I honestly did not expect these to turn out so lovely. It’s definitely worth a shot.

It can be difficult to determine which flower pot is best for your plants. Flower pots, like plants, should come in a variety of sizes.

But you don’t want to have to go out and buy a new flower pot every time you purchase fresh plants. If you’re seeking something more unique, perhaps it’s time to make your own flower container.

If you have a few objects lying around, this project is ideal for you.

First, you’ll need to gather a few egg trays. You should have around 5 of the same size, so if you have some mismatched ones, simply trim a few rows of the trays away to make them all uniform.

You should have enough of them to build a large flower container. Arrange them all so that they are quite near to one another. This will make assembly easier.

It’s easier than it looks to make cement.
To make this mixture, you’ll need three parts sand to one part cement. In a mixing basin or pail, combine them.

When that’s all together, begin slowly adding water to make a sticky substance.

The cement can then be placed in the egg trays.

Apply a thick layer of cement on the egg trays.

Use a shovel to make sure that the cement’s surface is smooth and without blemishes.

After 24 hours, you can remove the cement from the egg tray and you should have a nice solid mold to make your flower pot.

Begin to assemble the flower pot.

Begin laying the slabs now that the cement has been freed from the egg trays.

Arrange the cement into a hexagon by standing each cement slab on its side.

The egg tray’s rough design should be on the outside.

Then connect and secure these slabs with more cement.

A flowerpot isn’t complete without a bottom.

You need something to keep the dirt from falling out and making your house a mess.

These guys demonstrate how to finish the pot by filling it with sand first, leaving only a sliver at the top. This is the area where you will place extra wet cement.

Make a small hole in the center of the damp bottom to allow water to drain from your plants.

While the cement is still wet, add some plastic bottle feet. Simply pressing them into the cement will keep them in place.

Flip it over after all of the cement has dried.

The dirt can just pour out and everything will hold together.

Now you have a cool and unique flower pot that you made easily with at-home items.

Don’t forget to include your soil and plants. This DIY flower pot is ideal for growing any foliage you like.

Watch the video below to see the entire procedure!