My Mini Succulent Garden I Made as a Gift for a Neighbor.

It was our friends anniversary and I had nothing for a gift so I rushed around and remembered I bought this little birdhouse from Dollar General for $2. and I have a bunch of succulents in my garden and I got to work. Step by step photos
This dirty planter bottom has been in my yard for years collecting dust and mold. Took a lot to clean it up. Still looked yucky so I grabbed the spray paint.
Next was embellishments for the mini garden. I had some wire and some old ties so I made a small table and chair for the little camping trailer/ birdhouse.
Its my first time making wire furniture. So It turned out ok, I was rushed to get this done. Once I put it all together it look cute.
Collected some rocks and potting soil and placed everything where I wanted it.
Ta Da! Gave it to my friends and they loved it. Thanks for letting me share.

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3 of 6 questions
  • Carolyn Noyer
    on Apr 2, 2016

    The trailer is a birdhouse?

    • Dianna Lawson
      on Aug 8, 2017

      Please let me know where the trailer came from I am out on the hut I make fairy gardens
  • Cathy Sorrells
    on Apr 3, 2016

    Don't succulents need drainage? I wasn't sure if there was any in this pot?

    • Mary McDonald
      on Mar 8, 2017

      PS. If you want to root from a slip, you can put them in water or just leave to dry on the counter for three days and they will root very fast. PPS. And I have a brown thumb! 😄

  • Rose Blaine
    on Feb 22, 2017

    What kind of paint did you use. I have sprayed those before and it still got mold on them

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  • Amy15704624
    on Mar 27, 2017

    So cute. Your neighbor is a lucky lady.
  • Janerose
    on Feb 11, 2019

    Totally going to do this with my grandchildren to make fairy n gnome gardens thank you for the inspiration...

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