Are you looking for cheap and unique ways to display plants and flowers on Labor Day Weekend? Keep your eyes open for deals on these garden treasures you should always buy behind at the thrift store.
BasketsIt doesn’t matter if they are large, small, or something in between.Grab whatever baskets you can.For decorating purposes, they make great planters if you add a plant dish underneath a container inside.
Vintage CrocksCrocks are another great buy when you are thrifting around.I buy all different sizes too.You can use them for decor.And you can use them as a vessel for plants and flowers.
Dough Bowls Never pass up a good dough bowl.There’s so much you can do with them.From displaying them with faux greens and flowers to potpourri or maybe some candles, vintage wood dough bowls are a great find.
Vintage Tool BoxMakes a great vessel to hold plants and flowers. I've used it as a gorgeous table centerpiece for years!
Metal Pails, Bins and BucketsOld rusty or painted metal pails, bins and buckets make GREAT planter vessels.
Vintage TinsI love pretty vintage cans.They look so pretty displayed on their own.And even better with some plants or flowers in them!
Vintage Watering Cans, Jugs and Milk BottlesThose old metal watering cans are the best, aren’t they?I love how they look among plants and flowers.
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