I decided that my front flower beds needed some color. They are doing great but they are all green. I intentionally have planted vinca, monkey grass, and boxwood that comes back year after year.
I dug around in my storage building and found this old chair.
I sprayed it with Rustoleum Primer in white.
Then I sprayed it with Rustoleum Aqua.
This paint covers so great!
John cut me a piece of Masonite to fit the seat.
I then layered my piece of Masonite, 1" foam rubber, 2 layers of thick batting and my red and white check heavy fabric.
I attached the seat to the chair. I found an old vintage tablecloth and made a square pillow out of it. I used red ball fringe around the edges.
I spray painted this old overnight case in a bright cherry red and filled with greenery and geraniums. And yes, those are artificial geraniums. I went to the garden centers and hunted for pretty geraniums. We had a terrible storm this week and had high winds and hail. It literally beat most of the flowers down. So, live with it!!
So, in a couple of days and costing nothing, I turned my front flower bed into all green with a pop of color.
While I was hunting geraniums, I found this planter filled with pansies and greenery. It was only $3.98 and doesn't it look great with my phlox?
Don't forget to sign up for the Giveaway of two Craft Tree books and the door organizer I made. You can sign up by commenting today, Saturday and Sunday. I will pick a winner on Sunday evening. All you have to do is write a comment!!
Till next time, Judy.