WYOMING, MI -- A viral Facebook video showing two women swiping several flower pots from a Wyoming home has led several shops to donate flower replacements.
"We didn't think it would go viral," said Gely Miranda, daughter of theft victim Patricia Quinones.
Circulation of the May 29 surveillance camera video, both on social media and news sites, led to the identification of the women on Thursday, May
The case will be reviewed by Kent County prosecutors for potential charges.
Since the video was posted, three flower shops and boutiques have stepped forward to offer Quinones new flowers. Eastern Floral, The Boutique Gardener and Flowerland have already sent flowers or plan to aid Quinones, according to Miranda.
The swiped flowers were returned to Quinones by police, but Miranda said the alleged thieves apparently had stacked the pots on each other and the flowers essentially were ruined.
The pots were taken in the early morning hours of May 29, sometime before 6 a.m., at the residence on Longstreet Avenue SW.
Miranda and her mother were thankful for the donations.
Miranda said she's not sure why the theft struck such a chord with those who viewed it, but she thinks it's because "porch" thefts are becoming increasingly common and it could happen to anyone.
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Polka Dot Upcycled Flower Pot Girl With Video
If youve seen flower pot people before, you know just how adorable they can be. This little polka dot upcycled flower pot girl is one of my favorite new additions to the garden. Its surprisingly easy to make and makes a lovely decoration for inside or outside. Make several to decorate your patio, deck, or garden. Of course, they are also a wonderful gift!
Upcycled Flower Pot Girl
Seriously, look how absolutely adorable this turned out! I am so in love with the look that flower pot people give in my garden. This year, I want to work on adding a whole family to my front porch, and this is the beginning. I used this great pink paint and added white polka dots, but you can paint yours any color. I thought she would look great against my otherwise plain deck. I loved the pop of color.
Since flower pots are already designed to go in the garden outside, I know they will stand up under different weather and everyday wear and tear. You can make your flower pot have tons of personality with different looks and additions, or just have a basic person with a simple smile. Use your imagination and have fun making one or more for your garden.
While this one is great for year-round, you might also want to bookmark my flower pot people scarecrow for this fall. Its adorable with the Halloween and Thanksgiving themes!
What Paint is Best for Clay Pots?
When you are working on this project, youll want a great paint that is designed for terra cotta. In the past, Ive found that acrylic works great on these types of projects.
For a faster application, spray paint is also a good choice on clay pots. Just remember, that for this project, youll want just a bit more precision in the polka dots and around the edges. So, if using spray paint, youll add those details after the rest is in place.
If you plan to leave these outside all the time, you may want to apply a protective layer or sealant. There are many sealants in the paint section of your hardware store, but you can also just grab good old fashioned Mod Podge and use it on the flower pot instead. A protective layer helps your girl look great for years instead of just a few days.
How do I Secure The Arms So They Wont Fall Off?
You want to use a heavy-duty glue when you are securing the arms. This is so the arms do not fall off when the glue dries. Youll thread the rope through the smaller flower pots, but secure it to the larger with glue.
My trusty hot glue gun and hot glue are always handy for projects like this one. It is affordable, already on hand, and always easy to access more glue for it.
If you prefer, you can pick up a heavy-duty craft glue like E which typically will secure something like this for the longterm. Another option I keep on hand is Gorilla Glue. It is a great brand that really stands the test of time on craft projects.
Can I Plant Real Flowers In This?
Yes! That is part of the beauty of this design. You can still add soil to the top flower pot and fill it with flowers, or even vegetables. I love the idea of creating a few of these in different colors for each herb I want to grow.
You could paint one purple for lavender, green for mint, red for basil, blue for thyme, and so on! Get creative and make a ton of these little flower pot people in all styles and use them instead of just a basic flower pot to grow a little herb garden on your porch!
Tip: If you want to plant something that will come back year after year, check out this list of perennial flowers that will bloom for years. I love planting once and not having to worry about it for a few years!
How to Make a Flower Pot Girl
To begin, you will paint your flower pots the color you desire. I started with this nice bright pink.
Paint the two small flower pots completely red on the outside, then one of the larger flower pots completely red, and one only paint the rim of the flower pot.
Set aside the flower pots to dry.
Now, you will use the pencil eraser or a round hard-bristled paintbrush and dip into the white paint to add polka dots on the painted areas of the pots.
Once all the pots are painted, set them aside to dry the polka dots.
When the paint is dry, you will use a paint pen to draw on the face of your flower pot that wasnt fully painted.
Now, glue the ribbon just along the edge of the rim of that flower pot.
Next, you will glue the two larger flower pots together so that the fully painted one is upside down on the bottom, and the one with the face is open on top.
Now, string the rope through the hole in the bottom of one of the small flower pots, tying it in a knot to stay secure on the inside of the pot. String the other end of that rope through the inside of the other pot, and secure with a knot and glue.
Next, you will attach the arms to the back of the flower pot girl by gluing the rope along the seam of the two pots.
Add a length of beads around the middle of the flower pot where they connect for a necklace.
Fill the top with real or artificial flowers.
Display in your home on a windowsill or outside in your garden.
Have more flower pots to use? Check out this flower pot ladybug, flower pot frog, and this flower planter bee decoration for the garden. So many cute ideas to add a bit of fun character to your space! For indoors, you might like this pretty little flower pot lighthouse decoration. Such a cute idea!
If you want to skip the painting part of this project, you can just add small details and embellishments to the flower pots. I have used these cute face stickers in the past. You can also buy various flower pots in different colors already so all you have to do is assemble your person.
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Flower Pot Men
For other uses, see Flowerpot Men (disambiguation).
For other uses of the names "Bill and Ben", see Bill and Ben.
Flower Pot Men is a British children's programme, produced by BBCtelevision, first transmitted in , and repeated regularly for more than twenty years. A reboot of the show called Bill and Ben was produced in 
Originally, the programme was part of a BBC children's television series titled Watch with Mother, featuring a different programme each weekday, most of them involving string puppets. The Flower Pot Men was the story of Bill and Ben, two little men made of flower pots who lived at the bottom of an English suburban garden. The characters were devised by Freda Lingstrom and Maria Bird in the s. These characters should not be confused for another set of Bill and Ben characters featured on Lingstrom's earlier radio show Listen with Mother, initially broadcast in Rights to the stories were later sold to Ben Productions, successfully transferring the radio programme to television[dubious discuss]. The puppeteers were Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson. The voices and other noises were produced by Peter Hawkins, Gladys Whitred and Julia Williams. The narration in all episodes was done by Maria Bird.
The plot changed little in each episode and always took place in a garden, behind a potting shed. A third character, Little Weed, of indeterminate species resembling either a sunflower or a dandelion with a smiling face, was shown growing between two large flowerpots. The three were also sometimes visited by a tortoise called Slowcoach and, in one particular episode, the trio met a faintly mysterious character made out of potatoes, Dan the potato man. Typically, while the "man who worked in the garden" would be away eating lunch, the two Flower Pot Men, Bill and Ben, would emerge from their pots. After a minor adventure, a slight mishap would occur, for which someone would then take the blame: "Which of these two flower pot men, was it Bill or was it Ben?" the narrator would trill in a quavering soprano; the culprit would then confess, before the gardener's footsteps would be heard coming up the garden path; the Flower Pot Men then would vanish into their pots and the "Goodbye" screen would appear. The final punch-line was, "..and I think the little house knew something about it; don't you?".
The Flower Pot Men spoke their own, highly inflected version of English, called Oddle Poddle, invented by prolific voice artist Peter Hawkins (who also provided speech for the daleks in Doctor Who and Captain Pugwash). "Ickle-kickle", for instance, was an icicle and Ben would say "Flobabdob!". At the end of each adventure, they would say bye-bye to each other and to the Little Weed – "Babap, Ickle Weed!" – to which the Weed would inevitably reply, with tremulous cadence, "Weeeeeeeeeeed!". This language, like that of the Teletubbies' in , was criticised for hindering children from learning proper English.
On 4 January , a different colored series  named Bill and Ben began on CBBC on BBC Two, this time involving stop-motion animation, 35mm film style and full colour, and made by Cosgrove Hall Films with a team of ten animators. This show features the voices of John Thomson (who also serves as the narrator), Jimmy Hibbert, and Eve Karpf. The series aired in the Republic of Ireland on RTEjr and formerly aired on CBeebies in –
Many additions were implemented:
- A mean female rosebush with two talking buds in the neighbour's garden named Rose.
- A mischievous female prickly plant named Thistle.
- A female magpie named Pry, obsessed by shiny treasure, often just every bottle cap.
- A male hedgehog named Boo.
- A tortoise named Slowcoach remains in the series, with few changes to his characteristics. He gets angry at Bill & Ben for ruining his things, but mostly, for messing around.
- A male frog named Tad.
- A female squirrel named Scamper.
- A male baby squirrel named Scuff. He is Scamper's baby nephew.
- A female spider named Whimsy.
- A male earthworm named Whoops.
- A male talking tomato named Ketchup.
- Another male tortoise called Lightning. He is Slowcoach's brother.
- Bill and Ben's voice tones have switched; Bill now has the deep-toned voice, while Ben now has the high-toned voice.
- Weed no longer just says her name; she speaks normal English, playing an "earth mother" role to Bill and Ben and often assisting them.
The show was the basis for a comic strip of the same name in the children's magazine Robin.
Flower Pot Men (–)
- "Seeds" (18 December )
- "Musical Vegetables" (25 December )
- "Cabbages" (1 January )
- "The Potato Man" (8 January )
- "Tiny Men" (15 January )
- "Stickmen" (22 January )
- "Shavings Men" (29 January )
- "Stilts" (5 February )
- "Steamroller" (12 February )
- "Scarecrow" (19 February )
- "Slowcoach Flies" (26 February )
- "Mud Pies" (5 March )
- "Bath in Hat" (12 March )
- "Babies" (19 March )
- "Babies Grow Up" (26 March )
- "Live Chicks" (2 April )
- "Icicles" (9 April )
- "Boot Race" (16 April )
- "Acrobats" (22 April )
- "Bellows" (29 April )
- "Water Lilies" (6 May )
- "Turnip Faces" (13 May )
- "Umbrella" (20 May )
- "Fairy Queen" (27 May )
- "Weathercock" (3 June )
- "Flying Boots" (10 June )
Bill and Ben series 1 (–)
|Total number||Episode number||Episode title||Writer||Summary||Original airdate|
|27||1||Go Fly A Kite||Jimmy Hibbert||Pry has lost her favourite treasure, a milk bottle top. Bill and Ben try to find it but end up stuck in a rubbish dump. How will they get home?||11 January|
|28||2||The Tortoise and the Pots||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben challenge Slowcoach the tortoise to a nut-gathering contest.||4 January|
|29||3||A Piece of Sky||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben look for something to cheer up Weed's part of the garden. They think a piece of sky might be just the thing. But the piece they find in the garden doesn't appear to be sky at all.||18 January|
|30||4||The Hottest Day||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben look for something to protect Weed from the sun.||25 January|
|31||5||Litterhog||Chris Allen||When Bill and Ben wake up to find the garden full of litter, Weed suggests a competition to see who can clear up the most mess.||1 February|
|32||6||Sticky Problems||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben find something very useful, but it turns out to be a hindrance than a help.||8 February|
|33||7||In Search of Lettuce||Pete Reeves||While Bill and Ben search the garden for some lettuce for Slowcoach, Thistle seizes the chance to play a trick on them.||15 February|
|34||8||Phwoooar||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben are looking for the source of a horrible smell.||15 March|
|35||9||The Big Time Band||Jimmy Hibbert||Weed is unhappy, so Bill and Ben try to cheer her up. Nothing seems to work – until they find inspiration in Whimsy the spider's web.||22 February|
|36||10||Weed Sees The World||Chris Allen||Weed discovers there's more to life than the garden, and wants to travel the world. Knowing that it's not possible, Bill and Ben try to bring the world to her.||17 September (Home Video)|
5 October (TV)
|37||11||Ben Has A Visitor||Chris Allen||Returning home one evening, Ben finds that something has taken the root in his pot. Slowcoach celebrates his birthday - over 3 days.||5 April|
|38||12||One of Our Spiders is Missing||Jimmy Hibbert||When Whimsy gets a fright and runs away, Bill and Ben set off a mission to find her. But what are the strange noises preventing her from returning?||1 March|
|39||13||Here Comes The Sun||Chris Allen||Confusion reigns in the garden when the sun keeps coming out for short periods during the night.||8 March|
|40||14||Around & Around||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben have fun with a strange round object they find in the garden, but Pry and Scamper can't see the funny side.||22 March|
|41||15||A Picture For Slowcoach||Chris Allen||One morning, something interesting blows into the garden, but Bill and Ben misplace it and start searching for it. Will they find it before Slowcoach realises it's missing?||19 April|
|42||16||A Night To Remember||Jimmy Hibbert||Slowcoach has an uninvited guest - a spectacle thief! So that night, Bill and Ben try searching for the missing spectacles.||12 April|
|43||17||Treasure Garden||Jimmy Hibbert||Weed suggests a game of treasure hunt, leading Bill and Ben to find something they're not too familiar with.||26 April|
|44||18||The Big Sleep||Jimmy Hibbert||Boo the hedgehog settles down for Winter, so Bill and Ben try to keep the garden as quiet as possible.||29 March|
|45||19||The Jumping Jar||Chris Allen||Tad, next door's friendly frog, gets himself into a very sticky situation. Bill and Ben hop to it and uncover the mystery.||3 May|
|46||20||The Great Worm Hunt||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben are having fun with the garden hose, when they notice that Whoops the worm is missing.||7 September|
|47||21||The Singing Cobwebs||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben awake to discover that Whimsy the spider has spun beautiful new webs all around the garden.||14 September|
|48||22||Game for a Laugh||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben enjoy playing a new game they have invented, until things mysteriously disappear.||21 September|
|49||23||Tears Before Bedtime||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben set out to discover the true identity of an object that Scamper believes to be a big nut.||28 September|
|50||24||The Snow Castle||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben make a snow castle in the garden, but when they wake up the next day, the castle is not quite how they remembered it.||28 December|
|51||25||Two New Flowerpot Men||Chris Allen||When Tad learns there's another frog living in next door's pond, so Bill and Ben investigate, and discover it's not the only inhabitant there.||1 January|
|52||26||The Shiny Man||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben make something out of snow to give to Weed.||3 January|
Bill and Ben series 2 (–)
|Total number||Episode number||Episode title||Writer||Summary||Original airdate|
|53||1||All Quiet on the Flowerpot Front||Jimmy Hibbert||Slowcoach is fed up with the noise the Flowerpot Men make, so Weed invents the Keeping Quiet and Still game for them to play. Unfortunately, they aren't very good at it..||8 October|
|54||2||Looking After Ben||Chris Allen||Ben stays up late to see the new moon and catches a nasty cold. Bill does his best to care for him.||19 October|
|55||3||Slowcoach's Brother||Jimmy Hibbert||Slowcoach's brother Lightning comes to stay, but proves to be an unwelcome guest. It's up to Bill, Ben, Whimsy and a magnifying glass to get rid of him.||26 October|
|56||4||Meeting Lulu||Chris Allen||The arrival of a pretty doll causes trouble for Bill and Ben as they compete for her affections.||2 November|
|57||5||Two Angry Men||JImmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben fall out with one another while playing Hunt the Carrot.||9 November|
|58||6||Whoops Takes a Trip||Chris Allen||A remote-control car appears in the garden, and Bill and Ben decide to give Whoops the ride of a lifetime.||23 November|
|59||7||The Rainbow||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben try to catch a rainbow - but it is not easy as it first appears.||16 November|
|60||8||Tin Can Telephones||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben learn how to make a telephone with tin cans and string, and use it to rescue Boo.||30 November|
|61||9||The Magnet||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben find a magnet, which helps them to find Slowcoach's lost spectacles.||7 December|
|62||10||Home Sweet Home||Chris Allen||Tad, the frog next door, moves in and soon tires Bill and Ben out.||14 December|
|63||11||Down in the Cellar||Jimmy Hibbert||While playing hide and seek, Ben discovers the cellar.||21 December|
|64||12||A Gnome's Best Friend||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben are worried that Garden Gnome does not have any friends.||21 August|
|65||13||Water Water Everywhere||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben rescue Rose from a garden sprinkler, but things go wrong when they flood Slowcoach's house.||22 August|
|66||14||Balloon Tricks||Chris Allen||Tad has played a trick on Bill and Ben, so when they find a hot air balloon they get their own back.||23 August|
|67||15||Bubble Trouble||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben find a washing-up liquid bottle. They decide to mix the contents with water, and Whoops finds himself in deep bubble trouble!||24 August|
|68||16||The Perfect Nut||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben find a new game to play and have great fun playing it. Unfortunately, they get so distracted that they forget they are supposed to be looking after Scamper's baby nephew.||25 August|
|69||17||Flowerpot Band||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben hear many musical noises in the garden. When they put them all together, they make some wonderful music.||26 August|
|70||18||Slowcoach Gets Cross||Chris Allen||Slowcoach is not impressed by the drawings made by Bill and Ben, and gets upset when they accidentally break his favourite picture.||27 August|
|71||19||Every Cloud Has A Silly Lining||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben decide to make a cloud and Slowcoach discovers that the joke's on him when they make a thunderstorm too!||28 August|
|72||20||Whimsy The Brave||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben go on a climbing adventure with Tad and they find that Tad is afraid of heights until Whimsy the spider comes to help him.||29 August|
|73||21||Weed's Birthday||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill, Ben and their friends prepare a special birthday surprise for Weed.||30 August|
|74||22||A Cellar Full of Noise||Chris Allen||When Bill and Ben search the garden for a wooden draught that's gone missing from their game, they hear strange sounds.||31 August|
|75||23||Snow Place Like Home||Jimmy Hibbert||When Slowcoach tells Bill and Ben about igloos, they decide to make one for themselves – but they're no eskimos.||1 September|
|76||24||Bouncing Cobwebs||Chris Allen||Bill and Ben make a sledge and find out how magical Whimsy's cobwebs can be.||2 September|
|77||25||The Big Thaw||Jimmy Hibbert||Bill and Ben decide to have a game of football. But where's the ball? Thistle says she hasn't seen it, but when the snow thaws it's clear she lied.||3 September|
|78||26||Winter Sports||Chris Allen||Bill, Ben and Tad take part in a sports contest in the snowy garden.||4 September|
UK VHS and DVD releases
|VHS or DVD title||Release date||Episodes|
|Bill and Ben Flower Pot Men (BBCV )||6 February||Musical Vegetables, Scarecrow, Flying Boots, Icicles|
|Bill and Ben Flower Pot Men 2: Tales from the Bottom of the Garden (BBCV )||4 June||Bath in Hat, Cabbages, Bellows, Stickmen|
|The Very Best of Bill and Ben Flower Pot Men (BBCV )||6 September||Stickmen, Scarecrow, Bath in Hat, Musical Vegetables, Cabbages|
|Bill and Ben: Flobbadobba Fun! (BBCV )||2 April||The Tortoise and the Pots, The Hottest Day, One of Our Spiders is Missing, Sticky Problems, Litterhog|
|Bill and Ben: Garden Games (BBCV )||17 September||Weed Sees The World, Phwoooar, Here Comes The Sun, Ben Has A Visitor, Treasure Garden|
|Bill and Ben: Flowerpot Friends (BBCV )||20 May||Around and Around, A Night To Remember, Game for a Laugh, The Great Worm Hunt, Two New Flowerpot Men|
|Bill and Ben: Here Comes the Sun and Other Stories||Here Comes the Sun, Treasure Garden, Weed Sees the World|
|Bill and Ben: Go Fly a Kite (2EDVD)||8 September||Go Fly a Kite, The Tortoise and the Pots, A Piece of Sky, The Hottest Day, Litterhog, Sticky Problems|
|Bill and Ben: Here Comes the Sun (2EDVD)||8 September||Here Comes the Sun, In Search of Lettuce, The Big Time Band, One of Our Spiders is Missing, Phwoooar, Around and Around|
The programme is unrelated to another set of characters called Bill and Ben, which have been confused with the Flower Pot Men, including in the initial versions of two obituaries of retired headteacher Hilda Brabban, published in The Independent and BBC's in-house magazine Ariel respectively, and also in Bills, a episode of the BBC panel show QI hosted by Stephen Fry. All three sources later corrected their statements. Brabban sold three stories about a Bill and Ben to the BBC in the 's; but other than their names, they bore no resemblance to the Flower Pot Men. Brabban's stories were broadcast on the radio programme Listen with Mother in ; the Bill and Ben of the Flower Pot Men were first seen on the television programme Watch with Mother in Both programmes were produced by Freda Lingstrom. During her later life Brabban suffered a stroke and later maintained she did invent the characters used in the BBC series; this prompted lawyers, acting on behalf of the estate of the show's creator, Freda Lingstrom, to threaten Brabban with litigation if she appeared on television to propagate this claim.
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