Bundt pan planter


I have a file on my computer called, 'To be Blogged' and it is full of pictures of projects that I never got around to blogging about because either the project itself didn't turn out, or else because I felt like it wasn't good enough to share.  As I was cleaning out my picture files the other day, I realized that there were some good projects in the mix that I felt I should probably share with you, 
such as this cute Bundt Pan Planter.



Cute, Right?
I don't know why I am so critical of myself sometimes. Last spring I felt like this project wasn't good enough to share, but this year I feel like I have a new outlook on blogging, it's no longer about if I'm good enough, or if I think you'll love it, or if it's going to get the most pins, or whatever, because none of that really matters. Instead, this year is about Creating and Sharing. That's it. If you like it, you like it.  If you don't, you don't. But I'm just going to keep doing my thing that I love the most, Creating!


So I had bought a few little pots of sweet white flowers and planted them in a blue bundt pan.  I found the bundt pan at a thrift store a few years ago. Thrift stores always seem to have a few of these pans sitting on their shelves. Well probably not if you go looking for one, Right? I never seem to find that 'one particular thing' that I'm looking for at a thrift store, so it's usually best to just go to browse the thrift stores, and I say, if you do come across one of these pans, pick it up.  I have a few around our home serving different purposes. There is even one in our bathroom holding toiletries.  
If you don't find a colored one, you can always spray paint it. 

 I love to bring plants into our home this time of year, they really help to make our home feel fresh and cheerful.

Thank you for stopping by,


Emily



10 comments

  1. That's adorable! Perfect for this time of year. :)

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  2. I absolutely love this! Share away!

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  3. Same reason I haven't blogged in 9 months ��! But I am happy you are blogging to brighten my day...adorable!

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  4. Cute idea! As I've never actually made a bundt cake I think this would be a way better use of a my bundt pan... and love the color. I'll have to break out the spray paint and do this for spring, perhaps next winter with narcissus!
    ~Chris

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    1. That's a great idea! Could easily find an expensive bundt pan at the thrift store and spray paint! Love it.

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  5. Seriously adorable! Pinning so I can recreate it in the spring!

    Angela from Number Fifty-Three

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  6. Adorable! What a fun why to add a houseplant to brighten a room.

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  7. LOVE!! The color is FAB! I have a vintage orange one hanging on my wall in the kitchen!

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  8. Really great idea! Congrats on your feature at Moonlight and Mason Jars! Pinning and liking on Facebook.

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  9. First of all, love it! Second, did you drill holes for drainage or put rocks in the bottom? I got one about this color for .50 ttoday and was thinking about a mini herb garden.

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