Contact Paper Cachepots

Contact Paper Cachepots

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Contact Paper Cachepots
Contact Paper Cachepots
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"DIY cachepots to match your style, using adhesive shelf liners! A quick, frugal and easy solution for newly bought indoor plants with ugly pots. All you need is leftover scraps from shelf liners and scissors. Upcycling and decorating in one DIY go."

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Difficulty LevelEasy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Adhesive shelf liner
  • Scissors

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I love this idea. It is a great way to spruce up an ugly pot workout spending a bu ch of money on new ones and you can have them all match. Has anybody made these long enough ago that you can tell me how the liner holds up to possible water getting on it or soil? Thanks.

Hi Heidi! Sorry it took so long to reply but here is my experience. The liners handle water perfectly, they are water-resistant. I clean them with a wet sponge, for months. Soil does not stick on them either. Impact wise (if your child keeps throwing balls at them, like mine does) they will fare depending on their quality. Good sturdy liners get their shape back (I have one 6 months now). Cheap liners won't hold as well. Hope this helps. )

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