Flowers are a beautiful creation of nature. Any shrub or small plant looks extremely beautiful to the eye when it is in bloom. Such beauty imparts a soothing sensation to our tired selves after a long day’s work. You should take good care of the green plot in front of and around your house that you call a garden area.
Transform the Look of Your Home with Recycled DIY Planters
With greenery disappearing at so fast a rate from the earth’s surface, you can do your part to prevent it from happening any further. You can easily induce more greenery in your house and its interiors using the simple art of using DIY recycled planters. The more greenery that you find around yourself, the more relaxed you will feel. Plants have the natural tendency to bring upon us an aesthetic sense of well being. They soothe us. Sit in a balcony full of flowerpots and you will feel happy looking at the blossoms that look up your way.
Planters are items of garden decoration that increase the gardens ornamental beauty manifold. To top that fact, the making of recycled planters is neither as difficult as neither rocket science nor does it make you dig deep into your pockets. You can create many interesting recycled planters from so many household items with the least wastage of money. These reused objects of your household will prove to be the best holders for those pretty clusters of spring blossoms.
Items You Can Use to Make Recycled Planters:
- Yogurt tubs
- Wooden fruit crates
- Mason jars
- Old chest of drawers
- Coffee bags
- Broken urns
- Paint cans
- Tree stumps
Come embrace the green way to amp up your decor with these DIY recycled planters.
A few supplies are all you require to make this DIY strainer wind chime planter – a strainer, metal chainlinks, spoons and hot glue!
A tea party for your plants! Apply a fresh coat of paint to old cups, teapots and plants and transform them into these adorable planters.
An awesome DIY old tire wall planter. Put it up on your garden shed wall or in your patio!
Another Colorful DIY planter idea with old tires.
Corner gardens with reporposed wooden crates! Use fruit crates or wine crates to make lovely and inexpensive DIY planters
DIY Cinder Block planter for the corner of your yard. Make your own using a cement bag, sand, gravel, water.
DIY planters to decorate your garden, interior and patio looks!
Diy Small Succulent Wall Planter that you can make with a mesh wire any time you want!
Don’t dump your kid’s old toy trucks. Make these unique toy truck planters out of those and make your garden look great!
If you are a fan of container gardening, you’ll love this DIY garbage can planter.
Instead of tossing old towels, make these Towel Wrapped Textured Planters
Make an indoor herb garden with an old ladder and a few tin containers from the thrift store.
Make textured DIY planters with old tins wrapped with flower petlas or big leaves. Crepe fabric also works.
Make these Kitchen Counter Herb Planters with repurposed tins. Metallic paint coats make them look rustic!
Make these super adorable pop bottle piglet planters and reduce your carbon footprint like a boss!
Make this easy and unique planter with clothespins that you can pick up at low prices.
Make this gorgeous cascading planters with pallets. Cut out holes on the sides big enough to accomodate your ariel plants.
Make your patio come alive with these tree stump planters. Hollow out logs or old stumps to make beautiful and inexpensive planters for your outdoors.
Mason Jar succulent planters are simple to make and look adorable anywhere you place them in the house.
Now you know what to do with your old car tires. This DIY tire teacup plater is great for the frontyard!
Old crates transformed into planters look awesome both indoors and out on the porch.
Reduce energy spent recycling and make these cute DIY Soda Bottle Kitty Planters.
These concrete planters require you to use a bag of cement and some thrifty containers to use as mold!
These DIY cutlery planters with kettles are just the thing for rustic decor!
These exotic DIY sea shell planters need really few supplies- sea shells, a plastic pot or container and glue!
These modern DIY succulent planters take minutes to put together and makes for some chic decor for inside the home
This awesome diagram for a 3-tier planter can have you making these all the time.These are great for container gardening.
This DIY modern bench planter looks stunning in the patio. You can plant softer plants like geraniums or mums. A couple of big plastic pots look good!
This DIY Train Planter is made out of old crates. Kids will love this project!
This Halloween planter requires plastic pumpkins. Use small potted plants to fill the top of the punmpkins.
Tin Cans can be turned into chic planters for succulents. To achieve this marbled look, use acrylic paint or nail polish.
Visit the thrift store to get some items that you can assemble into cute DIY planters. Be creative and keep the laws of balance in mind!
Wood pallets or even a simple plank can be converted into this awesome entryway plank planter with pegs.
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