Diy Hand Painted Driftwood Planter

Diy Hand Painted Driftwood Planter

Diy Hand Painted Driftwood Planter
Diy Hand Painted Driftwood Planter

"Driftwoods are always a material that I love to have in my home, because I consider amazing how the salty water and the sea waves can transform a piece of wood in something so beautiful! And to be honest, they remind me Summer and my island! This year we had the chance with the kids to collect many of them, in different shapes and lengths, so when we came back to our home, it was the great opportunity to use them. What we did? something easy and full of colors and we really enjoyed it! Hand Painted Driftwoods that we used them as a planter for our Air plant of course!"

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Materials List

  • Driftwoods
  • Acrylic Paint
  • Hot Glue
  • Paint Brush
  • Espresso Cup

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I love the look of this DIY planter. But- I am wondering what an espresso cup is! It kinda looks like a tin cup that is filled with butane that you put under a foil pan to keep the food hot. I think you can get those at the party supply store, empty. Did she have to paint it? I think I missed that part in the instructions. Oh, I would LOVE to paint that driftwood myself. I can give the kids something ELSE to do! -)


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