Rosemary, Spearmint, Oregano & Basil are my favorite herbs to cook with!
I love cooking with herbs! I needed to bring these spices together in my kitchen so I created a little herb garden on my counter from an old planter I had stored in my attic. It’s so easy you can do it blindfolded. Rustoleum asked me to join in their blogger challenge of creating a recycle project with their paint. They sent me enough paints to create loads of project, but I thought I start with this one. I love cooking and DIY so this was the perfect project for me. Excited with the way it turned out.
GET THE HERBAL LOOK
- Wooden planter
- Chalk Paint (Rustoleum black chalk paint)
- Assorted Herb Plants
Sand the planter lightly. Spray paint one coat outdoors. Let dry for 20 minutes and paint a second coat. After its dries add the herb plants and potting soil. Take the planter inside and start writing with chalk the herb names you chose carefully on the planter. What’s great about using chalk is you can change out the herbs and add new names on the planter. I did say you could do this project blindfolded but just the painting part. 🙂 Hope you enjoyed!