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House Number DIY Planter Idea

By: Lynn Lilly from craftboxgirls.com
House Number DIY Planter Idea
House Number DIY Planter Idea
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Is this not the most adorable planter craft you've seen? Make sure guests can find your house by making the House Number DIY Planter Idea. This easy planter craft is quick, simple, and useful! Choose your color scheme and font, then simply add your house number to the planter. Sometimes the simplest ideas produce the cutest results! This is an ideal planter to have out year round. Simply swap out the plants based on the season, or you can even make multiple planters to swap out! Putting an evergreen tree inside would be lovely for winter, and tulips darling for spring.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaint

Primary TechniqueGardening

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • 2 different sized terra cotta pots
  • Outdoor sticker numbers
  • 2 Colors of Chalk Paint & Brushes
  • Plants and soil
  • Burlap Ribbon

Instructions

  1. Paint each pot with chalk paint.

  2. Apply sticker numbers to the front of the large pot.

  3. Use hot glue gun to add ribbon and bow.

  4. Fill soil halfway in the larger pot.

  5. Stack the smaller pot inside the larger pot.

  6. Plant the plants around the smaller pot in the larger pot.

  7. Fill top pot with soil and plant plants.

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It is kind of hard to see, but there are two planters, one smaller one put inside another larger one- each pot painted a different color. I like DIY crafts, and this one is so very easy. But it's kinda weird for me. I don 't understand the reasoning behind this- putting two pots into one. Perhaps I am over-thinking things. I also don't see the burlap ribbon anywhere on there. Great idea for lots of folks!

If you are looking for that something special to put on your front porch that also serves a purpose then why not check out this video of the house number planter. This is so creative and adds some beauty with the plants. You can change the flowers out too and if you do not want your house number on it put a saying. Very cleaver project.

We have three steps on our apartment stoop and this would be a cute decoration to show the apartment number. I plan on placing a single digit (25A) on a single pot and stair stepping them on the steps. My intentions are to slip a seasonal plant in the pot verses planting them. I can use this all year long.

This project will add curb appeal to the front of your home. The designer used terra cotta pots but I guess any pot will do for this project. Changing out the plant for the seasons will allow you to use the planter all year long.

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