It started when I saw this picture at a linky party and I pinned it on Pinterest to put it on my to do list....
A few weeks later browsing through Target on my lunch break I ran across some pink pots that were on sale for 70% off. The pots were originally $2.50 in the dollar section and were reduced to $0.75...I couldn't resist! I even grabbed a teal birdhouse to add to the mix which I got for only $0.30--SCORE!
I decided because these pots weren't as heavy as clay pots and I would use a 4' steel garden stake rather than a piece of rebar, which I purchased from Lowe's for $1.98.
First I had my husband drill a hole in the bottom of each pot with the 3/4" hole-cutting attachment that we used in this post.
I had my two year old daughter Kennedy help with stamping on white polka-dots and let them dry over night.
The next day I started with the large pot and started to string the posts through their holes like so....
The second pot set down inside the first one and the rest of the posts would sit on the rim of the pot below it....
I filled each pot with soil as I assembled the entire planter and added Wave petunias as well.
I absolutely love my Topsy Turvy Madd Planter!
- Pots - $.75 ea.
- Soil - $ 1.98
- 4' Steel Garden Stake - $1.98
- Flowers - $7.96
- Teal Birdhouse - $0.30
- Spanish Moss - $2.98
Not bad huh?!