I found these metal planters at Dollar Tree in their lawn and garden section. These planters were functional, but not very decorative. I was attracted to the shape, material and size of these planters. Of course, the price was certainly right. What was that? Only one dollar?
If you decide to use these planters in the yard, make sure to use Outdoor Mod Podge to seal them for added protection. My plan was to keep them inside. I decided to use Mod Podge Matte Finish to decoupage some Victorian imagery onto the planters. I cut out the images, glued them to the metal planters and did my best to smooth out any wrinkles or air bubbles with my hands. When dry, I used a paint brush to apply two coats of Mod Podge. Now, they display some lovely pink and purple Hydrangea from our back yard on our mantel.