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Thank you (and merci beaucoup), everyone, for all your suggestions! It hadnít occurred to me to do a trailing kind of plant that I could train to go through the slats, so I like that idea. And then Iíll fill in the area around its pot with natural things. My mom has a bunch of small polished rocks that she hadnít figured out what to do with and said she would be happy to give to me, and maybe some moss and small pine cones if thereís room.

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1956BD 07-13-2020 10:10 AM

When you are done creating the final product please share a photo. I can't wait to see how it looks.

Mme Escargot 07-13-2020 06:19 AM

Thank you (and merci beaucoup), everyone, for all your suggestions! It hadnít occurred to me to do a trailing kind of plant that I could train to go through the slats, so I like that idea. And then Iíll fill in the area around its pot with natural things. My mom has a bunch of small polished rocks that she hadnít figured out what to do with and said she would be happy to give to me, and maybe some moss and small pine cones if thereís room.

1956BD 07-12-2020 11:45 AM

What about filling with bleached and unbleached pine cones? When you turn the cones upside down they look a great deal like flowers. Could be really pretty.

SoCalTeach 07-12-2020 10:18 AM

I love it. What about a handful of succulents?

1956BD 07-12-2020 09:16 AM

I would save that box from a pile of give away items too. Love it!

I love the idea of using it for a plant holder. Like the previous poster said I would put the plant in a clear glass container before placing in the box as it will be clear and keep the eye focused on the wood and greenery rather than a decorative or terra-cotta pot.

I would probably embellish the box by carefully staining the slats three different shades with wood stain. I would choose a very dark one and then a red one to use with the more neutral shade that has already been used on the box. I would cover the other slats with paint tape as I stained with each color in case of drips.

Then I might embellish with some upholstery nails as well to give it a richer texture.

Finally, I would seek out a couple of additional unique boxes to add to the display. Both would be smaller than this one but not the same size for variety. Since this one looks so new I might consider an older mitered box and then maybe one that includes some natural stone like turquoise or brass for color.

Enjoy your beautiful box whatever you decide to do.

Keltikmom 07-12-2020 08:07 AM

Itís adorable. You could put an airy, trailing tripe of plant. Use a clear glass container. Or fill it with pine cones or rocks.

Mme Escargot 07-12-2020 08:00 AM

I rescued this wooden box from my sisterís giveaways because I thought it was cute and different. I was thinking of using it as a sort of planter (with a fully potted plant placed inside) but Iím not 100% sold on that idea, though I canít quite say why.

Does anyone else have any creative ideas of what I could do with this box? (The notepad next to it is to give you a sense of its size.). Thank you in advance!




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