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This is a great way to use those broken clay pots, and I have a lot of those!

Forget Me Nots (Alaska State Flower) FYI: These seeds turn black and stick to everything. Thus they reseed themselves. I recommend that you pull them out of the ground and toss. I actually give plants away on craigslist every spring. Some people bring me plants in exchange.

Considering painting my flip-flop flower pot to give in a more artistic look. Good inspiration.

#homesfornature - love this planter :-) would be great to paint clay pats and set among red plants

Upcycled mini wooden eggs to create a spring time robin's nest. Could be an adorable favor for a baby shower, too! #BabyCenterBlog

monogram letter in flower pot. This would be a great little house warming gift.

Pretty custom herb decals on Etsy. A Sharpie works too (if you have handwriting like this).

Not interested in chalking them, but like the idea of the tiers!

Paint pots in whimsical colors and def only use in shaded are w shade loving plants if u live in a hot area! Those pots dry out super fast (even when painted) and the water would just spill out of the top. Could seal the inside w paint and spray sealer. Use water gel mixed w soil to hold in moisture.

This is a pretty way to add color to your backyard, especially if you don't have that much space.

Pigment-Dyed Pots Garden containers need not be only terra-cotta. Our ideas for creative flowerpots and containers will enhance the beauty of their contents. For cheerful containers, stain pots in colors that complement their contents. Terra-cotta is very porous, so it's important to use materials that won't harm the plants, like the all-natural powdered pigments shown at left.