Terri J on Jan 24, 20235 out of 5 stars
These are adorable rain cloud water feeders. This time I added the glow in the dark moons to enhance the charm of these sweet water makers. Super relaxing to watch as well. These water my plants once a week as they are in semi shade inside my home.
Meredith on Jan 23, 20235 out of 5 stars
So so so so cute! My sister got my the cloud for Christmas but the additions were out of stock. I added the Sun, rainbow and lightning bolt. I’m usually a terrible plant mom, but this makes me want to water my plant so it’s been thriving!
From The Cloud Maker
How did it all start? Well, my kids decided a 3D printer would be the best Christmas present ever. Somehow, I ended up being the one to fall in love with what our 3D printer could do. I designed these clouds at first as a decorative item, but knew I wanted to do more with it. Eventually I came upon the idea of having the cloud rain on my houseplants. I didn’t expect my Rain Cloud to take me from artist/maker to entrepreneur, but it has. I am so happy to be able to share my creation with the world. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. And thank you for supporting a small business.
I live in Woodstock, GA with 2 kids, 2 dogs and my husband. A 3D printer changed everything. Both my husband and I enjoy creating with our 3D printer. He makes beautiful violins in his shop Aesthetic Instruments, and I make clouds.
Murray Plastics is an injection molding company that has worked closely with me to bring my design from an 8 hour 3D print into Injection Molding. Not only is this a much faster process but also creates less waste.
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Shape ways is a 3D printing service that allows me access to more materials for my designs.
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Frequently asked questions
Where did you get the idea for these clouds?
I originally designed these clouds as a decoration for my daughter’s bedroom. I fell in love with the shape and just wanted to do more with it. Then Covid happened and I found myself with lots of time on my hands and lots of houseplants so I thought it would be cool if I could get my cloud to rain on my houseplants. It took a lot of tinkering to get it right, but I am very proud of what I have created.
I have heard plants like to be watered from the roots, will this hurt my plant’s leaves?
So, I use this product in many of my houseplants, but not all. Nothing works for every plant not even all plants like dirt. This was made as a decorative item with a fun interactive element when you use it to water plants, however I still think that it works as a fun decorative element even if your plant doesn’t like being watered from above. That said, my pothos thrive with this type of watering. I am currently using it in succulents, hoya, calethea, tradescantia, cactus, maranta, peperomia, philodendron and of course pothos – I have a lot of house plants.
Are there other benefits to these rain clouds?
In addition to just being a fun decorative element you can add to your plant:
The acrylic rods offer support for plants that need it
It can be easier to remember to rotate your plant when you have a decorative element included
The reservoir holds 4oz of water so you can gauge exactly how much you are watering each time
The slow drip gives the soil more time to absorb the water
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