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Christmas Ornament Planters

By GordonHawk
December 21, 2012

Here's an idea for turning a large hollow Christmas ornament into a planter.

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Name: Vicki
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vic
Dec 21, 2012 4:06 AM CST
Very NICE Gordon - Thank You! Hurray! Thumbs up
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CarolineScott
Dec 21, 2012 4:45 AM CST
Thanks for a really good idea.
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critterologist
Dec 21, 2012 8:41 PM CST
Clever! I knew I'd been hanging onto those clearance-priced silver balls for some reason.... mine are only 5 or 6 inches across, but that will work for a lot of the little plants that aren't big enough for a regular basket yet... I love your spider plant, and I can also see doing a collection of different succulents, each in its own little ball.

I also want to use some to make decorative balls with self adhesive drywall tape and Qwikwall.








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