Vintage Tins and Succulents DIY Planters

Vintage Tins and Succulents DIY Planters

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Vintage Tins and Succulents DIY Planters
Vintage Tins and Succulents DIY Planters
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Instead of spending $20 on a store-bought pot, make your own out of recycled materials. These Vintage Tins and Succulents DIY Planters are a great way to use your old kitchen or storage materials for something new, and they don't cost a cent! Spend five minutes putting together these beautiful DIY garden projects, and you can enjoy them all summer long. Succulents with bright flowers or leaves contrast nicely against the weathered look of your old tins or containers. Try using other recycled materials to put together more creative planter ideas.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsNature Material, Recycled Materials

Primary TechniqueHome Decor

Difficulty LevelEasy

SeasonSummer

Project TypeMake a Project

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I have done a similar planting proct using expels for drainage, but not thought of charcoal. I actually have that mustard tin! Succulents are a good choice because they are forgiving to raise. Using larger tins or containers, I have. Christmas cactus and an aloe plant.

Darn auto correct.... Plant project Using pebbles for drainage! I am now thinking of saving possible containers and planting for gifts! That is a win win for the environment and fun!

I have a collection of ancient tins and have been planting in them so happy to see these suggestions. I put charcoal in the bottom of the tins, but had not thought of the pebbles. We shall have a grand re-potting. (Re-tinning?) Thank you for the help

and shall use only succulents this time lol

Um, excuse me while I go thrifting for some new succulent planters!!!

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