DIY Planters 1 – Glass Planters using Dollar Tree supplies
Hello friends, ever since we moved into our own house, I have been putting indoor plants and succulents in all our rooms. I have also been making my own planters :-)
These I made from Dollar Tree glass candleholders! I got three of the tall ones and one pack of the little ones – there are two in a pack for $1!
To stagger their heights, I adhered a small one upside-down to one of the tall ones using E3600 glue. For another one, I used one of the older candleholders I had in my stash and adhered that one same way. Before adhering I removed the leftover candle from that one by simply placing it in hot water for a couple mins to melt the wax on the sides. The last one I left as is.
Originally, I made these to work as part of my centerpiece at one of our office parties. I had planned to put flameless candles in each of these, but for that one, I ended up not doing the candles after all.
So now, I repurposed these glass vases and turned them into planters!
For the tallest one, I added moss and a fake basil plant.
For the second and their tallest ones, I simply added some moss, an air plant and a sparkly rock. The air plant came from Lowe’s. The sparkly rock is something my girls bought from the zoo and we broke it to reveal the sparkly insides.
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Big Hugs! ~Varada