I’ve been seeing these all over the internet for the past year or so, but it took a while before I could actually acquire what I needed to do it (basically I had to move back to Ottawa and buy a car so I could go shopping …).
Then you take your knife and you cut a hole in the back of each one.
Some will be softer than others, and cut easily. This small triceratops and apatosaurus were a breeze.
Others, like this pachycephalosaurus, will result in several horrible cuts to your thumb, after which your husband will make you wear gloves. And don’t even get me started on that darned elephant. I had to eventually cut it open using a drill press and then file off the rough edges to the hole.
Once they’re cut, decide what kind of plants are going in them. If they need drainage, then you’d better drill a hole in the bottom. Then you can spray paint them. Use a spray paint that is designed to bond to plastic. I did not, and as a result, bad things happened to that little apatosaurus.
Then you just put plants in them and you’re ready to go.
I like the elephant the best, but I’m still fond of my actual DINOpots, too. Makes a great hostess gift or a special something for your quirky office mate.