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lace flower pot diy.

DSCN4968i first came across these lovely lace pots here. since then, i have sort of been obsessed with them.

they are so easy to make!

this is what you will need:

1. vase (of any size)

2. lace (any kind)

3. white glue

4. plant (optional- some of my pots are empty)

vase_01measure and cut the lace to your desired length. then add glue around the pot and apply the lace.

vase_02let set until dry, add your plant, and enjoy! :-)

DSCN7235DSCN7234DSCN7236 do you like the lace flower pot idea? if so, click ‘like’!

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2 Comments

  1. Aww I love those! The lace adds such a lovely dainty feel, it’s so beautiful. ^_^

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  2. Oh, that is soooo cute! love the idea!
    as soon as /if I ever have a windowsill in the treehouse I sure will DIY some of these little sweet ballerina-pots!
    love the idea. thanks for sharing!

    GREAT BLOG! :)
    keep in touch,
    xo
    Katharina

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