Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Weekly Tip: Twine Covered Pots

I'm really trying to get back into my Weekly Tip routine but I'm not going to lie...it's been a struggle! There's just so much to blog about -- the tips just get away from me. Anyways, here's a fun, easy, and QUICK little DIY.

Introducing: Twine Covered Pots.

Well actually, I didn't even have to buy a clay pot. I just attached the twine right onto the cheap plastic. Saved a few pennies. Win. So, I'm sure laying out the steps will seem a bit unnecessary but I'll do it anyways.

I found these little succulents at Lowe's for like $2.50

I grabbed a roll of twine from Walmart for $5.00 {I still have plenty left...hoping I won't go twine crazy!}

I glued it on....

And it's done!

All within an episode of Cake Boss...


19 comments:

  1. ooo super cute idea!! i love your new blog layout/look- super cute.

    www.andreabrionnephoto.blogspot.com

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  2. Very cute! I love this ideaa for my sister's new house. It would go great with her beachy/organic theme in her family room. I may have to make some for her!

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  3. These are way too stinkin cute. I'm in LOVE!!

    Stopping by from the W/W Hop and following. Hope you can come by and return the follow.
    Happy Wednesday!
    ~Carolyn
    Cookin' for my Captain

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  4. These are sooo cute and I LOVE the tray they are on!

    Jenny
    www.simcoestreet.blogspot.com

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  5. These are very cute! I love twine with small succulents. That tray is pretty cool too!

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  6. These are adorable!! (and, like everyone else, I love the tray they are sitting on, too!)

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  7. Darling idea - and very clever!! I'm your latest GFC follower from Welcome Wednesday - yes, I know I'm two days late but I needed an extra day to catch up with life!! Hope you can stop by and return the favor soon.
    http://www.shaunanosler.blogspot.com/

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  8. Soo cute- what a great gift idea too!! Would love for you to come share at Feathered Nest Friday at my blog sometime! :)

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  9. Very cute! Isn't nice to get such instant gratification from a project? Love it.

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  10. Those are really adorable! Hello, Newest follower from Welcome Wed. Would love for you to consider following me back. Thanks! Malia
    www.yesterdayontuesday.com

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  11. These might be the most adorable little things I've ever seen and I'll totally be doing this at home! Great blog, am a new follower :).

    http://marleeindebt.blogspot.com/

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  12. I'm a real fan of this! You've inspired me to try it myself.

    I'm your newest follower.

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  13. Those pots are adorable. What a quick and cheap way to spruce up a store pot.

    I am a new follower from the Boost My Blog Hop. Would love a follow back at http://messforless.blogspot.com
    Thanks

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  14. O my goodness! These look so great! I am honestly amazed at the difference it made! And I also love the tray you have them on - so cute!

    I'm pinning this to hopefully do later! :)

    Brie @
    BreezyPinkDaisies

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  15. You are so awesome that I featured you this week at my Hookin Up with HoH party!

    Feel free to stop by and grab a button if you'd like. :)

    Allison @ House of Hepworths

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  16. Hi there~ just stopping back by to say thanks so much for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday! :)

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  17. That is easy and inexpensive and looks great! I like it!
    Thanks.
    Susie
    Saw a link at Katherines Corner!

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  18. I love how these mini planters turned out -- and it seems like a pretty easy DIY! I just included them in a round-up of terra cotta planter pot makeovers over at Match Made on Hudson :)

    Charlie @ Match Made On Hudson

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