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MINI stacked Mother's Day Pots...fun gift! I checked this pin out and I didn't find a tutorial. That freaks some people out, but this is not at all hard to make! Just look at the picture and let the creative juices flow lol!

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

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

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.

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Need: 1 12" flower pot , 1 saucer to go under the base pot (optional), 4 8" flower pots*, 1 4' garden stake (sturdy- steel covered in plastic- Wal-Mart), 20" of 1/2" PVC or similar (look around in your garage- you don't need much), Potting soil, Flowers/plants- 3-4 four-inch flower squares on each tier