Pet parent or a plant parent? These pots will let you be both
These nifty handicrafts will surely stand out from your usual plain clay pots
Aug 23, 2020
There are two living things that never fail to keep us company, especially now that we’re mostly just at home: Our pets and our plants. Both provide therapeutic effects to humans and have been helping us cope with all the stress we experience from quarantine. Moreover, they make us still feel a physical connection during times when interacting with other humans in person isn’t possible. Both our pets and our plants have been sparking joy in our lives as well.
That’s why we are in love with this pet x plant crossover in crafty handwoven plant pots designed after our cherished furry friends. Giving us good vibes, these nifty handicrafts will surely stand out from your usual plain clay pots and instantly brighten up your garden with their unique look. Get it from these stores—which are small businesses too, by the way.
Ennoble’s Chibi line presents different kinds of animal-designed plant pots. Take your pick between dog breeds like beagles and pugs to cute owls and whales handwoven by local artisans.
Tits and Tocks
This handwoven Shih Tzu plant pot is made of natural abaca fiber. With a diameter of four and a half inches and a height of five inches, it can easily hold a variety of indoor plants.
Little Heartist Shop
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Animal Planters by Little Heartist Shop 🌿🐶🐱🦁🐼🦒😍 Handmade with Love, each piece is unique and one of a kind. It takes an incredible amount of time and effort to produce a single piece. Made with all-natural and locally sourced abaca & coconut fiber. Design & handmade by Mary Joy Go, a homeschooling & working mom. 🛵Shipping to be paid by buyer via Lalamove/LBC Animal Planters #Plants #plantsph #plantita #plantitas #animalpots #planters #animalplanters #littleheartistshop #handmade #localph #handmadeph #supporthandmade #supportlocalph #abacacrafts #AnimalPlanters
Own this cute Yorkshire Terrier-designed pot, which is made of locally-sourced abaca and coconut fiber.
Header photo from Ennoble
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