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Making a Planter from a Pot Bellied Stove

I have a pot-bellied with a hole in the top and the bottom. The problem with the top is, I haven't been able to find a pot to fit in the top because of little things sticking out on two sides of the top. If I do use a pot it would have to be a small pot which will leave a lot of space around the pot.


As for the bottom there is a hole and I had planned to fill the stove up with plastic bottles, but with the hole at the bottom, even the bottles would fall out. I want to use the stove as a planter. I need to know what to use in the bottom of the stove that will hold the bottles in and allow for drainage. I might could make do with a smaller pot and plant small flowers that will fill the space around the pot. I think I would have the top part solved, but I need something at the bottom to hold in the bottles.

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