Easy DIY Herb Pots with Numbers – a quick and easy decor accent and herb garden with STYLE to make for your potting bench or kitchen windowsill! Makes a great DIY teacher gift and quick handmade holiday CHRISTMAS gifts too!
Decorating your home with numbers has been popular for a long time and no wonder why! They are bold, stylish and graphic! Using numbers that have a special meaning in your life (birthday, anniversary ect) brings meaning and personality to your space too!
This DIY Decor idea is really quick and easy….this is how I made them!
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I found three adorable white plant pots at my thrift store. You can also buy them here.
I added these peel and stick black vinyl numbers to each pot.
Press firmly to make sure each number is stuck on.
Add a planted herb – I found some rosemary plants at my grocery store (I love making Garlic Herb Butter with my fresh herbs!)
Sooooooo quick and super simple!
Aren’t they stylish?
I made a few for our DIY Wood Potting Bench and our DIY Pallet Wood Bar.
My herbs are so lush and healthy right now with the weather being a bit cooler! I’ll bring these potted herbs indoors for winter… and dress up my kitchen windowsill with the delicious greenery!
Make these DIY Herb Pots with Numbers for stylish DIY TEACHER GIFTS
and Quick Handmade Holiday CHRISTMAS GIFTS too!
Make sure you check out all of the THRIFT STORE DECOR TEAM posts today – we are all featuring lots of chic Thrift Store Decor Makeovers!
Easy, budget friendly and stylish ways to decorate your home!
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I am from the school of numbers and letters make everything cute, just like the herb pots.
Can you believe I don’t have 1 number in my house. What the hell is wrong with me!!!! Pinning, girl!!!
LOL – thanks for pinning Julie!!!
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Simple and cute. They would make perfect gifts….for anyone!
Those are super cute Heather! I love jazzing up garden pots and these are perfect.
Thank you Debbie! 🙂
Maryann @ Domestically Speaking says
So simple yet so chic… love it!
Jessy @ The Life Jolie says
These are too cute! I love simple DIY projects because I’m not as crafty as I wish I was- these are totally attainable to the non-crafty people like me!
I stopped by from Inspiration Monday.
Oh I’m so glad to hear you like this DIY Jessy!! Yep – peel and stick!! Quick and Easy!!! 🙂 Have a wonderful week and thanks for visiting!
Christy @ Our Southern Home says
Love this idea and look! They remind me of Smith & Hawken!!! So pretty!