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Succulent Planters Made From Recycled Food Containers

By: Kathy Owen from Petticoat Junktion
Updated June 01, 2020
Succulent Planters Made From Recycled Food Containers
Succulent Planters Made From Recycled Food Containers

"These recycled food containers never looked better. A little metallic spray paint and denim scraps turned the Spam cans and plastic Mushroom container into a trio of designer looking succulent planters. To make these planters I first thoroughly cleaned them with soap and water. My first thought was just to spray paint the containers but then I remembered the denim scraps I saved after I made my jeans into shorts. How fun would it be to decorate the succulent containers with denim?"

Primary TechniquePainting

Beginner

Materials List

  • Recycled Food Containers
  • Metallic Spray Paint
  • Denim Jean Scraps
  • Succulent Plants

Instructions

  1. Clean food containers with soap and water.

  2. Spray paint the clean, dry containers.

  3. Add Denim trim to each plant container if desired.

  4. Transplant succulents or small flower plants into the containers.

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