Tiffany's Therapy
Tiffany's Therapy
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  • Colorado Springs, CO

Succulent Savvy

$45.00
2 Hours
Easy

Succulent's are not only very popular they bring an updated look to almost any room! I was out at Tuesday Morning's and came across this beautiful pot for all of $15.00 and decided to make it a dinning room table beauty. I lined the pot with plastic and placed a saucer in over that, then I added the dirt and topped with these beauties.
The Container!
The Container!
Love the grey base. Something warm and welcoming about this container!
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So Pretty!
succulent savvy, flowers, home decor, succulents
This added great impact when entering into the house.

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  • Shuganne
    on Sep 15, 2018

    That pot is gorgeous and fascinating. It looks like aged cement. Is it? I'm thinking it isn't or you would have covered the bottom with felt to keep from scratching the table. Is it ceramic? Plastic? It can't be wood?? The colors are what make it look perfect. I've seen so many antiquing projects but none of them caught my eye like this one.

    • Tiffany's Therapy
      on Sep 16, 2018

      It’s actually very heavy and has a clay pot feel. I did put little felt pads on the bottom so it wouldn’t scratch the glass table.

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