These adorable Wearable Planters are designed and created by Collen Jordan, an Atlanta-based artist and designer. Jordan designed them with 3D modeling software and then printed them out using 3D printer. The material is acrylic plastic and after pirnting it can be either hand dyed or painted.
These wearable planters can be attached to your bike frame with a nylon cord. You can show off your favorite plants by taking them with you wherever you go, meanwhile get your plants some fresh air and sunshine. Or you can wear them as an unique necklace, pin to your shirt using magnets or even wear them as earrings.
Check out the full selection and Jordan's shop on Etsy. The plastic wearable planters start at $30 and go up to $45 and can be delivered in all kinds of shapes, sizes and colors.
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Carol Anne Bader wrote at 4/13/2015 11:00:54 PM:
These are awesome