Cute DIY Planter Box Centerpiece!

Happy Monday! 

 I trust you all had a fabulous weekend! I did. We went to my favorite barbecue restaurant for Mother's day, and then just spent some awesome time with my Husband and kiddos! 

 Today I want to share a cute, inexpensive centerpiece!

 I originally saw this on Shanty 2 Chic, and I fell.in.love. I was looking for something that could roll into summer and possibly even be a summer centerpiece-I think this is it!

 Sorry I didn't take tutorial pics-Whitney did a great tutorial, so hop on over there to get the exact step by step on how to make this!

 Supplies needed-

* 1 1x6x6 board from Home Depot or Lowes
* 1 2x4x shortest length they have 
* Wood Glue
* Nails
* Mason Jars
* Flowers
* Jute

I cut my 1x6 in half, leaving me with two 3 ft. boards
I then cut my 2x4 to 3 ft, and cut two 4" blocks off of my remaining piece of 2x4.

I used wood glue and nails to assemble the sides and blocks, and the box was done! Now I decorated the mason jar tops with jute, stuck my Dollar Tree flowers into the jars and there ya have it! A super cute, super versatile centerpiece for under $20!

And I just HAD to show off those AMAZING chairs I got at the thrift store awhile back for 9.00 a piece....LOVVVE how they turned out, and how they give more character to our table!

 Thanks for the idea, sisters! I love it :)

 Do you guys?!


  1. I absolutely adore this! I am adding it to my must do summer list!

  2. This looks awesome! Now to convince the hubby to help me out :)

  3. Looks great! The planter box, jars, forsythia and the stencilled (?) placemats. When hubs gets his pallets, I'm reserving some.

  4. Yes I do. And, love the chairs too.

    Now following you. Please, please come visit me at PICKINandPAINTIN.blogspot.com. THANKS.

  5. LOVE the rustic feel of this box!!What a lovely centerpiece for your table,thanks for the inspiration! Stop over and chat sometime:) Deidre~ http://simplysimplisticated4.blogspot.com

  6. What a great job! I need to learn to do stuff with wood.

  7. I have the same idea. And, see, I thought mine was original! Guess I'm not the creative leader I envisioned myself to be ...

    Looks fab and love the thrifted chairs!



  8. This looks so cute sitting on you dining table! I'm visiting from the Picket Fence and I'm now following, I would appreciate if you could follow back. Thanks

  9. Looks great! I built a version last weekend too off the same tutorial! Visiting from TT&J!

    Melissa www.thehappierhomemaker.com

  10. Not that I only love your centerpiece, but I love your whole dining room!

    I would like to invite you to a linky party I am having now. Hope you could visit and link-up :)


  11. I love the size of this! Which project tutorial did you use for it? I just built the mason jar planter box from Shanty 2 Chic using 1 x 4s so it's a similar design but a lot smaller. This looks like something you could even use as a window box!

  12. I just found your blog through tatertots and jello. Newest follower!
    we would love for you to check out ours.

  13. I love this so much! I have a smaller table, but this looks like it can be easily adapted to be bigger or smaller depending on how much room a person has! Thanks for sharing.

  14. I love this...always looking for something for my dining table. I would be delighted for you to share this with my readers over at Mop It Up Mondays: http://www.ishouldbemoppingthefloor.com/2012/05/mop-it-up-mondays-18.html


  15. I love this! And can I just say your dining room table and chairs are lovely! Love the blue! I need to buy some boards! Thanks for sharing. Adding to my list of things to do!

  16. Wow, this is absolutely stunning. I would love for you to stop My Dream Canvas. Take care Anu

  17. Beautiful! Love it's sweet simplicity!
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

  18. This is beautiful. I also saw the tutorial on their page but have yet to try it. Yours came out great!

  19. Very cute. Would love for you to share this on my linky party!
    Thanks, Marcie @ www.IGottaTryThat.com

  20. I just found your lovely blog! That is great project... it really turned out fab! New follower here. I'd love for you to link up at my weekly party! This weeks is still open! http://www.salttree.net/2012/05/open-call-tuesdays-6.html

  21. Your planter box is great! It makes you feel so good to create something like this that adds character and beauty, doesn't it? And your chairs look wonderful, too. :)

    Thanks so much for joining Grace at Home!

  22. I adore this centerpiece! It's truly brilliant. Thank you for sharing it with us at our Summer BBQ Bash!

  23. That might be my next project! I've been looking for something about this size to go on our mantel and yours is so darn cute. Love the sweet little yellow flowers for summer but this could easily transition to fall. So fabulous!