Learn How to Make an Easy DIY Seashell Planter and grow small plants like herbs and succulents in a unique looking, quick to make a pot!
Tired of using the same old pot designs that you get in the market? Learn How to Make an Easy DIY Seashell Planter in this article to grow your plants in style!
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How to Make an Easy DIY Seashell Planter
- Glazing Putty
- Spray Paint
- A Small Plastic Pot
1. Giving it a Shape
Cover a small plastic pot with a thick layer of glazing putty, including the rim and the base. Make sure to give it a smooth finish and clear off any bumps.
2. Spray Paint
Once you’ve covered the putty on the pot, start to spray paint it in the color of your choice. You can also mix some acrylic paint in the glazing putty before sticking it on the pot to give it a natural color.
3. Stick Sea Shells
Now, randomly secure the seashells by merely pressing them against the glazing putty and let it dry for a day.
4. Add Soil and Plants
Add the plants of your choice and spread the right amount of soil in the pot. You can grow succulents, herbs, cacti, or any plant that fits into the planter. Lastly, finish it off by putting some pebbles onto the soil!
5. Ready to Display!
This is how your DIY Seashell planter should look once complete. It’s a great idea to try on pots that you may wish to install indoors. They have a great aesthetic appeal, which can greatly enhance your home decor!