Farmhouse Friday: farmhouse flower gardens

Farmhouse Friday: farmhouse flower gardens

I love the look of a farmhouse flower garden. You know the kind- the ones that feature old junk in a creative display?

For today’s Pinterest roundup, I’d like to share some of my favorite farmhouse flower beds. I think you’ll enjoy these as much as I have.

Greenest Way

How pretty is this sweet little wheelbarrow with all these beautiful flowers growing in them? Now I need to find a pretty old wheelbarrow so I can make this.

Onechitecture

There’s something so simple about this old rusty pulley and bucket that I just love. Those white blossoms look great with it, too.

Pinterest

Who wants to give me an old, rusty wash tub? I just love this floral arrangement.

Funky Junk

I thought this old tool box just looked really cool as a flower box.

So there you have it- don’t throw away that rusty junk in your basement. Put it in your yard and incorporate it into your landscape.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Make something Monday: Spanish moss topiaries

Make something Monday: Spanish moss topiaries

I really like the look of moss topiaries but I don’t like how much they cost. Thankfully, you can DIY them pretty cheaply.

I went to “blue big box store that starts with a ‘w'” and bought the things you see above. I also collected two sticks from my yard (not pictured).

I then painted the outside of the terra cotta pots with white chalk paint.

I painted them on the inside, too.

Then I glued a little styrofoam ball to the bottom of the pot and shoved one of the sticks from the yard into it. This forms your topiary base.

I covered the “base” by gluing Spanish moss to it until it was well covered.

I then took two more styrofoam balls, glued Spanish moss to them, and attached them to the top of the sticks.

There you have it. Two farmhouse inspired moss topiaries for less than $20.

Cheap, easy and cute- my favorite type of craft.

Have a great week!

Make it Monday: DIY Spring Wreath

Make it Monday: DIY Spring Wreath

I really wanted to create a cute, simple spring wreath, but I didn’t want to spend a fortune on it. I did some digging and found a grapevine wreath I already had, plus some Dollar Tree flowers left over from a birthday party.

I quickly arranged the flowers at the side of the wreath, by crossing the stems.

I then added a wooden letter, repurposed from another project, to balance out the flowers.

I then added a bow to cover the stems and floral wire.

I created this wreath using almost all repurposed materials from my own stash. Total cost? $8, for the ribbon.

Not bad, huh? What spring projects have you created lately?

Make it Monday: mason jar succulent planter

Make it Monday: mason jar succulent planter

Now that spring is in the air, I find myself wanting to make lots of floral and nature-themed crafts. I recently acquired some tiny mason jars and was itching to make Something with them.

I spotted these succulent picks at Dollar Tree and knew exactly what I wanted to do.

I got out a block of floral foam and cut it the same size as the jar.

Then, I used some white chalk paint to paint the jar white.

I then inserted the floral foam into the jar.

Then, I just inserted the floral pick into the foam, and glued moss on the foam to hide it.

I’m loving how cute and simple this is. The perfect amount of farmhouse charm!

What floral crafts have you done lately?