*New Mini Illustrated Planters - Jane Foster

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I'm so thrilled to be able to show you the first of my new multi - functional tumblers! This blog post will show you the various uses but I shall focus mainly on them being used as mini planters as this was the inspiration behind the designs. I've recently been becoming more of a minimalist, culling lots of my belongings in favour for a simpler, calmer home filled with cacti and house plants. 

I've initially chosen three of my recent favourite illustrations. Elephant, cat and spotty flower. I've chosen plastic as it's unbreakable. The plastic is a strong 100% recyclable, BPA free and made here in the UK. 

The size is perfect for little succulents and baby house plants. As you can see from my photos below, small 6cm diameter plant pots can easily be popped into these as my pots are 7cm wide. If you need some extra height, either add some chipping or a mini night light candle turned upside down.

Adding a night light candle holder to give extra height to the plant.

Adding a night light candle holder to give extra height to the plant.

As I like adding plants around my home, I've decided to give you the option of having your planter as a hanging planter. Small holes have been drilled into each side with a bright red or yellow leather cord attached. This way, you can hang these wherever you wish! They are very light so all you need is a very small nail.

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I'm a fan of parallel sides vessels. I love the fact that these new pots are stackable.

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We have a young daughter who is crazy about animals and nature. We have a cat called Fluffy, a hamster called Cuddles and two lop eared bunnies called Miffy and Maggie. She loves choosing her own special beaker for meal times so these have been a huge hit for her. They are dishwasher safe and can also be used in a microwave (for the weekend hot chocolate!).

You can buy these direct from my webshop. Please contact me if you'd like to purchase several as I can make sure the postage is combined.

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