Take any piece of paper large enough.
Tape the edges together to create a circular shape.
Take or make a smaller diameter circular mold. Grease the sides of the molds that will touch the cement.
Make sure that the cement is dispersed evenly. Set aside and allow to set.
Mix another batch of cement to seal the two pieces together.
You will need 3 pieces at 3" and 6 pieces at 4" in length.
Cut a piece of wire long enough to feed through all of the 9 pieces you just cut with a good 2-3 inches extra.
Twist the short end of the wire to the long piece sticking out the other end, securing the pipes together tightly.
Twist the wire around one of the corners of the 3" triangle to create another triangle with the new pipe pieces.
Feed the last two 4" pieces onto the wire and twist the wire once again to make the last triangle.
Cut a piece of wire for each of the 3 pipes, making sure each is 2-3" longer than the pipe.
Twist one end of each of the wires to one of the outer corners of each triangle. Make sure it is securely in place.
Gather the ends of the wires so that they come to a point and twist them in place.
Take a 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. Fill it with soil.
Using heavy-duty adhesive, glue the right outer edge of the second pot for where the third pot will lie.
Continue the steps until you stack all of your pots.
You will most likely have to break up the root of the plant slightly to ensure they fit nicely into each pot.
Use the extra length of the rod for a decorative element. You can change that element with seasons and holidays!