Do you love having cute pots and tables adorned with plants to decorate your patio? Well, I have 36 awesome outdoor planters that you will love. From succulents to flowers, anything can go in your planter. These projects make excellent gifts too. For example, you can give the rope wrapped pots to your friends for their birthday. I moved last summer and I wasn’t used to having a big backyard so it was really empty. I bought a couch but it still wasn’t enough. I came across these fun tutorials and I got the pots and rope at the dollar store. Not only were my planters cute but I was also growing basil and oregano that I could cook with. Enjoy these step by step instructions that teach you how to make your very own outdoor planters.
This planter is almost too pretty to put outside, but fortunately, it is perfectly suited for the patio. Learn how with the easy to follow step by step tutorial. I love having this on my porch, I never realized what a difference having flowers there would make.
OK, how cute is this super creative idea? You get lights, a house number and plants, all in one. For this crafty planter, you simply need some solar lights and two pots for each one, paint if you want to get creative and decorate. I am so pleased with the way mine turned out and think you will love having this at your front door. For cool DIY outdoor planters, it does not get much better than this idea.
Looking for something simply but classy, a DIY that goes with your minimalist decor? These cute rope wrapeed planters can be made in only brown and white or you can add a touch of your favorite color. Learn how to make this DIY from one of our favorite decor bloggers…
Pretty, pretty, pretty. When planting season comes around in spring and summer, I just never seem to have enough planters for all of my flowers and other plants. Recently, I learned you have more room if you go up. Stack those pots and make a super adorable outdoor planter in your favorite bright color. Add some colorful blooms to your new garden and impress all.
Wow, this is one amazing idea! I would like to give this a try and add a pop of color in the garden’s water feature. It’s a super fun project and guaranteed low maintenance – the blooms will stay on for months! So, head on over to Garden Therapy so start your very own floating planter now.