• Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY
    Shannon, I love this project and your flower is picture perfect! What a face :)
  • Art is beauty
    Art is beauty Jenison, MI
    love this shan!!
  • Linda @ it all started with paint
    So cute Shannon!
  • Donna R
    Donna R Lumberton, TX
    I'm glad you didn't paint it because it looks perfect like it is and so natural with the flowers.
  • The Micro Gardener - Anne
    Love this concept. Have made a few box planters from rescued timber boxes at farm sales. I used a clear lacquer to preserve the natural timber, drilled holes in the two short ends and threaded rope 'handles' through. I've also used them to house pine
  • Nicolette T
    Nicolette T Carbondale, CO
    Love it! Too bad my old tool box is beat up metal.
  • Kelly S
    Kelly S Bremerton, WA
    @Nicolette T, same principle, holes, dirt, plants. Seal the outside if you love the colors or paint it first. Give the inside a coat or 2 of epoxy paint to keep the whole thing from rusting to pieces. 1 can of rustolium should do it inside and out.
  • Melissa-TheHappierHomemaker
    I just love this!!
  • Shannon at Fox Hollow Cottage
    I have seen metal ones too! Totally cute also :)
  • Eclectically Vintage - Kelly
    I love all toolboxes - wood, metal, big, small - I don't discriminate! Love your flower filled one!
  • Trish & Bonnie {Uncommon Designs}
    Love it Shannon!! just stunning!!
  • Roanna K
    Roanna K Sacramento, CA
    I am moving and I found my grandfather's tool box. He died in 1952 so it is quite aged and looks pretty good! I am thinking about using his tool box, full of some really old tools, and doing some planting myself.
  • Shannon at Fox Hollow Cottage
    Oh how fun Roanna. What a great find!!!!
  • Diy Design Fanatic
    diy Design Fanatic Charlotte, NC
    Very pretty Shannon!
  • Kathy Radigan
    Kathy Radigan East Northport, NY
    Love it! What a great idea.
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