Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Fall Porch Planter Decor

Another thrift store find gets a makeover!
This is an easy transformation. 
It started with this old wooden planter.

I added a coat of paint
[used Americana Decor multi-purpose satin acrylic 
in Pumpkin Patch]
and sprayed it with a clear matte sealer.

Then I transferred this typography printable from 
using the freezer paper transfer method.
Typography Transfer Printable Cape Cod Cranberries
It looks grainy, because the wood is far from smooth, 
and I didn't sand it because I wanted to keep its rustic look.

Then I planted two mini pepper plants, bacopa, and a small palm.

If you look closely, I also added small pine cones and
 faux cranberry stems,
 because after all, the planter says 
"Cape Cod Cranberries."

This planter now sits on top of my garden stand on our front porch, 

above my Halloween sign.
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  1. That wooden planter was a score! And I LOVE the makeover you gave it! Perfect for your Halloween sign. :)

  2. It's amazing what you done with your pretty planter. Great inspiration! Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty

  3. Very cute decor! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Oh what a great piece to find and love what you did with it! Featuring when my party opens up tonight.

  5. This is just gorgeous I love what you did to bring fall to your front step. Thank you so much for adding it to The Sunday Social.

  6. So pretty pretty pretty! I love your eye for color. Pinned twice!
    Sinea from Ducks n a Row

  7. Great makeover on your planter, looks quite fetching with plants and above the Halloween sign which is so cute .Will go look at other projects you teased us with. Have lovely Fall rest of week


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