I recently spotted these pretty porcelain jelly planters from Australian product designers Angus & Celeste. I did a quick search, and it turns out vintage jello and bundt pan planters are a thing and I am totally into them. Below are some tutorials on how you can make your own thrifted planter, and if DIY is not your thing, you can buy them already made.
1. Hanging Jelly Planters, $59 AUD from Angus & Celeste: inspired by the elaborately shaped jellies that were used as table centerpieces during the 18th and 19th centuries, Angus & Celeste created a line of planters made from high-fired colored porcelain. Available in two shapes (round bubble and oval pleated) in pure white and a variety of soft pastels colors.
3+4. Hanging Bundt Pan Herb Pots
, DIY from mlheran for Craftster: pictorial tutorial on how to turn a thrifted bundt pan into a hanging herb planter using an eye bolt.
5+6. Hanging Bundt Pan Flower Pot
, DIY from Upcycled Stuff: using a drill to make the holes, Tricia hung her planter using extra sisal rope she had on hand.
(Image credits: Angus & Celeste; BootsNGus; mlheran for Craftster; Upcycled Stuff; Making Home Base)