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Cute DIY Concrete Planters

By: smori from instructables.com
Cute DIY Concrete Planters
Cute DIY Concrete Planters
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Make adorable pots for your plants with these Cute DIY Concrete Planters. You can learn how to make your own concrete planter using a recycled plastic pop bottle and concrete mix. Be sure to wear your safety equipment, like gloves and goggles, while working on this DIY outdoor project. The homemade concrete planter will need several days to fully dry and set, so make sure you have a safe place to keep it. Once the cement is dry, you can draw a face on your planter, fill it with dirt, and put plants inside to look like hair!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteLonger than a weekend

MaterialsMixed Media, Recycled Materials

Primary TechniqueMixed Media

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This is another super way to plant your succulents with something fun and not just a plain boring pot. I love these cute concrete designs and the faces on them. I never realized that it was so easy to make one of these by using empty soda bottles and the concrete. these would look so cute indoors or out on the patio. How about painting them in glow in the dark paint in different colors for your deck. Wouldn't that look neat. Great tutorial and a video with another kind of planter using a water bottle.

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