Rustic Succulent Centerpiece

8 Materials
20 Minutes
Create this simple, rustic centerpiece out of just a few common materials. Perfect for indoors or outdoors!
This DIY Rustic Succulent Centerpiece is great for an outdoor entertaining area. When you are finished with it adorning your table, you could even place it in the garden or on a window sill for everlasting charm!  Here are a few other Simple Garden Projects you may enjoy as well.
Attach the three three inch drill bit. Drill holes across the flat , cut surface of the wood about 1-2″ apart and halfway deep.  You will then need to use the chisel to pull the wood out of the holes since they won't naturally pop out since you aren't drilling all the way through.
Remove the hole saw bit from the drill and attach the 1/4″ drill bit. Finish drilling through the existing hole in the bottom of the log for drainage.
Plant a succulent into each hole in the middle and place a tea light candle at each end.
Clean off excess dirt and place rocks around the succulents if you desire.
Enjoy your beautiful rustic centerpiece at your next get-together or use on the table for your next date night. Customize with your favorite succulents or other short, easy to grow plants. This centerpiece would make a wonderful gift as well. If you are looking for special gifts be sure and check out my article on Gifts for Gardeners.
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