DIY Concrete Death Star Planter Or Candleholder

DIY Concrete Death Star Planter Or Candleholder
Have you already enjoyed the new Star Wars episode? We have! And I can’t wait to share this adorable Star Wars inspired tutorial! The supplies are Death Star ice molds, cement, quartz sand, a funnel, a small terracotta pot, a bucket, a trowel, duct tape, tealight candles and some old newspaper. First you have to... 
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6 Winter Container Combos To Brighten Up Your Outdoors

6 Winter Container Combos To Brighten Up Your Outdoors
If you’re striving for a garden with four-season appeal, don’t overlook your pots. Instead of retiring them for winter, fill them with an eye-catching combo of cold-hardy plants and cuttings. The extra textures and color will instantly brighten your garden’s dreariest season. Evergreen boughs, interesting pods and cones, and colorful stems and berries are just... 
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DIY Winter Planter For Outdoor Christmas Decor

DIY Winter Planter For Outdoor Christmas Decor
Winter planters are among the most popular outdoor decorations, let’s make your own one. Gather all your planter supplies and decide on a theme for your planter. Place your central object in the middle of the planter, face the best side outwards. Build your base of evergreens around the central object. Use a combination of... 
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Tiny And Natural DIY Acorn Planters To Try

Tiny And Natural DIY Acorn Planters To Try
Guys, we’ve found a perfect and super easy idea for planting! A cool planter that needn’t any crafting – just find a couple of acorns outside, i’m sure that they’ve already fallen down or buy some at the market. Take the horny part and just put some soil inside, then plant some tiny herbs or... 
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Easy DIY Vertical Garden For Your Kitchen

Easy DIY Vertical Garden For Your Kitchen
It’s almost winter and for many of us the outdoor gardening season is over. But we can still do it inside! The supplies are 3 plastic pots, spray paint, awl, small clear hooks, potting soil and succulents. Grab your awl and apply pressure to your plastic pot about an inch down from the top. You... 
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DIY White And Gold Painted Terra Cotta Pots

DIY White And Gold Painted Terra Cotta Pots
We’ve already seen lots of creative DIYs with terra cotta pots, and today I’d like to continue the topic with this tutorial from pastelsandmacarons.com. The supplies are 3 terra cotta pots, gold spray paint, white spray paint, painters tape, dot stickers, 3 cacti, an old sheet or large piece of cardstock. Begin by spray painting... 
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DIY Tiny Hand Painted Terra Cotta Pots

DIY Tiny Hand Painted Terra Cotta Pots
Continuing yesterday theme of terra cotta pots, i’d like to share a tutorial for paiting them. If you have a couple of regular terra cotta pots and want to spruce them up, it’s very easy! The supplies are 1 small paintbrush, black acrylic paint and 4 tiny terra cotta planters. Get some water and a... 
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12 Most Original And Cute DIY Succulent Planters

12 Most Original And Cute DIY Succulent Planters
Succulents are everybody’s love now and many of us have these cuties at home because they look awesome and are easy to handle. get the best home for your succulent with these cool planter tutorials! Of course, you can take any planter you like but these ones accentuate succulent shapes at their best and look... 
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DIY Newspaper Pots For Growing Seedlings

DIY Newspaper Pots For Growing Seedlings
In this tutorial, we will share how to make small paper cups for the growing seedlings. Although they seem fragile, the cups are easy to make and have many advantages, as discussed below. Take a plastic pipe (PVC) with a minimum diameter of 7 cm and a length between 15 and 18 cm. Make a... 
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Cute And Easy DIY Mini Granite Pots

Cute And Easy DIY Mini Granite Pots
These mini pots look like real granite! To make them you’ll need PVC 3″ pipe sockets, granite effect spray paint, painters’ tape, spray primer. Go outside and setup a safe spray paint station. Spray with the primer, let dry. Spray with your granite spray and wait about an hour to do a second coat. Stay... 
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