Succulents make great indoor plants. They don’t require very much work and are easy to care for, perfect for any brown thumb! Decorating with succulents one of my favorite ways to bring the outdoors in and add a bit of nature to your home. I have always had a love for these unusual plants and you will find them adorning the coffee tables in my home! Here are a few DIY succulent projects perfect for spring!
DIY Succulent Projects
This DIY Succulent Planter was created using an old trinket display case found at the thrift store. With a little paint and some faux succulents, it’s a planter that can be hung on the wall year after year.
This DIY living succulent wreath technique is brilliant! The succulents do really well! It’s also super easy for everyone!
This monogram succulent is so striking. I love how it feels personal because of the monogram. The plants add such a fun and unique element.
Make a Succulent Sphere. Whether they’re made from metal, hypertufa or wire, garden spheres add definition, like a punctuation mark in the garden. Your visitors will come to a complete stop to gaze at them!
Growing succulents is easy! They don’t require much water or sun so that makes them easy to maintain. I love them.
For another DIY project these cool DIY sneakers.
Two of these succulent projects are featured from Made by You Monday last week! Be sure to stop by tomorrow for another Made by You Monday. Show me what you are up to. Next week I could be featuring you.
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