Every now and then, it’s nice to come up with something to add an element of interest to a space. Gardens, for example, are wonderful places to put up quirky, exciting pieces. Whether you decide to choose a piece of furniture, a water feature, or trinkets, even the little things go a long way.
I have an aunt who’s constantly at work in her garden. When she’s unreachable by phone, we can easily find her in her favorite spot – planting, replanting, moving pots. For her birthday, we wanted to give her something that will reflect the garden-loving person that she is.
It was by sheer luck that my daughter came across this DIY project for unique burlap bag-shaped concrete planters. These planters are fun and quirky; eye-catching pieces that really stand out. We made several planters at once. It was very easy to make. Now we’re thinking of making some more for our neighbors.
- RapidSet Cementall
- Sisal or Jute Rope
- Heavy Foil/plastic bag
- Mixing container, water, mixing spoon, Gloves & Dust Mask
- Pliers and Sanding disc
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Watch the video below to learn how to make these burlap bag-shaped pots…