Rustic Farmhouse Indoor Planters Using Dollar Tree Items

I don’t know about you but I am SO ready for Spring to arrive.  This week I made some rustic farmhouse indoor planters to make it look like spring even though we’re in a winter deep freeze.

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I got these sweet galvanized planters at Dollar Tree.  How cute!

You can’t beat Dollar Tree for cute, cheap decor!  This isn’t a sponsored post.  I just love Dollar Tree.

Dollar Tree Galvanized Metal Pail Planters

Since my Christmas decor was taken down, rather than store my Pallet Wood Noel Sign, I decided to reuse the pallet again.

If you recall, it started out as my Bathtub Table.  I’m getting a whole lot of use from it!

Since I adhered the Noel letters with just dabs of regular hot glue, it was easy to pull them off.

Rustic Farmhouse Indoor Planters Using Dollar Tree Items

I refreshed the stain and just added the planters in front.  Plopped faux plants in them and it looks like spring arrived early at my house!

Rustic Farmhouse Pallet Wood Indoor Planters Using Dollar Tree Decor by Knick of Time |

They’re on top of my antique stove.  We used to use the stove as a coffee station, but I like it so much better with my collection of ironstone pitchers on it.  The cute “farm fresh”container in the middle was a gift from my sister.

If you don’t want to make such a large display or don’t have any pallets, you can make a single planter on a smaller pallet that you can buy.

I already had a Pallet Sign Blank that I had stained to make another Wood Farmhouse Hanging Milk Bottle Flower Vase.  I didn’t have enough bottles to make another though.

Rustic Farmhouse Indoor Planters |

You can use screws or Gorilla Hot Glue Sticks instead of regular glue sticks to support the weight, but I just used regular hot glue and it worked fine.

Learn how to make Rustic Farmhouse Indoor Planters Using Pallet Signs and Dollar Tree Items by Knick of Time |

If you plan to put herbs or real flowers in it, drill holes in the bottom of the metal planter before attaching it to the pallet sign.

Learn how to make Rustic Farmhouse Indoor Planters Using Pallet Signs and Dollar Tree Items by Knick of Time |

These rustic farmhouse indoor planters come together so easy and are so inexpensive to make.

They would look so great on a porch with real plants in them, don’t you think?

Can you see yourself making some of these?  Where would you hang them?

Let me know in the comments below.

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Make two inexpensive and easy styles of Farmhouse Style Pallet Planters!

If you enjoyed this project, be sure to also check out these!

DIY Rusted Tin Cans Succulent Planters

Galvanized Farmhouse Style Bucket Planter

House Numbers Sign Hanging Planter

Before I close, I wanted to let you know about some new programs Chalk Couture is offering that I’m super excited about.

The first new program is called Club Couture that starts Feb. 1.

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*Club Couture is a 3 month commitment.  After 3 months you can cancel, but I think you’ll love it so much you’ll want to continue!

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They’re only available while supplies last.

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Vaya con Dios,


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  1. Love this idea! This pallet hanging would look great in any room!

  2. Those turned out so cute, Angie!

  3. Angie, I love your little galvanized planters. Who would have thought of Dollar Tree for Farmhouse style? Thanks for the tip. Enjoy your blog and following along!

  4. Naomi Shelton says

    I would love to make one (or more) of the pallet planters. The little galvanized buckets from Dollar Tree are so cute. I have to get out there and see if I can pick up several. What great gifts they would make with a little plant in them. Instead of drilling holes in them I would probably just plant in a plastic pot and set it inside the bucket. That way the bucket can catch the drainage from the plastic pot with the holes already in it. I go to a plant swap in the Spring and I could see using those containers to put a potted plant in. Wonder how many of them I can find! There are two Dollar Tree stores in my area so between the two I ought to be able to find about six. I grow African violets and always have starts to give away.

    Wow, lots going on with Chalk Couture. Gotta look over the offerings again. I just skimmed as I read the post.

    I am also so wanting Spring to come! It has been in the single digits and below zero here in mid-Michigan for the last week and I am tired already of wearing three or four layers just to keep from shivering. Even then my hands, feet and nose feel like icicles! Patience for warm weather I am not feeling!

    Hope you are keeping warm and have a good weekend coming up.

  5. These are awesome! I’m always looking for new planter ideas. Super cute!

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