• Millie livesay
    Millie livesay Chester, VA
    When using these for plants always keep drainage in mind..you can drill a tiny hole in the bottom and put small rocks in...they are a beauty!
  • Patricia F
    Patricia F Chapel Hill, NC
    I've used chipped, cracked pottery pieces for this, too.
  • Becky H
    Becky H Tampa, FL
    Funky Junk, I would think you could put a few pebbles in the bottom of an undrained pot w/maybe a little charcoal, and that would keep the plants moist but not wet, and the soil from souring.
  • Alice H
    Alice H Oklahoma City, OK
    Now we need a good creative way to use lids.
  • FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna
    Haha Alice, agreed! Thanks for the drainage tips, everyone! I'll do that next year. :)
  • Sondra A
    Sondra A Janesville, WI
    Cute idea. I've used some oddball containers for various plants also and love looking at others creative ideas. I think my most unusual one was a bedpan on my bathroom wall.
  • Carrie W
    Carrie W Sterling, MA
    Cool idea. I have done this with old fashion milk can covers on my front steps
  • Jan L
    Jan L Lady Lake, FL
    Really eye catching way to display your herbs. I love my herbs. I have collected some inexpensive silver plate pieces (nobody wants silver plate anymore). I don't worry about polishing because I like the patina as is. I put large pebbles in the bottom
  • Becky H
    Becky H Tampa, FL
    Funky J., do the lids have knobs? If so, why not mount those on a plaque and use it to hang things from?
  • FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna
    Love that Idea Becky!
  • Linda Farina
    Linda Farina Providence, RI
    Alice..maybe we could convert the lids into a wind chime...
  • Janis@All Things Beautiful
    how cute are these??? Love this idea!
  • Lisa I
    Lisa I Woodcliff Lake, NJ
    Too cute!! Excellence as always, Funky Junk <3
  • Julie F
    Julie F Hobe Sound, FL
    very cool!
  • Kathleen
    Kathleen Chattanooga, TN
    Maybe lids could be used as saucers for them in some fashion. Very good idea for containers. Think I'll go check out the basement.
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