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DIY: 8 Unique Planters for Your Garden

Recycle and give your old pots an upgrade with these ideas

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With the growing popularity of succulents, it’s not surprising to see pretty planters in most homes these days. Whether you have a garden or mini one in your balcony, you can still use everyday items in your home to create stylish planters for your space. Here are 8 innovative ideas that you can do this weekend.

Source: BuzzFeed, Main photos from makezine.com and indulgy.com.

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