Marble Herb Wall Planter

5 Materials
$5
1 Hour
Easy
Must have herb wall garden..

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Let me start of by saying 90% of this project is recycled materials. Tin cans, barn wood,  and to cook with everyday. YEY!!!  Oh and the best part is.. it takes under an hour to make.

I wanted to give my pots a marbleized effect. I used a tub of water and for this technique.
I used to my third pot. I talk more in depth about this step on my blog and to finish it off I secured my tin cans to my recycled wood.
Oh boy I can’t wait to use some of these purdy herbs.
Look at that marble effect!! How cute is that?
Loving the marble and rustic vibes. This is a MINI VERSION of the tutorial to see the full tutorial visit this link -
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Suggested materials:

  • Tin can
  • Spray paint   (Amazon)
  • Nail polish   (Amazon)
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  • Mtu10724983 Mtu10724983 on Jul 11, 2017
    If​I don't have a bath tub what can I use?

  • Anthony Anthony on Jul 11, 2017
    Is this one of your bathroom walls over the tub? How did you attach the barn wood to that wall?

  • Mds16294457 Mds16294457 on Jul 14, 2017
    Did I miss something about how they drain, so the herbs don't get root rot? I love the look of these, but wonder - doesn't the inside of the can rust? Could you put the paint effect on the inside to protect it?
    I'd try other herbs than basil (which I personally LOVE), because when I've tried basil in pots, they get root bound very fast and the plants die.

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  • Red9029529 Red9029529 on Aug 03, 2017
    I love it. Going to make for all the females as well as myself for Christmas. I made wall hangings and a head and foot board for my bed from a fence that I replaced and was wondering what to make with the rest of the fence. Problem solved. Thank you for the idea.

    • Lily Oleynik Lily Oleynik on Aug 12, 2017
      I'm so glad you liked this idea. You sound very creative :D I love recycling projects. Thank you and have fun.

  • Chris Chris on Aug 31, 2017
    Very cute! I love the idea of upcycling!

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