Two Level Flower Planter

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Finally, I have found the time to show you what I did with my thrifted pot and wash pan.
I turned them into a two level flower planter.
 I knew I wanted to keep them in their original state, so I can use them down the road for other things.

I offset the smaller pot as far to the back of the dishpan as I could get it.  It helped give it more interest and give it an asymmetrical look. 

And I found just the perfect spot for it on my front porch.

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  1. says

    It looks wonderful Dawn! Really beautiful flowers! I am just starting to put flowers outside now…Spring is finally here! Have a wonderful week! Angie xo

  2. says

    Dawn, your flowers looks beautiful in your enamel pots! Hope I can find some soon!

  3. says

    Dawn, that turned out really cute. It is fun to put those kinds of things together…they look more important than they would just setting alone. Perfect for the porch- xo Diana

  4. says

    Beautiful! Another great idea! I love all of the flowers You chose to put in them too and the wood box that they are setting on.

    • says

      I am so glad you could come by and link up to Rustic restorations Weekend! Hope your internet trouble is over for good!

  5. says

    Love those pots Dawn. I have the same large one and almost did the same. I used my picnic basket instead.

  6. says

    beautiful, and a wonderful trash to treasure example too. Hugs and wishes for a week filled with happy!

  7. says

    What a fantastic idea. Love the vintage find and the flower colors are so beautiful! We’d love for you to share this project on our Outdoor Extravaganza!

  8. says

    Beautiful! The pots make a wonderful planter, and your flowers are so pretty, I’m visiting from Rustic Restorations Weekend Linky I’m now a follower!

  9. says

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