Recycled tyre pots










There are many diffent patterns.

12 comments:

  1. from which country u have exported these tubs?plz reply

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  2. Hi!
    My name is Jessica, I live in the US (outside of Philadelphia). Recently myself a few friends decided to pul the waste tires out of our local river. We managed to recover over 450 tires in just a small section of the river where we launch our kayaks. We are overwhelmed by the amount of tires in the river and now we don't know what to do with all the ones we've pulled out. We have been seeking creative ways to repurpose of recycle them. It seems you have come up with something truly beautiful and efficient! I am so inspired and wondering how you managed to cut through the tires and put these together?

    please contact me if you are able to offer some advice:

    Jessica.seventhwonder@gmail.com

    Thank you!

    Peace

    Jessica Sanchez

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    1. Jessica, have you found any information on how to make these?

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  3. I second Ms. Sanchez's request... do you have a "How-to" guide for others? My husband and his family have tons of old tires sitting at the farm because they didn't want them in landfills, but they haven't come up with a good way to use them. This would be PERFECT!

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  4. I would like to know how you made these. I am a stay at home mom living on a very small budget and would like to make these flower pots. My husband can help me if there is power tools need. Please contaxt me at alahay74@att.net , Thanks, Amy

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  5. Would love the plans , i have a face book site Rubber Tyre Nuts , with the tyres i recycle , always looking for ideas ....... Reply to darrinmayne76@yahoo.com.au ..... Thanks

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  6. Hi Chatarine

    I would like to know if you supplie someone in South Africa with your tyre pots
    my e-mail adress is
    hester.booysen@adept.co.za

    thank you

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  7. hello
    my name is bilal iqbal jaffrani,from pakistan
    and i m a supplier of scrap tyres..and i m also supply these types of beautiful pots..
    if any buddy wants to saw theese pictures..
    so plz kindly notify my e-mail address..
    any query or any contact with me...
    my id:
    bilal_jaffrani@hotmail.com
    jaffranibrothers@gmail.com
    thanx
    waiting 4 ur reply...

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  8. hello
    my name is bilal iqbal jaffrani,from pakistan
    and i m a supplier of scrap tyres..and i m also supply these types of beautiful pots..
    if any buddy wants to saw theese pictures..
    so plz kindly notify my e-mail address..
    any query or any contact with me...
    my id:
    bilal_jaffrani@hotmail.com
    jaffranibrothers@gmail.com
    thanx
    waiting 4 ur reply...

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  9. Great Ideas! I have found many guides to many that are shown here . But, not the ones I would like to make. I want to make the smaller tire planters or medium planters. Is there some way that I can get the instructions on how to do it step by step??? Thank you for sharing all of this with everyone. I very much appreciate it.

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  11. Hi! I'm very interested in these - such a brilliant idea that looks stunning. Do you know of anywhere in Australia I can get one? I'm not so crafty so couldn't ever make it myself but if someone else does and sells it, I would love to know!!

    Thanks.

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