This morning, I was looking for ideas for new pots for the deck, and saw these hypertufa pots online.
Although I've seen hypertufa pots for years, I've never made any.
These are some of the great looking ones I found...with instructions.
I really like these using a wicker basket for the form...
... these square-ish faux bois pots are great, but are more involved, requiring wood grained rubber mats and wooden boxes...
...milk cartons were used for these. Love the little succulents in them.
You can find these three styles on Marthastewart.com.
My Lowe's Creative Ideas magazine arrived yesterday, but I hadn't had a chance to look at it. When I looked at it this morning...guess what? Hypertufa pots with instructions!
If you don't get Lowe's free publication, you can find all the ideas and instructions at Lowe's website here.
There's even a video to show how to get started.
I'm loving all these styles, and thinking of making some.
Have any of y'all ever made hypertufa pots?
I'd love to know how they turned out, and considering
all the mess...would you make them again?
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