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DIY Stenciled Wood Plant Dolly - Walnut Hollow/Stencil Girl Blog Hop

Hey guys, this week Stencil Girl and Walnut Hollow are doing a Spring Forward blog hop and today is my post! Inspired by Spring and gardening I created a plant dolly to put on my patio!


I love working in the garden and adding flowers and plants to my patio, but sometimes those potted plants can be heavy!! Which is why I think plant dolly's are so cool, you can easily wheel around a flower pot to where ever you like!

Supplies:
Basswood Country Round
Ferns 6 Stencil
Acrylic Paints
Sponge Dauber
Casters


1. Use a sponge dauber to apply paint through the Ferns 6 Stencil. I recommend squirting a bit of paint onto a palette and then picking up small amount on to your sponge and softly tap it down over your stencil.


2. Repeat with multipl colors of acrylic paints.


3. After the paint is dry, Screw casters on to the bottom of your basswood round and you're done!


And that's it! This was such an easy project! I'm so ready for Spring. You too?


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One lucky winner will receive both a $25 Gift Certificate to StencilGirl Products

AND a $25 Gift Certificate to Walnut Hollow!
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(One comment per blog please.)


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March 15
Mary C. Nasser
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28 comments:

  1. What a cute idea! I also love that pot.

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  2. Oh, wow!! I love everything about this, Katie! The colors, the wheels! Your photographs are amazing, too! This will be so fun on your patio!! So happy you are on the hop today! :)

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  3. I love this bright color palette! Adding wheels to create a rolling plant dolly is such a good idea!

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  4. Thank you for choosing my Ferns 6 stencil for this innovative project -- which turned out beautifully and gives all of us new ideas for ways to use stencils! May I have your permission to use some of these photos on my blog? Giving you full credit, of course. If you would first like to check out my blog, here is the address -- http://heartworkbycecilia.blogspot.com.

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    1. Hi Cecilia, thank you! You can definitely feature my project on your blog, Just please link back here! :)

      I love the fern stencil so much!

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    2. Thanks so much, Katie! I'll gladly include a link back to your blog, in my blog post. Thanks again! :-)

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    3. I'm having a little trouble with replying to your message. I want to thank you sincerely, and to let you know that I'll gladly include a link to your blog in my blog post. Thanks again!

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  5. Love it!! Thank you for the giveaway!!

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  6. What a great idea for using basswood rounds...love it!

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  7. We just took out our grass and built a brick patio. I am in the process of getting pots and planter on it for Spring. These would look awesome on it. Love!

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  8. Ahhh - so PERFECTLY done and sooo FUN! Love how it remains rustic for the setting but brightens up the area too!!! j.

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  9. What a really wonderful idea! So pretty!

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  10. What a great idea. It's so colorful and cheery.

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  11. That is one super adorable and cool planter base plate. LOVE it

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  12. Thank you, Katie! I'll gladly include a link back here, in my blog post. Thanks again! :-)

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  13. Practical and super cute. What a great idea!

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  14. Love your plant dollies! They came out great (and I didn't know those existed... great idea!)

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  15. Very nice! I could use one of those for my huge pot.

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  16. Love what you created and love this stencil!!!

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  17. Plant dolly, great idea. Great color combo and stencils.

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  18. This is so cute!! A skateboard for plants!!

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  19. Hey Katie!!! You never cease to amaze me. I totally love what you did with the wood. Super smart, creative and darn helpful with those heavy flower pots. You are amazing. Thank you for sharing.

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  20. I need to go make me one just got a big flower pot,beautiful colors well done.

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