I have a great collection of diy planter ideas for all skill levels! Some are simple builds, many are repurposed household items and some planters are made from furniture. If you’re ready for Spring, these planters will get you itching to plant some flowers!
Wooden Planter Ideas
These wooden planter ideas are fairly simple to make. Most can be made in an afternoon with things you may already have at home.
Wooden Vertical Planter Love And Renovations
DIY Hanging Planter Boxes Twelve On Main
Wooden Photo Planter for Mother’s Day Little Red Window
Hanging Cedar Wall Planter My Love 2 Create
Spring Planter Box Giggles Galore
Glass & Clay Planters
Dress up clay pots-or use simple vintage teacups!
Torn Tissue Clay Pot Planter Stone Gable Blog
Succulent Teacup Planter Hello Creative Family
Repurposed DIY Planter Ideas
Who knew there were so many household items to repurpose into planters?
Repurposed Chandelier Succulent Planter My Repurposed Life
Farmhouse Salvage Yard Decor Knick of Time
Repurposed Shutter Vertical Succulent Planter My Repurposed Life
Loaf Pan Planter My Repurposed Life
Small Wooden Pedestal Planter My Repurposed Life
Hanging Gutter Planter My Repurposed Life
Wood Items Repurposed Planters
Don't overlook repurposed wooden cabinet doors and beds when you're looking for planter ideas!
Corner Cabinet Planter My Love 2 Create
Cabinet Door Herb Planter Knick of Time
Chair Planter Ideas
Who can resist a sweet repurposed chair planter?
Chair Planter Scavenger Chic
Natural Elements Planter Ideas
Even tree trunks aren't safe around here when it comes to taking care of plants!
Did you find some planter ideas to use this Spring and Summer? Which planter is your favorite, and first on your list?
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Gail Wilson is the author and mastermind behind My Repurposed Life. She is obsessed with finding potential in unexpected places and believes that with a little hard work and imagination, any old thing can be made useful again, including herself!
Gail reinvented herself during a midlife crisis and has found purpose again. She hopes you will find new ideas for old things and pick up a few tools along the way.