🎍How To Make A Recycling Pot🎍

in Build-It13 days ago (edited)


Greetings dear friends Hivers, I hope you have a happy evening.

My creative task today is a nice flowerpot, made with a plastic bottle, plastic spoons and a few touches of colors.

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MATERIALS
  • Plastic bottle
  • Plastic Spoons
  • Painting
  • Brush
  • Marker

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STEP BY STEP

We take the bottle and cut the bottom. Once we have cut it we give it a flower shape.

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Once this is done, we chop the top of the bottle, and glue the lid with the flower-type base.

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We chop the spoons and glue them in the shape of a flower, in another bottle cap, then we paint it and glue the materero that we have made.

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On the lid that we glue the spoons, we make a happy face to give joy to our pot.

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In this way we already have our pot ready to plant a plant and decorate a place of our choice.

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Animate ... AND HAPPY PREPARATION !!!

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Oh wow, that is really impressive. Is that a flower on top of it because I think it makes it look really great. Impressed with the endresult too, great work

Thank you, I'm glad you liked it.

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