76. Concrete Pavers
For something simple, modern and minimalistic try turning concrete pavers into garden planters.
77. Fun Shapes
When working with concrete, experiment with the different shapes you can make to create something really unique!
78. Faceted Gem Planters
Beautiful gems in soft colors styled specifically to create a handsome pattern on a pretty pink planter.
79. Miniature Shell Planters
Create tiny gardens in tiny shells and hide them all over your yard or put them peacefully in the windowsill.
While we can all agree that mosaic is beautiful to look at you might not know that it’s even more fun to make!
81. Milk Cartons
Recycling is one thing but reusing is another! So before you recycle those milk cartons get out your hot glue gun and try reusing them!
Have you worked with clay before? Well, there’s always time to learn! Follow the instructions step-by-step, and after a couple of tries, you’ll have a store-worthy succulent planter!
83. Hanging Tie
Talk about original! This clever DIY idea would make an awesome Fathers Day gift! Am I right?
84. Gold Dipped
This DIY planter project is budget-friendly and looks great with the gold accented feet against the lovely white-painted wood.
85. Modern Tree Stump
This gorgeous tree stump has been turned into a modern work-of-art with the hairpin metal legs!
86. Braided Tee
If you don’t have t-shirts that you’re ready to part with, pick some up at the local thrift store and start braiding!
Get a sophisticated look with your DIY planter and recreate these conical glass planters!
88. Fringed Planter
Just when I thought I couldn’t fall in love with more DIY planters, along came this fluffy fringed planter! I’m going to need to go plant shopping…
89. Origami Bunny
I can’t believe how creative people are when it comes to art projects! I mean… An origami bunny succulent planter? Amazing!
Add wine corks, bottle caps or other objects to your planters before spray painting them to add dimension and texture!
DIY an edgy spikey planter for your rock-and-roll studio apartment! Your guests will love it!
92. Locker Drawers
What I love about this original planter are the bright colors of the locker drawers! It looks great with the pinks of the petals.
Looking for a special DIY idea for a present? A handmade planter with your loved one’s initial on it could be what you’re looking for!
94. Rain Gutter
Paint some old rain gutters and hanging them vertically against the wall for another spot to plant your spring flowers!
95. Dark Wood Outdoor
Build an outdoor planter for your balcony with a fine dark wood that will accent the beautiful colors of your flowers.
This contemporary raised DIY planter will become a conversation starter with any visitors stopping in. Gorgeous!
97. Copper and White
Strips of copper may be precisely what you’re looking for to add a bit of shine and sparkle to an otherwise plain planter.
98. Fabric Planters
If your plants are on the heavier side, you may want to DIY a planter that is on the lighter side to make transport easier.
99. Two Toned Woven
A two-toned woven planter that can be customized to your home’s color scheme or even to match the tones of the plant itself!
100. Rolling Fabric
I’m not sure how they got this awesome look, but you can bet I’ll be following step-by-step until I figure it out!