On your next garage sale excursion, you might want to keep an eye out for old toys. It doesn't matter if they're broken, because you won't be playing with them; you'll be planting in them. From cool to downright creepy, these 6 toys-turned-planters are sure to inspire.
We'll start out with a store-bought, recycled toy boat planter/container from Plow & Hearth. Pretty, no? Well at $150, it should be. A thrift store version, if you can find the right boat, might set you back a couple of bucks.
My dad would have loved this dump truck alternative.
I, however, am partial to this pick-up truck. Love how the cab was used too.
For the Lego Lover in all of us, a Lego container for a household plant might be perfect.
Things start to get a little strange with these wonderful dinosaur planters. Click here to see how to make them.
And, finally, the creepy one. Any doll that's lost a quarter of her head might be pronounced 'deceased', but the succulents that fill this toy's cranium give her new life.