Today I’m sharing a quick roundup of easy DIY planters that can be made in two hours or less.
More planters? What? Is this the planter blog now? Well, kind of. This month’s At Home DIY theme was 2 hour DIYs, and planters are the perfect thing to make in 2 hours or less! In fact, my project for this month’s challenge was a hanging planter, which I’ve included in the roundup below.
There were a few other planters from some of the other participants, so I’m going to be sharing those. I’m also going to be including some of my own quick planter projects peppered throughout. I hope you find something that inspires you to get creative this afternoon.
My friend Toni did something similar to Kenya's planter, except she didn't use a bucket. In fact, she used something I've pondered using for a cheap large DIY planter for a while...and yes I'm going to keep you in suspense about what it is 😉
While this DIY from my friend Lindsay might not necessarily be from scratch, she gave a drab looking planter a great makeover by painting it and then painting a mud cloth pattern on in a different color. And, bonus—she used DecoArt paints, which you know are my favorites!
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