This is so much fun. LOVED your video. So we finally get to the master in action...and hear you! Very fun and great tips. I'm going to try this out....looks easy:) But knowing me:)
You can do it! It is soooo crazy easy! Just get the right drill bit! And yep now you have seen and heard me and nothing will ever be the same! LOL
Hey Candy! You are so cute in your video!!! Loved it...so professionally done! I am looking forward to your future videos! This is a good one, for sure. I got a ceramic drill bit at Ace Hardware to do mine. I just love drilling!!! LOL. BTW...your cow cookie jar will be adorable filled with succulents!!! xoxo- Julie
That's actually a very handy tip to share as I still hear so many gardeners intimidated by the thought of drilling holes on to pots :)
Great video Candy! Very professional, looking forward to future ones from you!I drill my own holes too, but have always left the ceramic pots for my husband to do. I believe I will do them myself now, as soon as he shows me which one is his diamond bit. Debbie :)
Great video. You have no idea how many times I see something in a store or laying around the house and say "gosh that would make a great planter" but I have always been to afraid to try to make a hole. I think I will give it a try now. Maybe I will practice with an old coffee mug.
Thanks and good idea Steve!
Great video; very well done! Now I can actually use all the hole-less pretty pots I have.
Candy how you are sweet in your video and thank you for giving a great idea. Usually my pots get drill by my husband. Sometimes this takes a time cause need to wait for his assistance. It seems obviously it is very easy and I can do it myself without waiting my husband. Now need to get a diomand bit:)
Okay, this video changed my life!! I never have to turn down the perfect pot now for lack of a drainage hole. I've drilled about 50 holes since watching your video; sometimes it's slow going, but so far it's worked every time! Thank you!!
Hi! What size drill bit are you using? Thanks! Can't wait to try this : )
hi! I use 1/4 inch and 1/2. Depends on the pot! Good luck!
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