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Blue Jean Planter

By: Sara Allen from birdzofafeather.ca
Blue Jean Planter
Blue Jean Planter

"If you're starting to crave spring and are still a long way off, a little more greenery indoors can’t hurt in the meantime; a Blue Jean Planter is the perfect indoor solution! This adorable planter literally stands and is easy to make by following my step-by-step tutorial. All it takes is a few items from your local thrift and big box store. You can even upcycle things you already own if you have them on hand!"

I think the small ones are SO adorable but my favourite has got to be the pair of bride and groom planters I made for our wedding to adorn either side of the aisle at our venue (you can check that out on my blog)!

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Estimated Cost$31+

Primary TechniqueRepurposing

Occasion/ThemeWinter

Easy

Materials List

  • Recycled blue jeans
  • Pair of shoes
  • Oval container
  • 2×3’s or 2×4’s used for wood studs
  • scrap piece of 1/4″ – 5/8″ plywood
  • Wood countersink head screws
  • Two plastic veggie bags (recycled from the grocery store)
  • Panty hose
  • Pool noodle (you can substitute soft foam or batting)
  • Quick set cement

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You know what? This might make a rad and spooky Halloween decor idea, too!

OMG this is the cutest thing ever! I love the idea of recycling blue jeans this way. This is so unique and no one else will have this great Blue Jean Planter stand. I so have to make this one. There is a great video showing just how easy it is to turn blue jean pants into a great looking planter. So easy and not many tools need.. I would like to know how to make them waterproof? I would like to have a few of these on my front porch to hold my summer plants. Any ideas? Please share, I'll be coming back to see. Thank you so much for sharing this free craft idea.

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