DIY: Little Succulents

I have somewhat of a ‘black thumb,’ therefore I tend to lean towards plants I can’t kill. Cue: succulents. They require very little maintenance and add the perfect amount of green to any space. I’ve recently become obsessed with planting tiny succulents into less than conventional vessels. They’re cute–mainly because they’re small–but also make a great conversation piece.  And since this is the season of giving, they make the perfect ‘little something’ to give to a hostess, co-worker, neighbor, etc., and it’s something they can keep out year ’round.

Each of these plants were around $3 from Lowe’s.  You can also normally find small succulents at the grocery store with the potted plants and herbs.
I went through my china cabinet and pulled out a vintage sugar bowl, wine glass, and milk glass creamer.

I spooned in a little bit of potting soil to each one so that they fit snuggly. And, voila! How easy [and darling] it that?

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