Planter Refresh for Winter

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Are your fall planters looking like they have seen better days?

After hurricane Sandy and some really cold nights….
we need to freshen up around here.
These pots are old…only 7 years or so. I want them to still look old but brighter so they stand out more against our tan color house.
So here’s what I did:
Then I cleaned them up.
I wanted more “chipped paint” spots so I painted them with black paint.
Then I filled the pots with twigs and pine cones 
starting with a vine wreath around the rim.
The twinkle sticks are battery operated and purchased from JoAnn’s.
I tied raffia around the wreath and dangled star charms from the bow.
This arrangement should last all winter through.
Looks cute at night.
With natural and artificial twigs I was able to pull off a bright, rustic 
& effortless look for my porch.
If you are looking for more ideas for winter or the upcoming holidays-
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Well heck. My planters all need to be Winterized. Now I'm feeling like I better go do it! That looks fantastic. So charming. Wanna do mine?

Beautiful as always….pinning away your ideas and hoping to have some spare time soon and get to work….greetings from WA

Hmmm. Very good tips. My pots need serious attention. Why didn't I think of this? :)Leslie (aka gwen moss)

Love the new look. They really stand out 🙂

Love the natural look of your arrangements!XXXIdo

Lovely results from a new-to-me technique! I will have to remember this one.

Cute indeed! Great job on this one.

I've never seen this method before…Vaseline! How cool. I have to try this in the spring, it is SO cold here!!XO,Jane

Everything is looking pretty and festive!

Looks wonderful!Tam

What a great makeover and I love the way you filled it!

What a great holiday transformation. I like how you were able to reuse items you already had. Beautiful with the strand of lights.