I've Pulled Another Wheelie

November 7th, 2008 in member junk     
georgiamoon Georgia Terrell, contributor
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Its an herb garden.
A little Junk
A little Grace
Its an herb garden.

It's an herb garden.


Well Surprise, surprise another wheel...imagine that. I found this beautiful orange wheel and couldn't wait to do something with it. I ran a large bolt through the wheel and the loop on top of the wire half-basket, then attached it with a wooden knob. Moss (god knows I LOVE moss), a few herbs, a piece of junk and my plant markers from a previuos post and it is ready to hang in your kitchen or even on your front door. Tied with an extra bright orange gross-grain ribbon and it's complete. Happy Thanksgiving!!! Georgia


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Georgia Moon Junk
posted in: member junk, seasonal, metal, plant holder, kitchen, porch, basket, green, wire, orange

Comments (16)

eliz2nd writes: I will have to give this a try this summer love the look a charming way to have a basket of herbs just outside the kitchen door one more reason why I cant wait till spring Posted: 10:30 am on February 3rd
Dolly3cats writes: I'm about to get myself in trouble--I'm heading to the old garden wagon with a wrench in hand. It will take my husband a while to catch on that there are bricks where the wheel used to be! That is so handsome. I want it on my front door--stay tuned. You've done it again! Posted: 4:58 pm on November 10th
shabbychick writes: Georgia - I love it - just the perfect touch of rust (and vintage orange)!! Now, where the heck am I gonna find a wheel??? Those bicycles in my basement don't really need wheels in the wintertime, do they??? (ha ha)

Kathy Posted: 9:30 am on November 10th
KimberlyMelamed writes: Go Go, One look at this and I can't help but think of the infamous moss ball! He He He. I just love this project! It is beautiful! Way to combine the wheel and the planter. LOVE the orange!

Thanks for making me smile!
Kimberly Posted: 11:22 pm on November 9th
WhisperWood Cottage writes: Super duper clever! How you can make a bike tire look glamorous is beyond me!

Amy Posted: 10:24 pm on November 9th
csudderth writes: Love the wheel Georgia. I've got a wheel that I'll have to hunt up but will have to find something not living to put in mine--I can't grow anthing! Great job.
Christy Posted: 9:02 pm on November 9th
thefrogprincess writes: Very cool! I love the wheel. There is just something about them! Great project. Posted: 11:00 am on November 9th
SnowmanHill writes: I love the wheel project! I have been hunting for them and I haven't found any yet, bummer. It's just charming. By the way- when I hung my sled I used a chain and just screwed hooks into the ceiling beams. I just decorated it for winter- you should do it! I look forward to your posts- Krista Posted: 8:59 am on November 9th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: What a great project and the orange is too cute for Thanksgiving!

Thanks for posting this.

Candy Posted: 7:58 pm on November 8th
Chovey writes: Georgia,
This is just fantabulous!! Love it!
cynthia Posted: 6:42 pm on November 8th
fellowjunker writes: Geo
Once again you have amazed and inspired me. I just love this.
The orange ribbon and word stakes are just so eye poppingly gorgeous!!!
Well done.
xojanis Posted: 11:48 am on November 8th
vecernice writes: What a great idea mixing herbs and moss in combination with rust and wheel. Very clever, hope I would have such entrance welcome to my home. Posted: 10:16 am on November 8th
LuAnn writes: Love this too!! The rusty thingy looks like some of the pieces I picked up a couple of weeks ago at a farm/estate sale. This is a cool look one could pick by the kitchen all year round. Good Job.

LuAnn Posted: 7:30 am on November 8th
suewhitney writes: Go, go JoJo...great job! I am a lover of all things round. I to am digging orange lately. Thanks for this wonderful post.

Be well,
Sue Posted: 7:18 am on November 8th
CottageElements writes: Geo, girl you know how I love wheels! What a great project. And I'm really starting to get into the color orange! Awesome job!

Lani Posted: 10:21 pm on November 7th
MimiToria writes: Great project idea for the wheel. You have been creating girl! Very fun and innovative. I have a wheel I plan to do something special with for the Holidays, but this is another great idea as well.
Gretchen Posted: 8:16 pm on November 7th
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