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Use old coffee cans for hanging plants

Maybe an up cycle idea for all those used formula tins - Tin can vertical plant hanger and rustic painted wooden screen door. Love the screen door as a decorative element with potted plants surrounding.

Omg- THIS in the basement egress well!!!!   Sarah would LOVE to be mooned by a row of old pairs of jeans.  Rotfl.

Denim Jeans Planters DIY Easy Video Tutorial

Garden Fence Ideas

25+ Ideas for Decorating your Garden Fence (DIY)

DIY Plate and Hose Flower Garden Art This bright and colorful flower display won't need to be watered. See below for the diy and lots of other great ideas to brighten up those big blank walls in the yard using dish art, garden hoses and other fun stuff.

Using spray paint, a chain, and a hook, you can transform an old tire into a surprisingly lovely planter.

54 Ideas That Will Beautify Your Yard (Without Breaking the Bank)

The tire-swing planter that everyone wants! Hang a brightly painted aqua tire but instead of a swing, plant bright pink flowers inside the opening, love the cute gnome!

DIY Concrete Planter From An Old Towel Or A Fleece Blanket

Cement Rag Planters - painted with Rustoleum indoor/outdoor paint and sealed with Seal Krete multipurpose. Thicker, more absorbent towels/fleece make sturdier planters.

23 Repurposed Planter Ideas For Your Home & Garden • Grillo Designs

23 Repurposed Planter Ideas For Your Home & Garden

Clever planter ideas - Browse this awesome collection of repurposed and DIY planters for your home and garden.

Hanging leaf Bird bath, Pearl white with shinning copper, OOAK concrete Leaf, Hand painted, Yard art, Patio decor, Bird Bath, Bird feeder by LindasYardArt on Etsy

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I'm afraid I'm still not fully leaning towards the tiny 😉 concrete leave

I saw a plaster jean overall planter in a gardening shop one day and tried to figure out how to make it using things I had at home. I used a pair of my daughter's old jeans and four two-litre pop b.

Wrap one colander handle tightly with a half-yard of twine, pushing pieces together as you go to avoid gaps. Once covered, tie off and add a dab of glue to secure. Knot a yard of twine at each end of the handle. Repeat entire process with opposite handle. Next, line the colander with sheet moss and fill with potting soil and seasonal plants. (We used ferns and pansies.) Tie four lengths of twine together and hang.

50+ Cheerful & Fun Craft Projects for Spring

This would be gorgeous in a child care. Kids would just love it!

Sat Nite Special #88 - bringing the indoors out