Shabby Pallet Potting Bench Part II

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If you tune in this is part II of my shabby pallet potting bench that my sweet son-in-law Tim and his friend built last year for me.  I tweaked it more this year and cleaned it and added some lace.  Pallets are all the rage and I remember my grand mother telling all us kids take a nap on a pallet!  Those were the days and sweet memories and everything on the potting bench came from, yes, Goodwill.  Hope you are having a great summer!  Stay tune for more shabby beautiful...















17 comments

  1. Hi Debby, I'm Anne. I'm new here, found you through Amaze Me Monday link party. I love your pallet bench! Most creative use of a pallet I've seen. And your painted flower pots? Genius! Anyway, I hope you have a wonderful day, and I hope to see you over at my blog at some point at https://birdsongbitsandpieces.blogspot.com.

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  2. That is one girly potting bench! How fun! Thanks so much for sharing at Celebrate Your Story!

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  3. Oh, Debby, your potting bench is beautiful. I love the girly touches and the pastel flower pots are adorable! Very sweet! Thanks for sharing.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  4. Your potting bench is fabulous! The picture at the Amaze Me Monday party caught my eye because I have the same pink watering can. It looks so pretty on your bench. The lace is perfect!

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  5. Debby, you sure know how to dress an old girl up! lol! Love all of the shabby sweetness. I just repainted mine and need to prettify it. :) I drool over that pink watering can every time I see it. I found a green one with a similar shape in NC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  6. I love the way you dolled it up!

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  7. Just beautiful! Thank you for sharing on the Art of Home-Making Mondays at Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth!

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  8. What an absolutely beautiful potting bench! I've been gardening for many years, but have yet to built a potting bench for myself yet. Thank you for the inspiration. I love the detail. Thank you for sharing with us at Dishing It & Digging It! Hope to see you back this week :)

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  9. This is just so whimsical and gorgeous! Love the shabby chic look.

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  10. Dear Debby:
    This post is featured on my blog today - congratulations!

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  11. Love it! Thanks for sharing @Vintage Charm!

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  12. Sweet! Am giving you a feature today for Let's Talk Vintage!

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