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Succulent Plant Holder

made this great succulent table and posted it on Hometalk a few weeks ago. I happened to have a table without a top in my shop. KABAM! I was making a succulent plant table! What a great idea, Angela!
1. I added a bottom, and drilled some holes into it.
2. Stapled screen into the sides.
3. Painted with a turquoise. I didn't like the color, so I added some black to it and painted it again.
4. Distressed, a little more than I normally do because I see this going outside.
5. I painted the handles with Oil Rubbed Bronze spray.
6. I sprayed Shellac to finish it off. I know it's going outside, so I want it to look weathered, so I thought Shellac would get me there quicker.
7. I gave it away and wrote a post about it. That's a good feeling!
Time: 2 Hours Cost: $5 Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://illjustpaintit.com/succulent-plant-holder/

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  • Sandra Ohlhauser
    Sandra Ohlhauser Cedar Rapids, IA
    on Aug 12, 2013

    I should have kept my table that I broke the glass on, as it was the same kind of table.

  • Karen
    Karen Roxboro, NC
    on Feb 3, 2014

    Would like to see it with the plants in it!!!

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