Vintage Cheese Box Succulent Planters ~

I’ve been collecting vintage cheese boxes & old glass insulators for a while with no real plan on what I’d do with them and then one day it hit me ~ plant them!
Love how the blue glass insulators match the print on this box perfectly!
Vintage cheese boxes & succulents I think it’s a perfect pairing ~

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  • Shellie Friedrich
    on Jan 18, 2018

    love these! just what we are looking for to use at our daughter's wedding! Can you tell me how you found them and where, thanks so much.
    • Diana Wearing
      on Jan 18, 2018

      Flea markets, barn sales and antique stores are good place to hunt for these you can also find them online at Etsy or EBay. Prices are kind of all over the place depending on size, condition, age and branding. Smaller boxes start around $5-$6 the large ones I’ve seen range from around $15-$30. They do make great centerpieces a friend of mine borrowed mine for her wedding

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