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    • Kami Bryant

      Hypertufa Hands... made from surgical gloves and your favorite hypertufa or soil cement mix. I love this idea!

    • Mary Frances Rogers

      Hand planter - what a cool idea for a garden planter!

    • Glenda Ford

      This planter is made using a plastic/rubber glove and cement. The pinner found this idea through Pinterest from BlueFoxFarm.com, using surgical gloves and cement to create hand planters. Good spring project to add interest to the garden.

    • Cassie Smith

      Hypertufa hands made by filling plastic glove and placing them palm up in a terra cotta pot to achieve cupped hand position that can be planted! What a cool idea!!

    • 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.

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