We have a lot of nail polish at home – and I mean A LOT. My eldest daughter loves painting her nails, playing matchy-matchy with her outfit. Because her friends know this about her, she receives a lot of nail polish. There are a few, though, which she doesn’t like so they end up in her drawer.
One time, I came across a DIY project for marbled flower pots. I was drawn to them and so I asked my daughter if I could use her excess nail polish. She agreed, saying that it’s better than throwing them away. When she saw the flower pots, she was so happy seeing her “babies” imprinted on them. We can’t deny it—the finished products are so beautiful!
If you have unused bottles of nail polish at home, put them to good use. Create art out of your boring flower pots. You can also give these out as gifts to family and friends.
- Terra cotta flower pots
- Big bowl of water
- Nail polish of different colors
- Gloss White Rust-oleum spray paint
- Pipe cleaner
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