Ideas for decorating flower pots

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I haven't found any pictures of flowerpots decorated with CD mosaic but I found this decoration:

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I think it looks really interesting but for me it's too shiny. This is more my style, I wish I was better at crocheting:

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I think it looks really interesting but for me it's too shiny. This is more my style, I wish I was better at crocheting:

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You definitely like the style of putting sweaters on your plants.
I see that sweater theme on a lot of your posts.

This is cute. How about a potted plant wreath?

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I really like the one on the left, too. Instead of looking like someone put items on it, it looks more like it's a cracked pot and more natural. Love it. <3

ACSAPA - That wreath is awesome. I bet it's really heavy, though.
 
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You definitely like the style of putting sweaters on your plants.
I see that sweater theme on a lot of your posts.

Lol:D Yes, I love it - sweaters are soft and pretty. So beware, because I'll find even more pictures of this style:D

But, for a change, here are nicely painted cans:

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The painted cans are pretty. Someone decided to upcycle an old tire into a planter. It's kind of cool.

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Someone else decided to use old rain boots as planters.
It's not my style but it's cute.
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This log planter is also cool.
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ACSAPA, I love the last picture in your first post, it looks great, it's so natural. I'd like to have a planter like this in my garden, I must look for a branch that would be big enough.

I also love all the sweater and lace decorations:D

This decoration feels like spring and it's so easy to make, you just need a ribbon and some fabric:

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It's a chair planter. That's one way to save a chair that has a seat in bad shape.

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These are old wine bottles that have been cut.

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These old wine bottles look gorgeous, I really need to learn how to cut glass:p
Bear-rarium is very cute.

As a bow addict, I have to post this adorable decoration:

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There are a lot of ingenious ideas on here. I keep checking back, and each time, I see new ideas ! I saw a picture today where someone had used the plastic milk jugs, but the turned then long ways, and then cut the top out, so they made a longer planter instead of a taller one like you usually see made from a milk jug. I was thinking that the same thing can be done with a plastic pop bottle turned on its side, and the top opened up .
 
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ACSAPA, these birdcages look so pretty!
Happyflowerlady, are you talking about something like this?:

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I think it might be very practical to have a container like this:)

This is one cute flowerpot:

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I like that smiley flower pot, Claudine. This is a mosaic planter made out of an old chair. My favorite part of it is the tiny pair of sunglasses.

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