Below are 3 DIY succulent decor ideas that you can do for your home, office, or make as a special gift for a friend or special loved one.
I did this DIY project with my fraternal twin sister Tosha and we had so much fun doing so as seen in the bloopers at the end of the video.
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For our first look, we made succulent terrariums. The terrariums were purchased wholesale at the flower district here in downtown Los Angeles, but you can also buy these online.
The second look we made succulent planters using a fine China bowls and a teacup that I purchased from The Good Will.
For our third DIY succulent decor idea, we made a simple candle center piece using a plastic bowl purchased from the $.99 Cent Only Store.
We bought our succulents at our local plant nursery, as well as at the flower district. However, you can also buy succulents at your local Home Depot, Lowes, the $.99 Cent Only Store, or The Dollar Tree (succulents may not be available at the $.99 Cent Only Store or The Dollar Tree year round).
As for the other items we used for our DIY succulent decor ideas video, most were from the $.99 Cent Only Store and The Dollar Tree like the white and natural colored rocks, the faux succulents, white sand, plastic bowl, and even the planting soil.
So, definitely be sure to check out the $.99 Cent Only Store and The Dollar Tree to make your own succulent terrariums and succulent planters (spring time is when you will mostly find the gardening items).
1. Assorted Succulent Plants
2. Terrariums (2)
3. Fine Chine Bowls (2) and Teacup
4. Plastic Bowl
5. Planting Soil
6. White and Natural Colored Rocks
7. Tealight candles
2. A Spoon
4. Garbage Bag
Song: Cool Ride
Genre: R&B & Soul | Funky
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