DIY Paint Can Planter/Vase // Garden Answer

I love this idea for an inexpensive, but upscale-looking container! You wouldn’t even need to buy a paint can, you could use a coffee can, or soup can, or anything that has straight-sides, and go nuts with contact paper! there are so many neat designs out there, although I think marble is my favorite (at the moment). If you try this project out at home, please post a picture on FB or Instagram and tag me so I can see it! 🙂 Thanks for watching! ~Laura

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Woodgrain Contact Paper (roll) – https://goo.gl/SRc3Xj
Succulent and/or fresh cut flowers of your choice! – https://goo.gl/wyBf9G

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Comments

Plantare Jardins says:

Hey girl! Good Night (in here – rsrs)
I loved your work. I’m from Brazil. Good work, good week!

Star Gazer says:

I do the same thing with food tins that I would normally throw away! 🙂

DrEnDr says:

Çok güzel

Joanne Lateef says:

You are totally awesome

Babylon says:

Superrr!

Willa Johnson says:

I believe you are partly responsible for the growth of people wanting to grow succulents (one being me!) HSN has hooked up with Altman and selling them now, I think this is the first time, don’t remember seeing them offer these before. They were talking about how the demand for these little plants ha increased. Amazing how many varieties there are. Really enjoy your videos, thanks for taking the time to do them.

Shahila Siddiqui says:

I like this !

Sherrie Carr says:

You are so clever. And you NEVER disappoint. I love, love, love that about you and your videos. I always hurry to watch you before I do anything else in my days. Thank you again.

Donna Locke says:

How cute the paint cans look!

Aileen Maglalang says:

Wouldn’t they rust? If so, would it harm the plant?

Travis Bergmann says:

Please Help- what kind of house plants do you think work best with cats- my cats love to eat plants and of course throw up after. Ive tried terrariums but they destroyed them as well- I haven’t found any containers with lids I like get- any suggestions?

Laura Sousa says:

Such great ideas. Thank you so much. These short videos are great for my mom, who loves gardening but doesn’t understand english, she loves your videos. Greetings from Portugal

Rafelina Cuello says:

Thanos a lot!! sorry the contact paper Is the one is used on walls?

Raccoon Eyes says:

someone please help me with my aloe plants.. they are brown and skinny and kinda mushy. they are in a window that gets direcct in the sun from morning to afteroon. i water them once a week but they look so crappy.

Rosemary Duran says:

if it has the drainage hole and the planter is indoors. how to water without damaging any furniture

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