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Recycled Wine Glass Planters

By: Michelle Leslie from acraftymix.com
Updated January 19, 2018
Recycled Wine Glass Planters
Recycled Wine Glass Planters

"I don't know what is it with wine glasses, but they always seems to break off near the stem when someone drops them. Which happens quite often in our house, especially after the festive season ;-) But here's the thing, I don't actually mind at all because they can be turned into these awesome coconut planters and that's way more fun than throwing them away. Just add an empty coconut shell and some succulents and you've got a one of a kind rustic planter."

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This is such a super idea to use broken wine glass stems and a coconut half and make this recycled wine glass planter. I love the succlentsin them but I can see some other flowers too. Would this not look good on a summer day get together on the outside tables or even an outdoor wedding. You could even paint the stem or wrap it with lace. The planter will even be a great gift too.

What a creative idea to use a coconut to replace the broken glass. I love the tropical look of them, too.

This is amazing, and I can't believe I never thought to do this.

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