Geometric flowerpots are hot and this trend seems to keep on going. Unfortunately they can be quite pricey. Don’t you feel like spending your hard-earned money to this, but do you want such trendy geometric planters? Make them yourself. That isn’t necessary difficult.
Metalic + geometric = success
Metalic is always great and coper certainly is. For these simple DIY metallic geometric flowerpots from Curbly.com the only things you need are scissors, cardboard (from an old box) and some copper coloured metallic paper of foil. Or you can also use some aluminium foil.
Do you have some ugly old vases? Don’t throw them away! Slide a geometric origami cover over them. This way you have a total new flowerpot for less. The only things you need are a piece of heavy paper, scissors and some glue. Don’t you have any flowerpots at home? Than you could use some glass jars. Then you have your first flowerpot for little money. You only need to put a nice plant in it and you’re done! Gülcin from DaWanda shows you exactly how to make this.
Small is beautiful
The origami vases have many variants. Try these little ones. Marking and folding requires a little patience, but the result is beautiful. If you make a couple of these in different colors, they look super cute grouped on a tray on the table.
The Heavy stuff
This is perhaps a slightly more expensive and labor-intensive pot to make, but it is very suitable for an industrial interior. And the ideal solution if you want to make sure your flowerpots do not fall over because of children or pets that are running around. Here you can read step-by-step how to make this