Introduction: Gatorade Planter
In this instructable i'm up-cycling the small Gatorade bottles into a hanging planter.
Here is what you need:
Gatorade bottles (I used the small ones)
small metal peg sheets
Step 1: Drill Holes in Cap
Drill small holes onto the top of the Gatorade caps. The size and amount of the holes is up to you. You don't want to drown your plants.
Step 2: Cut Bottoms
With a razor blade or scissors, carefully cut the bottoms of the Gatorade bottles.
Step 3: Dill Holes Into Board
Drill holes into the boards with about 2.25" spacing between each other. The holes should just be big enough for the zip ties to fit through.
Step 4: Attach Bottles to Boards
With 11" or longer zip ties, tie them to the boards looping around the holes. The zip tie should lay in the first groove near the cap. Tighten and cut extra off.
Step 5: Bend Metal
These little sheets of metal I got at home depot. Its for attaching boards together. You can use these, hooks, or even drill the board directly into wooden walls.
Step 6: Attach Hook
Screw hooks into the back of the boards.
Step 7: Enjoy
now go hang your planter and start planting.
later on when you want to transport the plant just simply take the plant out. If the plant is a little difficult to take out. Unscrew the cap at the bottom and use a wide stick to help push it out.
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