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Do not throw the strawberry boxes! Group different plants to create a simple but cheerful arrangement.
Tutorial: Simple As ThatSucculents in cages
Hang miniature bird cages to create a small garden with a lot of style.
Get the tutorial at Succulents & Sunshine.
Tutorial: Succulents & SunshineCups of tea with succulents
Give a new life to the old crockery and create a small and elegant composition.
Tutorial: Tattooed MarthaIn a dinosaur!
With a prehistoric plastic toy of your children and a little spray paint you can do something unique. Use several dinosaurs of different sizes to create an original set of pots.
Tutorial: Maggie Overby StudiosSucculents in eggshells
These delicate egg shell pots are an ideal (and economical!) Centerpiece for spring. Mix and match with brown eggs to achieve a more rustic style.
Tutorial: Little InspirationIn tea cans
After spending the last bag of Earl Gray, save the can. And get cans of different varieties of tea to create a beautiful set.
Tutorial: SisooIn a kitchen drainer
Recover your old kitchen utensils to put them to good use.
Tutorial: House By HoffSucculent Books
This original idea is perfect for bibliophiles. After reading your favorite book enough times, reuse its worn pages to cradle your favorite plant.
Tutorial: Apartment TherapySeashells
These pots for succulent so beachy are very easy to make and will instantly give your space a look from beach house.
Tutorial: BillabongSucculents on LEGO chips
You will never trip over one of those annoying chips on the floor if you use them for these lovely mini plants.
Tutorial: Journey Into CreativityChewing gum machine
A gum dispenser vintage, a succulent lowercase ... and you will have the most beautiful retro ornament of your house.
Tutorial: The Crafted SparrowSucculents in jars
There is practically nothing that cannot be done with the well-known Mason Jar, so planting succulents will not be an exception.
Tutorial: The 36th AvenueRetro telephone
All you need is a retro telephone and neon paint to create this peculiar "pot" for your succulents inspired by the 60s.
Tutorial: I Spy DIYWine corks
The perfect excuse to open a bottle of wine! Save the corks to create these mini pots with magnets.
Tutorial: Upcycle ThatCanned succulents
A new way to recycle: Your favorite soup will also be the perfect pot for your succulents.
Tutorial: Like a Saturday
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