One pot, three ways

FacebooktwitterredditpinterestmailFacebooktwitterredditpinterestmail

Often the most expensive part of having indoor plants is the pots themselves. Following these easy steps by Debbie von Grabler-Crozier you can transform cheap plastic pots with a limited colour palette and few materials to great effect. Find out how to get started on this project with a copy of Reloved magazine issue 47, available to order online today, or download directly to your smart device right now.

About the designer

Debbie von Grabler-Crozier has been a professional craft writer for over 20 years and contributes regularly to magazines, as well as having written several books. She believes craft and upcycling go hand in hand, and loves the way nothing goes to waste.

To make this project you will need:
• Crochet pot cover
• White plastic pot
• Cotton yarn in black, white and mustard (I used Rico Creative Cotton from my stash)
• 3.75mm crochet hook
• Scissors
• Darning needle
• Arrow pot
• White plastic pot
• Die cutter and arrow die (optional)
• Glossy black contact plastic
• Sparkly gold washi tape
• Clear contact plastic
• Marbled pot
• White plastic pot
• DecoArt Americana Gloss Enamels in Black
• DecoArt Americana Gloss Enamels in Clear Medium
• Sponge with a fairly open texture
• Small plate, for mixing the paint
• Strong feather
• Elasticated gold sequin trim
• Strong glue

FacebooktwitterredditpinterestmailFacebooktwitterredditpinterestmail
Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed.