DIY Mid-Century Planter

You guys are always asking me where you can get cute, retro-inspired planters for a reasonable price. And, if I’m being honest, they’re typically pretty pricey! But I love the look of wood legs and unique designs, so I set out to create a budget-friendly version for you guys! The wood legs on my planter are mid-century inspired and the clay balls are inspired by this incredible vase by Kelly Wearstler.

And, you guys, not only is this project affordable and unique, but it’s super simple to make at home! OK, let’s get started!

Supplies needed

For full instructions, see our video below! I used Osmocote Plant Food to complete this project. One application contains 11 essential nutrients and feeds up to 6 months. Works with virtually all plant varieties and growing conditions. Each granule is coated with a unique resin that controls nutritional release.

Supply Links:
–wood beads
–air dry clay
–Osmocote Outdoor & Indoor Plant Food
-for the flowers I used Zinnias

DIY Mid-Century Planter
DIY Mid-Century Planter
DIY Mid-Century Planter
DIY Mid-Century Planter

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