An aunt gave me a damaged blue alarm clock. So I dismantle it, and using an industrial plastic piece I found on the street and some iron pieces and springs, I made this little junkbot planter.

(Guess where is the water excess exit ;-)
These are great and have such character to them! You should make a video game based on finding the parts in the street or in broken machines and building a team of eco-friendly recycling bots!
Thanks Jongleur! And what a great idea!!! :-)
This is winning. Methinks i shall attempt something like this :) <br>What kind of plant is that by the way? It looks familiar..
Thanks ljsbeer! It's a succulent.
Haha, thanks, but what kind? :)
Well, exactly I don't know. I just bought it because it fits in my planter ;-)
Ah well, thanks anyway, it looks really good with the planter :)
Thanks!! :-)
Cute!<br>I'm thing to make some new vases for my plants .<br>I have only boring vases.<br>:D
Thanks Mary Candy!! :-)
Thanks Shany!!
Thanks!!! :-)

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Bio: I'm Mario Caicedo Langer, from Colombia, former Navy officer and BSc in Naval Sciences. Right now I'm Technology Program Manager and Lego Robotics ... More »
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