For a few modifications to the procedure, if you don't have a spare bucket, head to your local second-hand store for a cheap one that can get the job done! While shopping, consider the size that you are going to make. Larger sizes are great for an outdoor patio or back yard with big plants, while smaller ones are perfect to go on tables or counter tops indoors.
If you’re thinking about making a smaller one or just want to add an extra artistic touch, personalize your creation by drawing, writing, or coloring the outside with some colored permanent markers. This makes your project a great gift to a friend or family member that nobody will be able to match. But, when your pot turns out too good-looking to give away, it can be an unforgettable decorative centerpiece in your home. Just don’t forget to sign your name on all your hard work! Contact us for more fun DIY ideas.