42" metal tomato cage, spray paint (rust-oleum metallic gold), planter pot, plant
Flip your tomato cage down, so it stands on it's round base
You can use metal cutters to remove them or bend them back-and-forth a few times until they bend right off
Once your tomato cage is dry to the touch, place a planter pot inside the first circle
The height is perfect and it's a great space saver at the same time
You're neighbors won't be able to stop smiling when they pass by your house!
I chose this bright blue Rust-Oleum spray paint for that perfect pop of color!
Take your 10" pot and fill it with potting soil. Insert the metal rod into the center of the pot while you fill it
Take one of your 6" pots and thread the metal rod through the bottom base hole
Wedge your smaller pot into the soil, so it sits on an angle and fill it with soil
Using heavy-duty adhesive (like E600) glue the right outer edge of your second pot
Continue until all pots are threaded onto the rod, glued, and filled with soil
You will most likely have to break up the root of the plant slightly to ensure they fit nicely into each pot
What a fun way to bring some color to your doorstep!
This is a great way to repurpose a tin into a lovely mosaic succulent planter
Using little dabs of grout, begin placing the stones onto the tin
It's best to work from the bottom up, that way the stones won't slide down
Make sure the grout gets is spread evenly and gets into every crack
Use a damp cloth to to wipe off as much excess grout as possible