It’s September! Fall 2020 is coming and it’s a transition time from summer to fall. Fall decor becomes your top search to get some inspiration for the season. And I have my easy DIY Upcycling Gold Floating Pots as one of an idea for a frugal fall decoration among of many of my Fall decoration collections you can check out. It’s an easy fall DIY with an unique look and also an upcycling tin can project. Let’s learn more about the process of how to make this twin golden pots from tin cans.

It’s a super easy and quick DIY for Fall decor. And it’s super cheap too, considered it’s an upcycled DIY fall project. I chose gold as the main look to represent the glimmering gold of fall color. And some aloe vera as the decorative plant which also a great indoor plant with all its benefits. And for the finishes, I used some small white gravel to give the sleek look. Anyway, let’s find out the main material for my Fall Upcycling Gold Floating Pots and the making steps.

Things To Prepare

I like working with tin cans, because there are tons of ideas to upcycled it into something useful and yet pretty. So, the tin can is the main star for this fall DIY. Here are the list of supplies you will be needed to make my DIY Upcycled Gold Floating Pots:

  • Used tin can
  • Gold acrylic spray paint
  • Pipe holder
  • Glass silicone glue or you can use metal glue

How To Make

It only took me three simple steps to make this DIY Upcycled Gold Floating Pots. After you have done with it, you can decorate it with some fake plants or candle or some scented pine cones or whatever that express autumn. So, here are the easy steps to make my DIY Fall gold pots :

  1. Clean the tin can and make sure there is no grease on the surface is left. Paint the tin can with gold spray paint. Leave it dry.
  2. Paint the pipe holder with gold paint too and leave it dry.
  3. Apply some glue to each golden tin can and put it all together with the golden pipe holder, just like in the picture. Let the glue harden and firm. Finished!

Super easy Fall DIY yes indeed! I guess you would easily follow my tutorial and have your own Upcycled Gold Floating Pots. I like the modern and sophisticated look of the twin golden pots, it’s all thanks to the gold finish and the hanging pots supported by the pipe holder. Well, I hope my Fall gold pots would be a great idea for you to bring out more autumn look to be incorporated with your fall home decor.

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See you!

Hello Creative September!

Mel

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