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How to make fashionable beauty with old, damaged ugly that you no longer like and that was waiting to be thrown away
I am in my period of recycling pots.
1st version the spray paint:
2nd version: 100% natural and biodegradable rope:
And as a bonus the photo of my original ugly and chipped pots.
Neither seen nor known 😅
The organic rope comes from @amazonmais a French seller and the rope made in France (I took 200m for € 9.99. I got excited about the quantity given all that remains 😱 We'll have to find another usefulness)
A gesture for the planet 🌍 because we do not throw away ugly and / or damaged things, and a gesture for the wallet to succumb to new trends without breaking the bank
3rd version: Tie & Dye
I finally gave the ugly Yucca pot a makeover.
Because of the size of the plant, it is impossible to think about repotting (well, I don't want to get started on the site instead 😬🤣)
So I did everything directly with the plant in it.
Same technique as last time: glue and rope (still with the same spool. I have the impression that it is infinite 😱)
On the other hand, the pot being charcoal gray and not having been able to bulge the inside, I opted for a tie & dye made with the rest of a spray paint
If you don't have a spray paint, children's acrylic paint works too 👍🏻
So it's less shocking with the gray inside
The stages are a permanent story as usual.
Cost of the operation: 0 € (I only use leftovers lying around in the shed 😅)