Burlap Planter

Burlap PlanterMy newest hobby is growing succulents, which I admit I have a ton of.  I really enjoy them in my place because I get some lovely green to brighten things up and they're really hard to kill.  I admit I don't have the greenest thumb.  Getting decorative pots though can get expensive.  Luckily, I have some leftover burlap from our burlap table runner project.  Sewing burlap into little fabric planters has been an awesome solution.  It looks really nice and is a unique way to display your plants.  Burlap, like succulents, is a pretty hardy fabric that's easy to work with and allows great drainage.  You can use this project as a cover to the plain 4" pots your plants may already be in or plant directly in them.  I just recommend using a lining, like a coffee filter, to keep some of the dirt from sneaking out of the burlap.  If you make one, please share a picture.

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