Surprising Items You Can Repurpose into Succulent Planters

We often throw away those things that get broken or we do not want to use them anymore. But that might not always be the best thing to do. Sometimes, just has a good idea, and a little effort and time, they can be turned into new treasure, such as beautiful DIY succulent planters. Here are some excellent ideas:

1. Wrap glass bottles with white glue soaked yarn to serve as succulent planters:

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2. Pots and pans succulent planters – Just add a bit of potting soil inside, and house your succulents.

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3. Recycle those old cassette tapes by turning them into cute succulent planter:

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4. Put succulents into a vintage toolbox for creating a unique garden addition:

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5. Remove the internal parts of an old light bulb and turn it into hanging succulent garden:

6. Decorate the outside of empty tin or aluminum cans with burlap and lace to turn them into charming planters:

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7. Transform an Oil Tin into a DIY Vertical Succulent Planter:

Tutorial: Lovely Greens

8. If you have some empty spice jars lying around, why not plant with succulents?

9. Make Your Book Planters for Succulents:

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10. Reuse a bottle of shampoo or handwash by cutting it to make a planter:

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11. Stick the granite tile scraps together with hot glue for serving as succulent containers:

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12. RECYCLED typewriter makes a VERY cool SUCCULENT planter:

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13. Grab an old picture frame and cleverly use chicken wire and moss to make it a succulent wall garden:

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14. The cans of Coca Cola have bright colors, so you can use them to create beautiful tabletop gardens:

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15. Recycle old heels into succulent planters:

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