DIY Succulent Wall Planter

It’s your lucky day! (See what I did there?) I got some adorable, little succulents and wanted a unique way to display them. Since it’s March and St. Patrick’s Day, I made an awesome DIY succulent wall planter with a unique twist: it’s shaped like a shamrock! I had a bunch of scrap wood and wanted an excuse to practice with my Ryobi scroll saw so I tried my hand at cutting this festive shamrock design.
For this project I started with a shamrock design I printed from the internet, but you could use any shape for the project! A simple design works best, and this is a simple starter project for someone looking to get started with woodworking. A scroll saw is a very simple tool to use and can be used for tons of different projects.
After cutting the design, I painted the created a frame.
Next, add soil, moss, and wire then plant!
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Amber Oliver
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