DIY Clay Pots for Small Plants

Flowers are so beautiful, colored, fragile and full of life that we almost cannot resist without them even in our small apartment. They may represent the green spot of our home, the speechless friend that waits for us at home or the happy corner of our home. There are people who adore flowers of all kinds or some specific types of flowers so that know everything about them and especially take care of them. Those who love apartment flowers take care of them and even come to a moment when it is necessary to make some changes for these types of flowers as they have multiplied. Each plant may have a little one near it that will definitely need a new place for it. In this case you have to search some new flower pots for the new little plants so that every apartment flower will sit comfortably and will have the necessary space to grow and develop.

If you are in the same situation but you do not want to spend too much money on the flower pots, here it is an idea. You may create your own DIY Clay Pots which are perfect for your small apartment flowers. They also may be used as some nice gifts for your friends or family.

For this DIY project you may need some materials like: a knife, some oven-bake clay, a rolling pin, some non-stick baking paper, a ruler, a smoothing tool and some templates. Now you are ready to begin your job which will take some time but will help you save some money and bring you so much satisfaction.{found on sayyestohoboken}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on May 17th, 2012


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