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15 Succulent Ideas: Some to Buy, Some to DIY!

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Succulents have to be the “it” plant of the year don’t you think?  Everywhere I turn around I spot another adorable idea on how to plant one.  They seem to thrive in all sorts of various vessels from vintage flour sifters to typewriters.  Today I’ve found fifteen succulent ideas to share; some to buy, some to DIY.  (Above: Vintage beakers – photo + styling by Kirin Notebook). Follow the jump for the slideshow!

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15 Succulent Ideas: Some to Buy, Some to DIY!

Various Antique Vessels

seattlebridemag.com. (Photography by Kathryn Barnard).

About Poppytalk:

Jan is the author and co-founder of the Canadian design blog, Poppytalk. She is also a huge supporter of all things handmade and is proud to devote her time to her online marketplace, Poppytalk Handmade.

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Jan Halvarson is a co-founder of Poppytalk, an internationally-lauded design blog with an indie sensibility. She lives and works in Vancouver, Canada. Read bio and latest posts → Read jan's latest posts →

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2 thoughts on “15 Succulent Ideas: Some to Buy, Some to DIY!

  1. Lisa Gutierrez says:

    Oh wow! So many wonderful ideas! I saw a blog post once about knitting a little container out of wool, filling it directly with damp soil, and stitching it closed. Then, you dip your cutting in root hormone and stick it through the holes in the yarn. It combined my favorites–knitting and succulents!

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