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  • Emily Burger-Ellenberger

    Use plastic planters instead of clay because of the weight...... Gotta make one for front steps now.

  • Erin Hennigan

    Used plastic planters instead of clay because of the weight. I want to make this for the front porch! After tax season project!

  • Lindsay Gardner

    Used plastic planters instead of clay because of the weight...... Gotta make one for front porch now. MUST HAVE AT MY FRONT DOOR!

  • Terre Carroll

    Used plastic planters instead of clay because of the weight...... Gotta make one for front porch now.Love the color of the plastic containers too

  • 🍧  Patricia  🍰

    Used plastic planters instead of clay because of the weight...... cute idea for the front door

  • Debra Pomerantz

    Flower Pots: Used plastic planters instead of clay because of the weight.

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