It’s almost summer, and now is the time to bring a little bit of greenery into your home. You don’t need to be an expert gardener to add a little bit of plant life onto your window sill. These creative DIY succulent planters are the perfect way to show off your pretty plants without breaking the bank. Don’t be afraid to step outside the box and get creative with your containers and holders. With a little creativity and imagination, you can DIY these succulent planters in no time. From mason jars to berry baskets and vintage tea tins, these beauties are perfect for any room in your home.
Planting your succulents in a decorative birdcage will give you that old, rustic look. It’s also a stress-free and simple way to show them off in any room in your home.
This one is perfect for your kitchen table, your patio or even in your garden. This berry basket planter is very simple and easy to make so it won’t take up much of your time. Next time you go berry picking keep the basket, you could turn it into a decorative piece for any spot in your home.
Mason jars and succulents are the perfect combination. Gather as many as you’d like to go on display, choose your favorite colors to paint each one, stick your succulents in and voila! The perfect succulent planter is ready to be shown off.
These little beauties only take 5 minutes to make. Dress up little bell cups by using a metallic paint pen and bright acrylic paint. once you’ve designed the planters and they took time to dry, fill them up with your sweet succulents.
Vintage Tea Tins
For low maintenance plants vintage tea tins are perfect to use. Place some succulents in some of your favorite tins, put them on display either on a shelf or mantle, then mist with with water every few weeks and you’re done!
For this DIY planter, use leftover items in your home. You can easily turn a colander into a succulent container by adding a few fresh coats of spray paint, gravel and soil. Talk about being very creative!
Card Catalog Drawer
If you have a couple of old drawers sitting around in your garage, don’t throw them away just yet. Turn them into pretty planters! You’ll have to drill a few hold in the bottom of each, line them both with garbage bags, fill with soil and then the best part – add all your succulents.
Creative Succulent Planter Ideas Credit to Bustle