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Tinned peaches turned succulent planter

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Tinned peaches turned succulent planter

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Funky Succulent Planters. 
(Made from tinned peaches cans)

Clean and wash can, no other prep required.

Paint with Linen White Chalked Paint. 

Print images on regular photocopy A4 paper.

Use Matt Modpodge to glue the image to the tin and then sealed

the whole tin with Modpodge as it also acts as a sealer. 
Filled the tin with a small handful of rocks before filling with a succulent potting mix and succulent. 

 

 

 

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Re: Tinned Peaches Turned Succulent Planter

@Amy04 This is REALLY so cool!! I can't wait to give this a go myself. Such a creative way to recycle which looks very achievable for many around their home.

 

Thanks a bunch for sharing as I'm sure this project will inspire many of our community members.

 

Mitchell


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Re: Tinned Peaches Turned Succulent Planter

They look fantastic @Amy04. Many thanks for sharing. I'm sure your creativity will inspire many members and visitors alike.

 

A very warm welcome to the community. We're really pleased to have you join us and look forward to reading more about your projects and plans. 

 

Please let me know if you ever need a hand getting the most from the site.

 

Jason

 

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