DIY Centerpiece

Posted by: on April 1st, 2014 | 3 Comments
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This cute DIY centerpiece is easy to make, and it would look great decorating a spring party, or as a way to add some greenery to your home.

 

Materials:

 

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Step 1

Remove the handle from the Leaktite 2.5 Qt. bucket. (It prys off pretty easily, one side at a time.)

 

Step 2

Tape off the top area that you don’t want to paint with painters tape.

 

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Step 3

With the bucket upside down, spray evenly with the orange spray paint. One coat will probably be enough.

 

Step 4

Once the paint is dry, fill the bucket with succulents. The soil included with the plants should be enough.

Top with decorative rocks.

 

Step 5

To make it a centerpiece, set it on a burlap table runner and a piece of 1×8 cut to 10-12″ (sand any rough edges).

 

Take a look at more DIY projects here on The Home Depot blog. And follow our A Few of Our Favorite Things board on Pinterest for more great DIY project ideas.

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  1. Trudy Holloway says:

    Loved the cute idea. Decided to make for a little Thank you gift for a friend. Ran down to my local Home Depot to buy a bucket.
    Store doesnt sell the buckets. Must be brought on line and in a three pack.
    Went to Lowes. Brought exactly What I needed.

    Message here:
    Crafters dont Wait on shipping.
    Lowes Thanks you for the job security.