Halloweend In Peach: Recycled Jars

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This indoor potted plant was set in a recycled glass jar from my kitchen. I've always been in the habit of using those empty jars and bottles for storing spices, pulses, juices and other similar stuff. This time, I decided to try something different.

I bought small cans of a few shades of enamel paints from my local hardware store, and then set about painting a batch of random old glass jars and bottles, in different colors. This particular jar was made as a giveaway for the readers of my personal blog, to celebrate my 600th post on that blog.

My blog buddies there know me as 'Kaddu', which is the Hindi word for 'pumpkin', and they associate me with the grinning 'Halloween pumpkin' face. So I decided to paint this jar in my official 'blog avatar' pattern. I put some soil in it and set a couple of small indoor flowering plants in the jar, to be used as home décor. But it can also be used to hand over Halloween treats to kids, and they can later use it as a pen holder, or a vase.

This "Halloweend In Peach" best-out-of-waste project is a part of the "Made-To-Order Collection" here.

Details: Only Vase (5 inches height)
Price: On-Demand (Shipping & Taxes extra)

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