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biddy52
BROOKFIELD
Australia

November 2, 2012
11:17 PM

Post #9323333

Just a little pot - upcycled again - needed prettying up! Only about 14cm high.

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biddy52
BROOKFIELD
Australia

November 2, 2012
11:19 PM

Post #9323334

biddy52 wrote:Just a little pot - upcycled again - needed prettying up! Only about 14cm high.


Looks a little wonky in the photo, better in person. The succulent looks very happy in it!
Anniesfollies
Carlsbad, CA
(Zone 10b)

November 3, 2012
11:17 AM

Post #9323666

So cute! I'm impressed with those little heart shaped pieces you cut, they must have taken some time.

I'm glad you shared this more simple design. Now as a one-pot-finished beginner I can get started doing some without being so intimidated. Then in a few years I can work up to your rooster pot level of complexity.

Here's a photo of my first masterpiece.

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mommacat11
Stafford, VA
(Zone 7a)

November 3, 2012
12:34 PM

Post #9323695

Ilove these!!!!!!
Deb
biddy52
BROOKFIELD
Australia

November 3, 2012
1:47 PM

Post #9323734

Anniesfollies wrote:So cute! I'm impressed with those little heart shaped pieces you cut, they must have taken some time.

I'm glad you shared this more simple design. Now as a one-pot-finished beginner I can get started doing some without being so intimidated. Then in a few years I can work up to your rooster pot level of complexity.

Here's a photo of my first masterpiece.



That is lovely - it has done three things: Made the cat happy! LOL Cleaned up the pot and the plant loves it too! Do some more - they "grow" on you!
imapigeon
Gilroy (Sunset Z14), CA
(Zone 9a)

November 3, 2012
8:39 PM

Post #9324002

Nice, both of them!

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