This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Plasti Dip. All opinions are 100% mine.
This craft was sponsored by Plasti Dip. All opinions expressed in my post are my own. This is a great time of year to make easy DIY Wind Chimes out of your old flowerpots! You can easily turn your old terra cotta pots into this great wind chime craft!
One of my favorite things to do in the spring and summer is garden. I love growing as many flowers and vegetables as my little yard can handle. So, just when my yard is ready to burst, I start filling up my assortment of pots and planters. At the end of each summer, I am thankful that I had the chance to enjoy each and every plant that I potted up.
Now that summer is winding down, many of my plants are starting to look pretty tired. Every few days I find a potted plant that just isn’t going to spring back to life. I always feel a little guilty when I empty the pot out. I feel like I should be able to keep the plant thriving. Unfortunately, some plants just have a very limited lifespan and bloom time.
After I empty my pots, I wash them with dish soap and spray them with a water and vinegar solution. When they have completely dried in the sun, I store them in my garage until next summer. As I looked at all of my pots lined up in the sun, I decided to keep a few out and put together this flowerpot windchime craft.
Most importantly, I knew I would be hanging my wind chimes outdoors, so I wanted to make sure it was weather resistant. I used Plasti Dip Craft Spray to coat the pots in a durable rubber coating. Plasti Dip is an air-dry, specialty rubber coating that is compatible with over 50 colors and enhancers, including a Create Your Own Color Kit.
For this great wind chime craft, I chose Crisp White and the Glosssifier spray.
EASY DIY WIND CHIMES
Materials for Easy DIY Wind Chimes:
- Plasti Dip Craft Crisp White
- Plasti Dip Craft Glossifier
- 3 Different Sized Terra Cotta Pots
- Garden Twine
- Assorted Washers
- Painters Tape
Directions for Easy DIY Wind Chimes:
- Tape the rim of your flower pots with painters tape. Spray White Plasti Dip Craft on the top half of the pots. Let dry.
- Spray with Plasti Dip Craft Glossifier. Let dry.
- Starting at the smallest pot, string twine through potholes. Tie washers with a knot for each section.
- Tie a strong knot at the end and hang on a sturdy branch or hook.
Making your own wind chimes is a fun and easy way to put old pots to good use. If you have flower pots that look old and stained, this project is a great way to upcycle them. If you would like to purchase Plasti Dip products, you can get yours at Amazon, shop now at Awarehousefull or find a retailer near you!
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