Spring Flowers in Repurposed Metal Containers

5:00:00 AM

As I sit here on a snow day in March watching
the snow pile up on the foot of snow we already have...

Spring Flowers in Repurposed Metal Containers www.homeroad.net

I'm ready for Spring!


And since there are no flowers to be seen outside,
I've decided to bring Spring inside by creating
some flower arrangements in unexpected vases.

A while back I showed you how I transformed some 
old metal pockets by giving them a shiny new coat of paint...

Spring Flowers in Repurposed Metal Containers www.homeroad.net

Today I'm filling them with flowers for a burst of Spring.

I cut a styrofoam ball in quarters and hot glued one of 
the pieces into the bottom of this metal pocket.

I cut lengths of faux flower stems 
and arranged them in the pocket. I covered the stems
and the edges with a little sphagnum moss as filler.

Spring Flowers in Repurposed Metal Containers www.homeroad.net

Spring Flowers in Repurposed Metal Containers www.homeroad.net

And I didn't stop there... 
Vintage coffee pots and tea pots were also filled 
with beautiful faux flowers. The small bouquets
they sell at Michael's look almost like the real thing.

Spring Flowers in Repurposed Metal Containers www.homeroad.net

Spring Flowers in Repurposed Metal Containers www.homeroad.net

Vintage metal pots are inexpensive and available 
at local thrift stores.

Spring Flowers in Repurposed Metal Containers www.homeroad.net

Love them.


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2 comments

  1. Love this idea. So pretty!!

    Have a wonderfully blessed weekend...
    Sherri

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  2. Such a great idea to make to the real Spring....at least until we can get flowers growing outside...thanks for the idea.

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