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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, 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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