Who would have ever thought that gourds have other uses than just being a ‘plant’? Of course, we have heard about other fruits being used for something else – like the lemon peel used as an air freshener but, gourds? Really? How?
- You can use pigment to paint and write on the surface of dry gourd, and you can also practice carving on it to give full play to your imagination and talent. a perfect art craft.
- This gourd can be used as ornaments, placed in the desk, living room, room or dining table, bar, etc., adding artistic atmosphere to your environment.
My mother-in-law loves gardening and she introduced this project to me. At first, I was wary of the idea. I didn’t think it would work. But surprisingly, it did!
Well, we have to pay tribute to their hard skin. Because of it, gourds can be used as plant-box replacements. There’s no need to purchase plant boxes anymore; instead, you may plant your seeds inside the gourds. You may even decorate the outside, depending on your preference.
- Acrylic paint
- Clear Acrylic Sealer
- Butter knife
- Paint brushes
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Watch the video below to learn how to make a gourd planter…