Today started out wet and cloudy after a full day of rain yesterday. It finally cleared late this afternoon and I promptly went out do get started on a fun container garden I've been wanting to get to.
One of the very first estate sales Boz and I went to this spring was located on an old farm. The property consisted of the house, a huge barn with greenhouse and a very large chicken coop. By the size of it one could only imagine that they raised chickens for meat and eggs as part of their farm business.
I didn't have much on my list that day but one thing I hoped to find was an antique/vintage chicken feeder. I was actually more excited to check out the chicken coop more than the house! Lady luck was with me because it's the first thing I saw and bought. I don't need it for feeding my girls. I wanted one to use as a planter!
Pansies seem to be more popular than ever this year and I can see why. They have the cutest little faces and come in the prettiest variety of colors too.
Now it's spilling over with pansies and the girls are going no where near it!
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What a great idea! I love using non-planters for planters :D x
I love this idea! Looks great!
Very fun redo!
How cute this is. Love it..
Over from Brambleberry...:)
I have NO idea how I have missed your weekly Farmgirl party but you can bet I will be linking up some down-on-the-farm cookin' soon. Taking your button to my sidebar as a reminder...:) thanks.
I love your flowers! I am new from southern charm! I would love for you to check out my blog and hopefully follow me back! Nicole
That is such a cute idea! That estate sale sounds like a dream come true for me :)
What a cute, cute idea! Perfect for us chicken-lovin' gals! :)
Great planter,very clever.
Came by to link to Farmgirl Fri...can't find it, tho...:(
Be back later...:)
Oh, the cute pansies! I hope they'll look lively again because you're right—they look droopy. Looking forward to your updates with regards to this post. Have a great day!
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