make it! diy tear drop planters

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hello, friends! i've been on a diy kick lately, can you tell? (with lots more coming!) i was so inspired to make these teardrop planters after i saw the tutorial over on vintage revivals. i followed mandi's instructions exactly and they turned out wonderful!

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i keep them hung from a curtain rod by our large sliding glass doors in the living room. i love how cheery they are that they add a splash of gold to the area. i purchased these little white bowls from ikea and filled them with drapey succulents.

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they really were pretty easy to make, other than the fact i had to cut up a bunch of pipes. it wasn't really difficult, just time consuming. i think i cut pipes every night for a few weeks! the end result was definitely worth it though. head on over to vintage revivals to grab the tutorial!

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pssst. BONUS! if you notice something peculiar in one of the photos above, leave your entry in the comment section. the first person to get it right will win two 1/2 yard cuts of my last fabric line, sweet as honey!

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  • Painted veranda vs non painted. I got it! ha ha ha.
    I love how these look. I might try and do something similar. I have some cute tea cups that have lost their little handle and they would look lovely. If I am able to make them I´ll tag you on Instagram.

  • Ohh good call Shannon. I thought in the second pic some of the piping was photo-shopped out but on closer inspection it was the cord holding it to the curtain rod. :) Looks beautiful Bonnie! LOVE YOUR BLOG! Looking forward to the home tour