VW Camper Van Gift – VW Kombi Metal Garden Planter.
The perfect Christmas Gift for Camper Van Fans, car lovers and VW enthusiasts
The Volkswagen Camper is both much loved and instantly recognisable and since its first model was launched in 1950, has become a symbol of freedom and independence. Now you can see the legendary little van in a whole new light … displaying your favourite plants!
Available in three colours, this large indoor or outdoor VW Kombi Camper Van Metal Garden Planter captures the classic design of the VW Kombi or camper van and to complete the look, comes solid rubber wheels, wiper blades and its own number plate.
The garden planter, which is 1 metre in length and about 50cm tall and wide, is fully lined so can be filled with soil or compost and planted with indoor or outdoor flowers, herbs or shrubs.
A guaranteed talking point
The VW Kool Kombi Camper Van Metal Garden Planter will be a real talking point – and of course, if you don’t want to use it as a planter, you can also enjoy it as an unusual, eye-catching indoor or outdoor ornament just as it is.
Recycled from 44-gallon shipping drums
Each VW Kool Kombi Camper Van Metal Garden Planter has been hand made using recycled and upcycled metals so is truly unique. Furthermore the planters are all hand-finished with a tough lacquer, so they won’t rust when used as flower planters or when on display as outdoor ornaments.
Features of this VW Camper Van Gift – VW Kombi Metal Garden Planter
- Hand crafted from recycled and upcycled metals so each one is bespoke.
- Finished by hand and treated with a tough lacquer it won’t rust when used outdoors.
- Fully lined and ready for planting.
- Solid rubber wheels – so no chance of a flat tyre, no matter where you put it!
How are the garden planters made?
All of our Crazy Coolers and Metal Garden Ornaments and Planters come from an enterprising and environmentally sensitive company set up by an Australian Jewellery Maker, Aaron Jackson. Read our blog describing the manufacturing process.
To find out more about the designer, Aaron Jackson, and his company Think Outside, click here.