Ceiling Tile Pot Cover
My house is a little on the dark side, which is cozy, but it makes it difficult to keep plants growing inside the house. Since I love to have fresh plants and flowers out all the time, I tend to rotate things in and out of the house so that my plants stay alive and I get to have my green fix. One of the tricks that I use is to have pots or pot covers that I can slip plants in and out of as needed. This ceiling tile cover is one of them and it’s my current favorite.
Things to do:
1. On a covered work surface, hold two tiles together at the edges at a slightly more than 90-degree angle, right sides out.
2. Run a bead of glue along the seam and then pull the tiles into a 90-degree angle, holding it until the glue sets.
3. Repeat the process with the other two tiles and then join the edges to create a square, making sure the edges sit at even 90-degree angles.
4. Once the glue has set, pop in a pot and you’re ready to go!