Succulents are a great addition to your home for spring. Unfortunately, if you have a black thumb like me, the faux ones are the preferable way to add them. These 14 DIY succulent planters are the perfect way to dress up your home when you’re not great at taking care of houseplants. No matter what your décor style is you will find succulent ideas to suit your home. After you are done getting your DIY on, stick around and check out the Merry Monday link party!
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MCM Atomic Dish Planters (Vanessa at Gardening in the Shade)
These are the perfect planters if you love that 50’s sputnik style. Find out how to make your own atomic planters for succulents easily.
Faux Succulent Mug Planter (Erlene at MyPinterventures)
You know I love all things coffee and that includes finding unique ways to add it to my décor. This mug planter is the perfect DIY décor to rock your coffee addiction!
DIY Faux Succulent Wreath (Amanda at The Kolb Corner)
You won’t believe have crazy easy this wreath is to make. Add succulents to your door with this awesome DIY.
DIY Gold Succulent Figurines (Chelc at Inside the Fox Den)
If you are looking for a glamorous way to add succulents to your décor then this is the DIY for you. It’s easy and perfect for year-round gorgeousness!
DIY Americana Clay Pot Wreath (Shirley at Intelligent Domestications)
Rock your door décor with this gorgeous wreath. It is great for carrying your home all the way through July!
Galvanized Bucket Hanging Succulent Planter (Michelle at Our Crafty Mom)
Word seriously cannot express how much I am in love with this succulent planter. This will definitely be making an appearance on our walls soon. It is so easy to make and a gorgeous piece of wall art!
Mini Succulent Arrangements (Amy at My Life From Home)
How do you make something even more awesome? You make it mini! These mini succulent arrangements are a fantastic DIY to add a touch of green to your home.
Dollar Store Faux Succulent Planters (Laurie at My Husband Has Too Many Hobbies)
Dollar store crafts are seriously the best! These beauties are easy to make and inexpensive.
Succulent Stacker (Megan at Left in Knots)
Don’t have a lot of shelf space? These crocheted stacked pots are the perfect solution for you. Find out how to make the holder for your home today.
DIY Faux Succulent Centerpiece (Emily at Two Purple Couches)
The dining room deserves some décor love during the year too. This easy DIY centerpiece is an easy way to dress up your spring table.
DIY Faux Succulent Planter (Amanda at The Kolb Corner)
This succulent planter is so versatile there is no doubt that you will find the perfect place in your home to display it.
Spring Floral Design Using Birch Bark (Penny at Penny’s Vintage Home)
How do you make succulents even better? You add some awesome birch bark to the planter. That is why I am so in love this gorgeous piece of DIY décor.
DIY Faux Succulent Chalk Paint Planter (Angela at Organized and Simplified)
This succulent planter is perfect for making use of old jars you have lying around. It is also a fantastic way to add some farmhouse charm to your décor.
Succulent Garden (Michelle at Our Crafty Mom)
Last but certainly not least is this gorgeous craft-stash buster. It looks perfect hanging on your wall or as a gorgeous centerpiece on your table.
All of these 14 DIY succulent planters are super easy additions to your spring décor. After you’ve figured out which ones you are going to make come back and check out the Merry Monday link party. We love seeing what you share each week. Your creativity and useful tips are always inspiring. See you down there!
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