The ideas below will offer you extravagant pot ideas as your DIY project this weekend. Check all the information right on Cheap And Cheerful DIY Pot Ideas For Your Planter.
DIY Fabric Pot
Fabric pot looks costly but it is actually inexpensive. You will need exterior fabric where you can use faux leather and tribal print cotton. Then, for interior fabric, you may use a rain-resistant fabric, but anything plastic-like, shower resistant, or water-resistant would work. Last, sewing machine. After you collect all the materials, you will need to figure out the size of your fabric pot. Make the fabric pots slightly larger than your plants’ diameter.
Oxidized Copper Planter
It is an idea of transforming empty containers into new planters loaded with style. The supplies you will need for this project are empty can or jar (must be a straight cylinder), copper flashing or copper sheet, vinegar, rhododendron plant food, construction adhesive (if not using adhesive-backed flashing), heavy-duty cleaner (if you use polished copper), and polyurethane.
Decoupaged Terracota Pots
This gorgeous pot project is pretty with air-dry clay, you can make this graphic planter in any color and with any saying you want. The supplies you need are a simple planter, air-dry clay, mini alphabet cookie cutters, rolling pin, spray paint, and glue gun.
3D Graphic Planter
This DIY pot offers you a super expensive look. The supplies you need are a simple planter, air-dry clay, mini alphabet cookie cutters, rolling pin, spray paint, and glue gun.
Planter Out Of An Upcycled Can
It is a perfect project for growing trailing plants or succulents. The materials you need are an empty old bay can, drill and regular drill bit, spray paint, white adhesive vinyl, weeding tool, and transfer tape.
Brass Plate Wall Planter
Look at this classy and expensive DIY project. The supplies you need are 3 small brass planters, a wide woodcut, a brass kick plate, epoxy glue, and a popsicle stick, clamps, a drill and 3/16th drill bit, brass wing nuts, sawtooth hangers, white paint, and brush.
Simple Abstract Architecture Planter
A wrap-around design in this style will be perfect for a terracotta planter and will make it look like it’s worth a lot of bucks! The supplies you will need are a blank planter, permanent vinyl, transfer tape, Cricut joy, cut file, chalk, paint, and paintbrush.