Top 6 Creative DIY Planter Ideas

Top 5 Creative DIY Planter Ideas

Your home is the place where creativity flows. Is your inner DIY lover on a hunt for something new for decking up your home? Get ready to pretty up your indoor plants or garden as we have come up with a few creative DIY planter ideas that will blow your mind away! No, we won’t tell you to paint the waste cans and put them to use. We have unique and extremely beautiful ideas. Read on!

Use your Flip Flops

Use your Flip Flops

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Yes! You heard it right. Do you have an old pair of closed flip flops? Take them out, paint them, add in the soil along with the plant and hang them in your garden. It may sound odd, but it is definitely a creative DIY planter idea.

Try Coconut Shells

coconut planter

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Our next idea is the simplest. Use the coconut shells as a planter. Want to go all fancy? Paint them and hang them on your balcony!

Make Good use of Old Books

Make Good use of Old Books

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This one is for all the bookworms. Take out your old books, cut out a hole in the middle, place a plastic sheet in the hole and keep the plant along with the soil in the hole. Voila!

Pick the Bricks

brick

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Find one or two bricks, clean them and drill a hole in them. Plant your succulents in the hole and keep them in your garden. Isn’t it a unique one?

Use the Tires

Use the Tires

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Growing plants like Money plant and English ivy is super easy on tires. Get an old tire, paint it or don’t, add vines in them and deck up your balcony with it.

Put your Rain Boots to Use

Put your Rain Boots to Use

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Did you buy these vibrant rain boots, and now they are being ignored? Don’t worry. Put them to use, clean them, and grow a plant in them. Add it to your garden wall, and paint the wall with pastel shades so that the boots complement it.

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