And it struck me like teen Disney stars hit medians..."there is an old ladder in the basement." After I did my little heel click, I ran to go get her. She was all raggedy and worn in her old age - just like I hope to be one day.
Then came the issue of the pots. I had a bunch leftover from a church event that I decorated - the theme was 'Names of God'. We stamped "BREAD OF LIFE", "CREATOR" etc. At first I wanted to do "STUD MUFFIN" and "ULTIMATE HOMEBOY" but we couldn't actually find where it said that in the Bible. It's gotta be in there somewhere. Note to self - read Bible more. The leftover painted pots meant the only cost was the plants and some exterior paint. SCORE.
So with the ever helpful instructions that Sherry posted (I know what you're gonna say - Katie, shutup about TYH already. I really should but I just can't. They are still in third folks. Please go vote for them - future fab home improvements are on the line here peeps! Dontcha realize your vote is investing in the future!) about painting pots, I got to it. I chose a pale green, pale pink and pale yellow. Yes, it is like a baby shower exploded.
And now for my grand reveal of my ladder plant stand (hold your breath, it'll be more dramatic that way!) -
I really like it even with it's 'too-sweet-for-bunnies' feel. And the thing is...our deck is pretty crappy. So it definitely draws the eye away from the ugly structure and to the plants with it's easter-just-became-every-day color palette.
And because I could help but take some close ups - everybody loves a macro :)
So there you have it...one free plant stand. So how bouts it? What do you use as a plant supporter...have any unique potting methods? I saw this one using old cans & knew that you would love it. (Hi Kim!!!) And if you wanna holla out your cool-as-the-tundra plant stand ideas or potting ideas, please don't be shy!