A couple of weeks ago I posted about our Spring Garden on a Budget
We’ve been working our socks off in the garden on every dry day possible – making everything out of pallets. EVERYTHING.
I saw a pallet herb garden on Pinterest and thought it would be a perfect project for my back fence. So… we got this huge double pallet for Free and Dave screwed it into the back fence.
The girls sanded it with a little Black & Decker mouse sander – it literally took about 30 minutes to do the whole thing, and then we painted it with ‘Vintage Rose’ exterior wood paint. The paint was Johnstone’s, available at B&M. They currently have a gorgeous range of pastel garden paints so grab some while you can!
And Ta-Daaaa! All painted and ready for the herbs to go into it. I’m not ultra green-fingered so I decided to order some vinyl lettering from eBay to remind me what each herb is… Stop laughing. The letters are custom made with the names of the herbs so that I can peel and stick them onto the front of it. They were super cheap – I think I got 60 letters for £9 delivered. As soon as they arrive and I’ve filled it up I’ll do a follow-up post so you can see the finished result!
This project is super budget-friendly, yet useful and beautiful too! I’ll be scouring the car boots for some herbs as well as keeping an eye on my local Aldi. They recently had a 6 herbs for £3.50 deal so I grabbed one of those and wished I’d bought a couple more!
I’m kinda hoping it’s going to end up something like this…
Eeeekk! I love it! Next week I’ll be sharing our pallet furniture too which Dave made to go onto our deck. It’s pretty awesome stuff.
What have you been doing in the garden this Spring? I’d love you to share your idea’s / pins in the comments section 🙂