Resurrect a Broken Camera (or lens) as a Flowerpot

March 10, 2010 · 9 comments

in Crafts,Inspiration

Recycle old and broken cameras as flower pots which are bound to get your visitors attention!

If you don’t have any broken cameras, make a bee line to your local charity shops, flea markets or eBay.

Cacti and succulents are great for camera flower pots as they need very little water. Best of all are tillandsia (airplants) because they’re small, don’t need to be planted in soil, and you water them by removing it from the camera flower pot, wetting the plant, and then pop it back.

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Flower Pot

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