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Tipsy Pots:)

Nine is Fine: Tipsy Pots Tuitorial These would make a great gift for a house warming.

Cascade of hanging terracotta pots

2 variations on the tipsy pot idea, One is table top and the other is hanging. read instructions here (tipsy pots?


Elizabeth O'Donnell I believe but Oh, I love that little tea pot! Wish I could find one. I have made two of these tipsy pot planters.so simple and so fun! I can hardly wait until spring so I can plant something in them.

Tipsy Pots  I really would like to make 2 oe 3 of these for my back yard...Maybe in really BOLD colors? Yellow, Orange, and Red?

Topsy Turvy Planters - Gardening on the Slant - The Gardening Coiok

Not crazy about the polka dots but cute idea! To make Tipsy Pots, you simply get whatever length of rebar you want (allowing for or more to be IN the ground). Then just slip the terra cotta pots over the rebar and and "tip" them as you go up.

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DIY Garden Planter & Birds Bath

My backyard just told me to make this :) DIY planter bird bath. My backyard just told me to make this :) DIY planter bird bath. My backyard just told me to make this :)

The best garden sign EVER (use locations like Oz, Wonderland, never land, who ville, happily ever after, Camelot, Lilliput)

DIY Project - This is such a cute idea for a child's bedroom or playroom, with each sign painted in a different color & font style. You can customize it to your child's favorite places in stories & real life. Awesome idea for a family DIY project.

flower pots, you could also use rebar and just set the rebar in the ground and eliminate the bottom pipes but this is cool

Tip-Top Flower Pots: Maximize Limited Space to Grow Plants and Flowers!

Tip-Top Flower Pots: Maximize limited space to grow plants and flowers! I want one of these filled with succulents and "creeping" plants that don't require much light to go behind the iris.