Repurpose a cowboy boot vase and turn it into a real planter!
I found this polyresin cowboy boot at a hobby store. It reminds me of our rustic wedding decor.
It would have fit in perfectly. Apparently it is intended to be a vase.
I wanted it as a planter so I drilled (more accurately, my husband drilled) a couple of drainage holes in the bottom.
From vase to planter- that counts as repurposing, right? :0}
I planted Soprano Purple in it because they look kind of like wildflowers and would fit the rustic look of the boot.
I wanted to add some white to it but didn’t have any white flowers, but I did find some white flowers blossoming from weeds that did the trick, at least for the photos.
I’ll add an actual plant with white flowers later.
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DIY Difficulty Level | Easy
Materials For Making A Repurposed Cowboy Boot
- Polyresin cowboy boot (Hobby Lobby)
- Potting soil mix
- Plant(s) of your choice ( I used Soprano)
- Drill press or drill
- 1/4″ drill bit or similar size
Repurposed Cowboy Boot Planter Tutorial Steps
Step 1 | Create Drainage Holes
Slowly drill 2 drainage holes in the bottom and widen if necessary.