said...

Love your idea and I love the mix of Canadian and American Flags. How wonderful to celebrate two nations who are right next door to each other and celebrate birthdays just days apart. This is so cute. Thank you for this great idea.

Barbara Windle said...

Thank you. Have a wonderful weekend.

Angelique Ouellette-Tower said...

This fun post is a GARDEN feature on the July You're the STAR blog hop: http://www.godsgrowinggarden.com/2017/07/youre-star-week1-garden-july-2017.html

Barbara Windle said...

This is wonderful. Thank you so much for featuring my post.