Living Succulent Frame
When I opened the package that came with this support frame, I immediately thought that I can use this frame to make it a Living Succulent Frame that I've been dreaming for! With the help of Eli and Abbie, we built this Living Succulent Frame at the cost of almost nothing; it's a fun office project! Now we get to enjoy the little garden art in the office! :)
Put soil and plant all sort of colors of Succulent about 1.5 inch apart from each other. Then put the moss underneath the mesh wire (this is very important because it not only make the whole frame look better, but also helps hold the soil without falling out.) There you go, here is the finish Living Succulent Frame. Look forward to seeing yours!
Spray bronze color paint over the paint stainless frame, to give it a touch of elegance.
Cut the thin board until it fits perfectly under the frame and use a drill to drill holes in, an inch in distance between each hole.
Loop the wire through the holes and tighten it with a plier.
Loop the wire through holes until it becomes a mesh in front of the frame
Pour soil into frame
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- Spray Paint (amazon)
- Wire (Michaels)
- Stainless steel frame (free from delivery package)
- Thin board/ left over from preious' project (lowes)
Published July 17th, 2017 10:34 PM
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Is there a type of light u need to put near this live wall succulent if there not enough out door light to come in