Clay Pot Succulent Wreath

5 Materials
$18
20 Minutes
Easy

These succulent wreaths are great and so easy to care for.


Because they're succulents, you rarely need to water them and they'll stay healthy for a long time!

This easy wreath can be hung on your door or even inside on a wall.


It's easy to make and easy to care for

Tools:


  • Hot Glue Gun


Materials:


  • 18 inch Grapevine wreath
  • 12 terracotta pot small
  • 3 succulents
  • 1 bunch Moss
  • 1 count White Bird


Step 1: Mockup


Dry fit the pots around the wreath so you know where you want to glue them on.

Step 2: Glue The Pots


Glue the pots into place around the wreath.



You can put them all upright or off-kilter, use your imagination as to how you position the clay pots.

Step 4: Fill Pots


Add moss to some of the pots.

Add succulents.

Even add a little decoration from your craft supply drawers, like this bird!

Step 5: Display


Now comes the hard part, deciding where to display your wreath!

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  • Nia Donovan Nia Donovan on Jul 09, 2021

    It's really cute. I would be concerned that if the wreath would be used on a front door the glue will eventually give way due to the elements. That could be avoided by using floral wire to attach the pots to the wreath if the pots have holes in the bottom.

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