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Friday, June 22

Goodwill 99cent Planter Redo


Okay now! So as promised, I am back with part two of todays projects!  Oh so much fun!! However, I’m going to keep this one short and simple!!  So I'm sharing another great Thrift store find, lightweight metal’ish, tin kinda, cute bones Pedestal container..99cents!!  Shut your Mouth!

I swear to you,  all I could see when I looked at this was it painted White with some beautiful little pink blooms planted in it!!










Friends, I was so excited, I completely forgot to take a before picture.  As you can see I had already started painting it when I remembered. At least you get an idea of what it was.
So, 2 coats of my Behr sample size chalk paint, under $3.00 now when you order it online through Home Depot!!  A hammer and a nail to put 3 drainholes in the bottom of it. (Otherwise your plant's roots will rott and your plants die) New knowledge to me! 

I grabbed this cute little Carnation and a couple Impatients from a six pack I had and dog gone it doesn’t it just look like that was exactly what it was made for?  I had a blast doing this!! Just sharing the steps with you, so you can pick up a 99 cent special, too, and make it into something special for you!!  If you haven't already, Please take a minute to go over and "Like" my facebook page... Lots more pictures from all the projects there!! Thank you for joining me and Many Blessings to you all!!


47 comments:

  1. Okay! This is cute, too! Wouldn't have thought of this idea! I probably would have put fake flowers back in it. Sad, I know... which is why it was meant for you!

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    1. I'm with you Leslie, I wouldn't have thought of this either, but it looks amazing.

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  2. Really cute planter! I like how you transformed it into something special. Shopping at Goodwill is the best...so much inspiration to be had there. Visiting from Redoux, so happy to be now following! :-)
    Sharla

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  3. Lovely little job! She turned out perfect. Visiting from At the Picket Fence. Would love it if you would share this post at my Make it Pretty Monday at The Dedicated House. http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com Wishing you a grand weekend. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicateHouse

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    1. Hey, Kathryn, Thanks so much for your kind words and hopping over!!
      Heading over to your blog now!!! Hugs,
      ~Theresa.

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  4. Just left your house a few hours ago and Have to say that it was worth the wait to see your finished projects ... still thought the pot was ceramic .... not metal ....WOW

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  5. Super cute :) Thanks for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday!

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    1. Thanks for Hosting, Courtney! I always love coming back to your page to see what you've been up to..I;m glad you liked it!

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous! Happy pink Saturday.

    Come and see my PINK entry, when you get a chance, thanks!

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  7. Wow, that's cool!

    Visiting for Pink Saturday- hope you can stop by..

    http://www.sweetposh.info/2012/06/pink-swimsuit.html

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    1. Thank you so much for you very kind words and hopping on over to this project!!

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  9. Sharing with "Bloom!" here: http://bloomdesignsonline.blogspot.com/2012/06/all-about-bloom-link-party_20.html

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  10. I am so glad that you shared your talent with us at The "Sunday Stop" Party! I love to spend close to nothing and have something BIG to show for it and you certainly did just that in this pot!!! I did not know that about the roots needing drainage so thank you for the info as well. Hugs and have a great Sunday!
    Bj

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    1. Thanks Bj!! I'm so glad you liked them!! Thanks for hosting the Party!
      Yeah, like I said, just found that info about the roots recently...Needed to know, before I killed anymore plants..Haha..
      Hugs, ~
      Theresa

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  11. Every bit as cute as I bet you imagined it. What a great idea for those great deals on ugly old containers. I didn't know there was a Behr chalk paint. Do they sell it in the stores at all, do you know? Found your post at Joy 2 Journey. I'm following you now. I hope you'll stop over for a visit to Quirky Vistas when you have time and follow as well.
    Liz

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    1. Thanks, Liz!! No they don't sell it any of the stores only on-line. Even then they don't call it Chalkpaint. You have to look under paint samples "chalk" and then you've got it!! I was very lucky to have found it!
      I'll definitely pop over to Quirky Vistas to check it out!! Thanks again!
      ~Theresa.

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    2. Thanks for coming by and for taking the time to say hello and follow!
      Liz

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  12. Well if this isn't creative what is! So clever! :)

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  13. You totally refreshed it and gave it a new life. Very cute!

    Jennifer @ decorated chaos
    http://decoratedchaos.blogspot.com

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  14. Great makeover! You made it pretty all over again!

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  15. great find awesome job reporposing

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  16. Perfect! And Beautiful! And very very thrifty, lol!
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    God bless..Trish xx

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    1. you guys are all so wonderfully supportive!! Your kind words
      mean more than you'll ever know to me!!
      Thank you and Many Blessing to you all!
      Thanks Trish!
      ~Theresa.

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  17. I love your shoestring mentality. Such a pretty planter for very little money! I hope you will share this on TUTORIAL TIPS AND TIDBITS!!!

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    1. Thanks so much Yvonne! I will definitely do that
      See ya there!

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  18. Sa-weet Find! I love thrift shopping too!
    JoAnn
    sweetpepperrose.blogspot.com

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  19. So cute! I thought it was ironstone! thanks for linking up to Vintage Inspiration

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  20. Love the after! Isn't it amazing what a coat or 2 of paint will do to transform an object? Thanks so much for sharing on Tout It Tuesday! Hope to see you next week.

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  21. Wow, great job it looks terrific! xo

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  22. I love it! And the flowers look great! Thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party.

    Holly

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  23. That turned out great! Thanks for linking up to "Strut Your Stuff Saturday!" We hope to see you again! -The Sisters

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  24. I love makeovers like this!! It looks great!! Saw you at Gina's newbie spotlight :)

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  25. Love this idea!! Come link up to Centerpiece Wednesday and share you idea with us!

    Karin

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    1. Thanks for the invitation Karin!!! All linked up!!
      I appreciate all the beautiful comments here!!
      YOU ARE ALL SO INCREDIBLY WONDERFUL TO ME!!!!
      With all my heart, I thank you and pray you all Many Blessings!
      ~Theresa.

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  26. Theresa,
    You are too kind :) Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    Karin

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  27. It did turn out beautiful and the flowers are a perfect match.
    Visiting from the Shabby Creek Cottage. :)

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  28. I love this planter... it looks fantastic!!!!



    Thank you for linking up to the ALL STARS BLOCK PARTY!!!

    Carri
    simplydonewright.blogspot.com

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  29. This is just perfect. Your flowers look so lovely planted in your painted planter! Have a beautiful weekend!! Best Wishes, Bobbie

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  30. so very cute and it's darling with the plants inside! love it!!! thanks so much for linking up to Fishtail Cottage's Garden party this week! xoxo, tracie

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  31. You are so clever! That is a great tip about adding the holes at the bottom too-I didn't know that! Thanks so much for sharing this post at my Say G'day linky party! Thanks also for adding my button to your sidebar-I really appreciate it!

    This week's linky is now live and I am very excited to invite you to a Social media linky party that I will be hosting on July 14. The details are all at the blog if you would like to join in.

    Best wishes for a wonderful weekend,
    Natasha in Oz

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  32. PS I just gave this post a +1 on Google +!

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  33. It takes a good eye to see the potential! Turned out well and the pink flowers are perfect for it! Thanks so much for sharing on Busy Monday at A Pinch of Joy. Hope to see you again soon!

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  34. I love this, and absolutely love the price (my kind of shopping)! Your project turned out ADORABLE! Thanks for sharing the tidbit about the roots rotting as well...I knew that drainage was needed, but I didn't know that particular bit...so THANKS!!! Thanks for linking up with us @ Toot Your Horn Tuesday as well, and looking forward to what you share with us next!

    Erin

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  35. Really cool!
    Thanks so much for joining the French party! Come back on Mondays!
    XO

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