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  1. I love this idea. I’m definitely doing this in my garden. Thank you so much for the inspiration. I would love it if you would share this on the Fabulous Friday Link Party. You can find the link on my website. Hugs to you.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks so much, Renae…I’ll do it this week!!

  2. Wow, very amazing and creative DIY ideas for garden. I really love this article. Thank you for sharing this wonderful blog.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks so much Kristin!!

  3. This is such a great idea! I am so glad I saw this before I finished all my garden planting this year. I can’t wait to add this to outdoor decor!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks Mary Beth!! I’m in the process of making a couple of more…I ran out of steam today!!

  4. This is genius Jennifer! I need 2 for my tomatoes!!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks Julie!!!!

  5. Jennifer,
    I saw where Stacy at Bricks N Blooms shared your great idea and I’d love to do the same on my Sunday, Dirt Road adventures.
    I’ll share a link back to your site for all the instructions. I hope that’s ok.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Of course Rachel, grab a picture too if you want!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Yes!! They will look so cute!!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks ladies!!

  6. Great idea! I’ve seen that rush stuff, but never knew how to use it. Great idea to soak it, so it’s flexible. I love that new vine version; will have to see if it’s offered in my area. Just got started with flower shopping. Yes, the next month will be busy; we’re adding a whole new picket fence raised bed veggie garden! Looking cute;)

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Your fence is so cute!! I checked it out this morning. I’m panic stricken with how much I still have left to get done outside!!!!!

  7. I love this so much! I’m always looking for great garden repurpose ideas and this hits the mark! So happy to be part of this super fun blog hop with you!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thank you Michelle!! I love this group!!

  8. Jennifer
    I love this idea. I saw where Stacy shared this post. I’ve been wanting to do something similar, so I may copy your idea. It’s so clever.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Yes…because I’m about to copy your flower pot wreath to hang on my garden gate!!!

  9. I love how you turned a nice piece into a lovely art creation for a cottage garden. It’s just my style and can’t wait to make one for my apartment cottage porch. Thanks so much for the tutorial.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thank you so much Meegan!!

  10. I need a few of these for my garden! Thank you so much for sharing this awesome DIY!!! Wonderful hoping with you and I hope you have a great weekend.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thank you Chas!! I’m going to make a couple more…when I get to it (isn’t that every DIYers mantra!!)

  11. You come up with the best ideas! I adore this project and hope to make one for my home. Years ago I scored a Black Eyed Susan Vine at a plant sale an it was so pretty and it bloomed its heart out all summer.

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks Paula!! I’m so excited for this year’s garden!

  12. So sweet Jennifer, you made that simple tomato cage look AMAZING and yes, very cottage-y!! I love the flowers too, will have to look for those ones. Pinned 😉

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks so much Cindy!!