Initial a Galvanized Watering Can

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We are having some amazing spring weather this week here in VA.
I am taking advantage of the sun and warm weather today, so I pulled out my pressure washer and some items in the garage that I have been wanting to change, clean – or redo.

I even brought my Cricut outdoors to print out a “B” for this watering can that I have had for about 13 years.
I am sharing just one quick and easy project today but I accomplished more than that this lovely morning.
With a little tropical house plant in the galvanized bucket – I can add it to my porch or use this summery accent inside my home.
(The “B” could be a little lower but I didn’t use transfer tape to apply it. The Storybook – Fancy Corners Font creates really ‘curly’ letters that are hard to manage – it’s fine!)
‘B’ is for Browning – our last name.
I also think of “B” for ‘Bless Boston’!

Sharing with these parties – Savvy Southern Style, A Stroll Thru Life, Stone Gable, I Gotta Create

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I'm back 🙂 You're a STAR over at I Gotta Create! Thanks so much for linking up at the Wildly Original party.<3 Christinahttp://igottacreate.blogspot.com/2013/04/six-super-spring-projects.html

Oh this makes me so ready for Spring flowers! Cute :)Thanks so much for linking up with the Wildly Original Crowd at I Gotta Create!<3 Christina

Bless Boston! And great watering can :)Susan

such a cute embellishment for the watercan, holly:) (we are gonna be in the 30's tonight-yuck)!

Snow???? Ugh! We are ready for the pools to open – a/c is on.

Adorable! Love it.

Somewhere under the snow is my galvanized buckets and cans. I hope I see them soon.Bliss

I love this, I have to find me an old watering can now. Very cute.Cynthia

How cute!! Simple and sweet! I love it!~~Angela

That's great! It's fun to see all the projects you use your cricut for. Love the watering can being used as a planter. The weather here has been beautiful too, but suppose to get rain tomorrow. Guess I better enjoy today then!

I love watering cans. Yours is so charming personalized with a B and love the sweet tropical plant inside. Now following you on GFC!

This is awesome! And I love the B for Boston. Have a great week ;)Jamie @ somuchbetterwithage.com

What a cute idea Holly, I like the font you used. You do the best projects with your Cricut!And what a sweet tribute to Boston. Leslie (gwen moss)

Hello Yvonne! All linked up with you. Thanks for stopping by!

Thanks for the invite – linking up!

Thank you Martina!

Thanks!

You are the sweetest! xo

xo – Thanks Nana!

Ahh so cute Holly! And, yes Bless Boston…

Holly, how creative!! Your galvanized water can is all decked out and ready for spring!I'd love you to stop by and add this cute project to TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS!Link goes live at 8:00 this evening.

Oh I can think of a million way to use one of these and I have a really old on in the garage. Love this idea, your is fabulous. I would love for you to link up to my Inspire Me Tuesday party that is ongoing. – –http://www.astrollthrulife.net/2013/04/160th-inspire-me-tuesday.htmlSuch a cute idea and it will definitely inspire. Hugs, Marty

Very cute!!

just saw this at Savvy Southern Style, before I checked my blog feed for new updates…and what do you know..it takes me to you??? LOL…Must be cuz I have such great taste…

Love it!

That's really cute, Holly. I like numbered or monogrammed anything. Bless Boston, indeed! xo Diana

Me too – your last post was the cutest with your watering cans, terracotta's and gardens accents.

I wish I had gotten the \”B\” a little more center. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

I am so glad we found each other.Here is a link to more 'Cricut' info. Click on the links inside the post to see where I buy the vinyl for my Cricut.http://downtoearthstyle.blogspot.com/2013/01/scrap-wood-art-using-cricut.htmlThank you for reading my post! xo

I love old watering cans. What a great idea to stencil on the \”B.\”Mary Alice

How cute! Love that!

What material are you using for the letter and how are you applying it??? Love your style. I just found your website, and I have been browsing daily!! I am decoratively challenged, but your pictures are inspiring my creativity. Thank you!

What material are you using for the letter and how are you applying it??? Love your style. I just found your website, and I have been browsing daily!! I am decoratively challenged, but your pictures are inspiring my creativity. Thank you!