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    • Bailey Hoffman

      Make your own terra cotta tiered planter. By the end of the summer the ivy was growing down the sides and the flowers were thriving even more! Stack pots on crushed coke cans to create the tiered look and at the same time allowing the water to drain. "H"

    • Carole Bresler

      tiered planter - use chalkboard paint to write your address on the front!

    • Sanne Bjerg

      Make your own terra cotta tiered planter. Cool with the house number.

    • Suzy McNeilly

      I need to try it this year. DIY Terracotta Planter - Gluesticks

    • Jackie Collins

      house number on a planter.. and maybe the black and blue color?

    • Yummy Sweeties

      Tiered planter with house number

    • Missy Reel

      Flower Pot with house number

    • Kathryn Powell

      Front porch flower pot idea

    • Crafty Runner Mom

      DIY tiered strawberry pot

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