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Pentagonal Planter

Such a cool concrete holder for your little plants!

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Inspired by Spring: Easy DIY Tea Cup Planter Party Favors

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Diy: Concrete Planters

2 copper - one cement grouped together with succulents (lounge room or kitchen bench) DIY

DIY PLANTERS :: Making Hypertufa Pots Tutorial :: Hypertufa is a stonelike material that mimics a type of rock. Make flower pots (or balls/pillars) in any shape & size w/ just THREE INGREDIENTS!!! She shows you her method & here is Matha Stewart's method (w/ patterns on the outside & different shapes): www.marthastewart... & one more method w/ GOOD TIPS: www.itsnotworkits...

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How to: Make Easy and Elegant DIY Concrete Planters

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DIY Succulent Planter Tutorial

From a candle holder to a succulent planter. This simple tutorial will bring nature inside with minimal care required!

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Concrete Garden Planters & Stepping Stones

Diy concrete planters stepping stones etc

Covering old food containers with concrete to use as planters. Given the wide variety of shapes things come in, you could have a lot of fun with this. Top it off with textured stone spray paint, and you have a really cool "rock" planter for all your earthy design needs.

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Top 10 Colorful Spring Blossoms

Beautiful concrete planters

Make Your Own Hypertufa Container - Hypertufa looks like stone but weighs less and takes whatever shape you want. - Tutorial here: www.finegardening... by Michelle Gervais

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Home Remedy to Make Eyelashes Grow

Beautiful DIY Succulent Terrariums - Super easy ! Just layer succulent potting soil, rocks, and cactus. Love this !

Succulents were extremely popular on 60s patios because they are easy to care for and hard to kill. And they are very pretty, too!