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DIY RUSTIC FARMHOUSE SUCCULENT PLANTER

Do you like plants but can’t keep one alive long enough to enjoy them?

If you like succulents, this is a great DIY that you won’t even need to remember to water!

DIY RUSTIC FARMHOUSE SUCCULENT PLANTER

  • Difficulty: easy
  • Print

MATERIALS

  • small wooden sectioned planter
  • brown acrylic paint (optional)
  • small glass jars or metal cans (that will fit in planter)
  • 3 faux succulents
  • super glue
  • small gravel or decorative rocks

DIRECTIONS

  1. If you want to change the color of the planter, paint it first.
  2. Once the paint dries, carefully spread glue on the bottom of each jar or can AND the spot where you want to place it in the planter.
  3. Adhere the jar or can to the base of each section in the planter.
  4. Carefully pour gravel or decorative rocks into each jar or can while glue is drying.
  5. Allow 24 hours for glue to bond.
  6. Place on a table, countertop, or shelf and enjoy!


Do you enjoy having faux plants around the house?


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