Friday, May 16, 2014

Framed succulents

Short and sweet ... don't know who had this idea first but it was a good one. Vintage plastic frames are perfect for planting.  This one is now hanging outside Town Square Antique Mall in Douglas, GA.   It won't take too long before it is fuller and then it will be beautiful.   The most difficult part is cutting the chicken wire and the hardware cloth because of the sharp ends.  I cussed yelled "ouch !" a couple of times while putting it together.
Visiting with Beverlys' Pink Saturday.  Stop by to see lots of pretty pink.
Thank you for your visit and your sweet comments !  I always try to return comments and follows.  Until next time, ya'll beee sweet (())

8 comments:

Debbie said...

OK... Never in a zillion years would I have thought of that. It is a wonderful idea!!

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

I love it! So clever and unique.

LV said...

What an unusual idea and so unique. Been around a long time, but that is a new one on me.

RobinfromCA said...

I saw this on Pinterest and thought it was wonderful! I'm glad to see someone do it and have such a wonderful result! The pink frame is perfect!
Happy Pink Saturday!
Robin

Alycia Nichols said...

I've never seen anything like this, but I think it's really pretty. I could only imagine how difficult it must be to assemble it. Chicken wire is a booger to work with!!!

Very pretty! Hope you heal up soon! (Visiting from Pink Saturday)

Annesphamily said...

What a sweet idea. I love it! You come up with such creative ideas. Great pink!

whatamberloves.com said...

This is beautiful! It's charming and whimsical and ALIVE! Great job!

Sarah K. said...

Shut the front door, you're from Georgia! Me too! I'm in Covington. Nice to meet another Georgian who loves minis. :)