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IKEA Planter Hack

IKEA Planter Hack
IKEA Planter Hack
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Become a gardening shortcut expert with this IKEA Planter Hack! By simply transforming a plastic waste basket into a DIY planter you are going to save a ton of money and have a beautiful looking outdoor decor project. Planters can become expensive, and with this IKEA hack you are saving money without taking too much time to transform your outdoors. These DIY planters hold a lot more water which means that you do not have to have the ripest green thumb to have a colorful, natural backyard. 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGardening

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Wow! I love your backyard! It's so pretty and blooming remarkably well. Its the easiest planter hack literally everyone can attempt. If you've never thought your waste bin could double up as a planter think again. Thrifty yet practical, save tonnes of money on this project and get your garden blooming just like this one.

This is a great idea because it is more cost effective than some of those planters out there, and much lighter in weight so you have a better chance of moving it to another location if you need to. And because it is not too expensive, if by chance it does get damaged by a storm or something, you aren't out a big investment. Thank you for sharing the idea!

Your lobelia is so pretty! I love it when we can find a practical work around and save money too! I need planters this spring to transplant growing houseplants so this came just at the right time. I can handle this type of tool work so this is going on my to do list. My motivation is rising!

Lovely! I definitely think I could use this tutorial to grow something. My thumb isn't the greenest, but I try!

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