6/30 | Simple DIY Succulent Planters

Hey everyone, how are you all doing today?! I’m so happy that spring is finally here, so to celebrate we are sharing not one, but two totally adorable Simple DIY Succulent Planters for you all to make to welcome spring! They make great decor for your desk area, because they’re small, but you can display them wherever you want. Everyone will love making these simple projects, and you can paint them to match your favorite colors and styles in your room or office. If you want to learn how to make them the video and full tutorial is down below! Happy crafting!

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DIY Mini Pallet Planter

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Supplies : 10 Paint Stir Sticks | Sand Paper | Americana Multi-Surface in Coffee Bean | Super Glue | Paintbrush | Hand Saw | Faux Succulents Screen Shot 2017-03-22 at 11.47.31 AMScreen Shot 2017-03-22 at 12.00.06 PM

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Step 1: Cut the stir sticks where the grooves for the handle begin, and paint them all in Coffee Bean.

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Step 2: Once dry, lay one of them down vertically on your work surface. Then arrange seven of them horizontally face down with a small gap between each one.

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Step 3: Glue the final three sticks onto the back face down with space in between, allow to dry.

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Step 4: Glue the succulents onto your mini pallet, let dry, and display!

DIY Hanging Succulent Shadow Box

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Supplies: Americana Multi-Surface in Chartreuse | Hammer | Scissors | Small Shadow Box | Small Potted Faux Succulent | Drill | Twine Screen Shot 2017-03-22 at 11.50.43 AM

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Step 1 : Pop out the back of the shadow box with the back of the hammer, then drill a hole in the top of the box.

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Step 2: Paint the entire box in Chartreuse and allow to dry.Screen Shot 2017-03-22 at 11.53.29 AM

Step 3: Cut three pieces of twine about 8″ long, and tie one end of the pieces together to hold the planter.Screen Shot 2017-03-22 at 11.54.08 AM

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Step 4: Pull the twine through the hole you drilled and tie a knot to hold the hanging succulent. Display and enjoy!

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