DIY Girly Planters

DIY Girly Face Planters

DIY Girly Face Planters

DIY Girly Face Planters

Guys, spring is definitely on the way here in California and I’m so excited about it. Trees are blooming, the sun is coming out to play, and I have the itch to freshen up a few corners of the house with fun spring touches! The other day I grabbed a few new plants and wanted to find something a little bit funky to put them in, so I whipped up these girly planters. I’m pumped to be partnering with Glade to put together this little DIY, perfect for adding some punch to your spring decor!

I was totally inspired by the Poppy Groove fragrance — the color and the scent both feel bright and vibrant and downright playful. These little girlies are the perfect partners to cozy up to Glade’s candles and wax melt warmers. The whole gang is dressing up my work table in the office and it feels so fun and springy. Here’s how to make your own!

Materials

  • gold adhesive vinyl
  • scissors and craft knife (or cutting machine)
  • small bowls or planters (I used these)
  • small plants or succulents
  • potting soil

Make Time: 30 Minutes

DIY Girly Face Planters

Start by cutting out your girlies’ face shapes. I went with a variety of mouths and eyes. If you like the ones I used, you can download the file right here! (The file contains two different sizes in case your bowls are a little larger than mine.) Cut out the shapes from gold vinyl and stick them on your bowls.

DIY Girly Face Planters

Next, repot your plants into the bowls. Remove the plants from their containers and gently massage the roots so that they fit into your bowls. Nestle a plant down into a bowl and pack around the edges of the bowl with extra potting soil. Once your plants are cozy inside the bowls, give them a sprinkle of water to welcome them to their new home.

DIY Girly Face Planters

DIY Girly Face Planters

Dust off the outside of the bowls with a clean towel and set your playful little girlies out to welcome the spring!

DIY Girly Face Planters

DIY Girly Face Planters

DIY Girly Face Planters

DIY Girly Face Planters

DIY Girly Face Planters

This post is presented in partnership with Glade. Thank you for being supportive of the sponsors who help keep Lovely Indeed rocking!

Face design by Refika Kortun, Mister Pixel, Ruben Verhasselt, Matt Brooks, Halfazebra Studio, and Sandor Szabo.
  1. Brittni on said:

    Super cute, Chels. Love all the colors in this post, by the way. So cheerful and fun.

  2. Marie on said:

    I love how that one potted plant looks like curly hair. Super cute idea!

    • chelsea on said:

      Haha thanks Marie! I was trying to find a plant that looked like she had crazy hair. 😉

  3. Marie on said:

    These are darling. Makes me excited for spring!

  4. Oh I love these, so cute! They look like LEGO heads to me. I reckon LEGO should totally bring out female characters with baby pink heads and sunglasses! 🙂
    Joi x

  5. jen on said:

    too fun! I love these for a girls party centerpiece – baby shower, tea party, cocktails?! thanks for the inspiration. jen @ http://www.satsumadesigns.com

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  8. Adorable! What a fun added touch they’d make to any room. These pastel colors are especially perfect for spring. Check out our felt ball rugs and consider adding a whole new touch of fun this season. bit.ly/1EBkKnv

  9. Mira on said:

    This face on planters looks so funny 😀 Great idea.

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  13. Srimathy on said:

    They are such a cutie pie!

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  15. Sheridan on said:

    OMG this is so cute! I have the gold vinyl and everything. Thank you. I’ve just added another item to my succulents list.

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