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Natural elements and botanical prints add a wonderful, relaxing feeling to any decor. These easy to make leaf shapes are showcased in an old window frame, creating inexpensive wall art great for any room.
Upcycle old cans into these adorable Mini Succulent Planters. You can use them to decorate your home or give these out as budget-friendly wedding favors. Succulents are great starter plants and these small aluminum cans make for the perfect planter to hold your mini succulent. You can also decorate the tin to reflect your wedding or baby shower theme, or decorate them to match your house. So next time you find yourself with some empty tuna or soup cans, set them aside and turn them into these adorable mini planters.
Who would have thought that a random key could be so crafty? If you have a key you're no longer using, use this Missing Key Plant Markers tutorial to create adorable plant stakes. This trash to treasure craft is great for kids and adults.
Use polymer clay and ceramic tiles and create beautiful mosaics to decorate your home. This garden mosaic set would be perfect for both indoors and out and would make a great gift for a fellow green thumb!
What's in a name? There's a whole lot of bright color in this personalized flower pot. Great for planting flowers outside or using as art supply storage inside, this clay pot craft is great for kids of all ages. Crafty kids can even decorate their own flower pot to suit their needs. This personalized planter idea is also a great gift idea for newly married couples or those celebrating the birth of a new baby.
Clay pot crafts like this Nature Lover's Palm Pot make a wonderful gift for a loved one's housewarming party. Decorate a simple terra cotta pot and plant a love palm or your favorite flowers and present as a gift that's sure to keep on giving!
Use recycled items like toilet paper rolls to make these Organic Seedling Planters. These DIY flower planters are great for kids as they learn how and why plants grow. This is a great project for Earth Day and an easy way to get seeds started!
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