Cool DIY Distressed Toolbox Planter

Cool DIY Distressed Toolbox Planter
Remember we’ve told you about some cool wooden planters? Here’s one more project from beckhamandbelle.com! You’ll need 1×8 – 8 ft long board, 26×7.25 piece of 1/4 inch plywood, 1 30-inch long 1″ diameter wood dowel, stain of your choice, green spray paint, Elmer’s glue, beige, taupe or off-white latex paint. There are a few... 
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DIY Mini Wooden Succulent Planters

DIY Mini Wooden Succulent Planters
We often see eye-catching planters made of some unusual materials, and even a bunch of usual wooden buns can be turned into a couple of creative planters! Don’t believe it? Here’s a proof from earnesthomeco.com! These planters were created from wooden bun feet for furniture. Prepare a small wooden bun, a drill with a boring... 
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How To Easily Age Terracotta Pots

How To Easily Age Terracotta Pots
Got some usual terra cotta pots that you want to spruce up a little? Here’s a way from thewhimsicalwife.com. the supplies are an unsealed terracotta pot & saucer, size of your choice, lime powder, a bowl, a spoon, a paint brush, water, water based paint of your choice, newspaper, 120 grit sandpaper, a plant of... 
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Tiny DIY LEGO Pots With Sharpie Patterns

Tiny DIY LEGO Pots With Sharpie Patterns
This is the easiest planter I’ve ever seen! The only thing that it’s suitable only for tiny plants like succulents or very small flowers. You’ll need only a couple of big LEGOs, sharpies, soil and plants. So, take your sharpies and create patterns that you like – just let your imagination go wild! Here the... 
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How To Make A Vertical Pallet Garden

How To Make A Vertical Pallet Garden
I’m sure that everyone has already seen those vertical pallet gardens, which are super comfy and save a lot of space. Interested how to make one? Prepare a pallet, a piece of plastic, scissors, a large upholstery stapler, soil and your plants. Cover the bottom, back and sides of the pallet with plastic, cut the... 
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10 Beautiful And Creative DIY Decoupage Planters

10 Beautiful And Creative DIY Decoupage Planters
Do you love decoupage like we do? This is a cool technique that allows creating masterpieces, whatever you make; it is the art of decorating an object by gluing colored fabric or paper cutouts onto it in combination with special paint effects, gold leaf and so on. Such a planter can become an amazing decoration... 
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DIY Funny Faces Painted Plant Jars For Kids’ Rooms

DIY Funny Faces Painted Plant Jars For Kids’ Rooms
If you need a couple of super fun and creative planter for your kids’ room, then this tutorial from hellowonderful.co is right what you need! Prepare white spray paint, old glass jars, paint markers, soil, small plants. In a well ventilated area, spray paint your jars white. This may take a couple of coats to... 
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12 Cute DIY Tea And Coffee Cup Planters

12 Cute DIY Tea And Coffee Cup Planters
If you want a cool and creative planter, and all those concrete or wooden planters seem too boring or ordinary for you, then I’ve got a brilliant idea! Tea and coffee cups can become wonderful planters and pots, and such a project won’t take a lot of time. Take cups you like and decorate them:... 
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DIY Floral Decoupage Terra Cotta Planters

DIY Floral Decoupage Terra Cotta Planters
These incredibly beautiful pots are made using decoupage technique and amazing floral textiles, let’s have a look at this super fast and easy tutorial by placeofmytaste.com. The supplies are pretty decorative napkins, mod podge, a paintbrush, paint, scissors. First paint your pots and let the paint completely dry. While the paint was drying, cut out... 
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Cute DIY Fabric Cup Succulent Planters

Cute DIY Fabric Cup Succulent Planters
We’ve seen many cool planters but these ones from efzin-creations.blogspot.gr are especially cozy and cute! You’ll need some cups of your choice, lace ribbon, glue, white glue, buttons and of course fabric scraps. Take fabric scraps and linen and glue them with diluted white glue to the cups. Leave them for a night to dry... 
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