Happy Friday friends! Ever since the weather has warmed up, I’ve been so bummed that we don’t have any sort of outdoor space at our apartment. Gardening and mending to flowers is such a stress reliever for me, I really wanted to come up with something that would work within the walls of our apartment. It just so happened that the window sill above our kitchen sink was available AND the perfect size to grow some herbs. So, if y’all are like me and want to bring the outdoors in, I’m sharing the super easy and affordable how to for my small, super cute window sill herb garden.
What You’ll Need:
Baskets (Only $1.50 each)
Terra Cotta Pots (3in. fit perfectly in the baskets)
Herbs (Found mine at Home Depot)
Paint (Color: Home Decorators Collection Sweet Chrysanthemum)
*I used this sample because I had it lying around, regular craft acrylic paint will work fine!
Small Paint Brush
1.Paint the chalkboard picks with your desired color OR you can just leave them unpainted, totally fine!
2. Plant herbs in pots.
3. After the paint has dried, write the name of the herbs on the chalkboard picks with a chalk marker.
4. Place labels in corresponding pots.
5. Place pots in baskets and you’re DONE!
Aren’t those tiny baskets just the cutest thing ever?!? I came across them on Hobby Lobby’s website as I was searching for something else and I fell in love!
This little, but super affordable (this whole project costs around $25) project added so much to that boring ole window sill. Not only that, it takes almost no time to put together!
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