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    • Melissa

      Dress up simple plastic pots: adhere sheet moss to smaller pots or wrap wooden fencing around bigger pots.

    • Donna ❦

      All Dressed Up Moss or fence covered pots

    • Kelly Bower of Creative Spirit

      All Dressed Up... from plastic pot to proud to display | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

    • Susanna Spell

      All Dressed Up | Step-by-Step Instructions on Covering Cheap Planter Pots with Moss or Fencing

    • Jamali Floral & Garden Supplies

      Give your basic outdoor pots an upgrade by wrapping smaller pots in sheet moss, and our black bamboo fencing and willow fencing around bigger pots. It's a @Martha Stewart Living good thing!

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