We’ve seen it coming these last couple years: Succulents have become mainstream. No longer do they flourish in just terra cotta. They can be decorations, wall hangings, or even wreaths.
One idea that really caught my eye however, was the succulent ornaments.
The ones I came across were made of blown glass globes, and they were on the “pricier” side. So after some thought, I came up with a way to copy the look for less.
The time took to create my look: less than 20 minutes.
one plastic ornament from Michael’s Craft Store: price- $2.99
exacto knife (already owned)
potting soil (already owned)
succulents (I have a succulent garden, so I was able to take a few sproutings from a plant)
gravel (I scooped about 1/8 of a cup from my fish tank) You could also buy gravel at a gardening store.
Whether you end up hanging your creation on a Christmas tree, make several and stagger them from a window, or even wrap it up as a unique Christmas present…Be proud of your “green” design!
OMG! these are seriously amazing! love love love!
Awww, I’m obsessed with succulents and these are adorable!
These are gorgeous! And I’m so impressed with your thrifty alternative for creating these precious ornaments.
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So cute! Love it!
You should try it! SOO easy:)
OMGosh! I love these! They would make a perfect Hostess Gift! Thank you for posting this.
Superb post! (Someone here in NYC sold these at a Christmas fair, don’t recall who/where.)
Please repost next Xmas! 🙂
Glad you enjoyed. It was really easy to make. You should try:)