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  • Krista Bitzer

    Hypertufa hands made by filling plastic LOVE this idea. Fill glove with hypertufa and place them palm up in a terra cotta pot to achieve cupped hand position that can be planted.

  • Monika Schmid

    Fun succulent planter: fill old work glove with prepared cement, allow it time to set up, then remove glove and plant! Cute idea.

  • Mack Carpenter

    Hypertufa hands made from surgical gloves & your favourite hypertufa or soil cement mix - fill the gloves & place them palm up in a terracotta pot to achieve cupped hand position that can then be planted! Display them in a trough or pot to showcase succulents (",)

  • jll

    Hypertufa hand planter ~ made with surgical gloves and your favorite hypertufa or soil cement mix.

  • Sarah Mc Colgan

    Fill old work glove with prepared cement. Allow it time to set up. Remove glove and plant. Fun :) #DIY #garden #planter

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