If you find your usual garden pots boring, make these interesting and cool-looking DIY Fruit Planters!
1. Fruit And Veggie Planter
Create a set of planters that resembles any fruit or vegetable by just using glass dishes and acrylic paint. Over The Big Moon has the tutorial.
2. DIY Fruit Planters
Spray paint terracotta pots with several coats and draw the features of a fruit you like. Here’s a tutorial for every planter that you see in the picture above.
3. DIY Clay Fruit Planter
Cover mini terra cotta pots with air dry clay in shape as if pineapple and strawberry and add details using ruler or brush. Watch the tutorial below:
4. Fruit Succulent Planters
Imitate the appearance of tropical plants on wooden vases by painting them with acrylic paint and adding little extra details. The tutorial is on Yesterday On Tuesday.
5. Fruit Terracotta Pots
Just a few coats of spray paint and other details using a marker can transform a terracotta pot into a fruit-inspired planter. Have a look at Created By V.
6. DIY Neon Pineapple Planter
Shape air dry clay in a hollow pineapple like figure and paint it with acrylic paint. You can even add diagonal lines to the planter using a knife. The tutorial is available at I Spy DIY.
7. Crochet Pineapple Planter
If you’re a crochet enthusiast, then consider making this planter that looks similar to a pineapple. For reference, watch the video below:
8. Pineapple Mason Jar
Transform a simple mason jar into a pineapple themed jar using gloss enamel, glass stain, brush, glue, and paint brush. Visit Mad In Crafts.
9. Watermelon Slice Planter
You’ll need two semi-circle wood pieces, 6X6 wood boards, paint, screw, and paint brushes. Understand the instructions at Blog Lovin.
10. Pumpkin Planters
See how you can convert a plastic pumpkin into this rustic and vintage like planter in a few steps. You need plastic pumpkins, knife, paint, soil, and succulents.
Also Read: Amazing Watermelon Life Hacks
11. Magnetic Pineapple Planters
Attach magnets to a pineapple shaped clay to display it on your fridge or any other magnetic board. Follow the tutorial at Camilleiam.