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I decided to make some living wall art with succulents. This time around was more of an experiment to see how it could be done. I have compiled ...
Materials: Scrap stained 1"x6" Redwood, old picture frame, scrap wire mesh, scrap 1"x12" Redwood, caulk, cactus mix soil, moss and succulent cutlings. Tools: Table saw, finish nail gun, ...
To start I cut the frame box and made each side 12".
Then I finish nailed the box together and made a "top" and "bottom". The top and bottom pieces were the areas where I nailed the box together so ...
I cut the back piece and finish nailed it on the inside of the box.
Then I caulked the back and all the corners of the box to seal the planter frame up.
I took the scrap frame and cut it down in size to secure the wire mesh to the frame box and give the box a more finished look. ...
I put the cactus soil in the box and compacted it down. I put a very think layer of moss on top of the cactus mix in order ...
I have quite a few succulents growing in my yard so I cut a bunch off in order to make my living art. The ends of the cutlings ...
I arranged the succulents how I wanted to make something interesting and beautiful. They will take root in about 6 weeks and at which point, I will put ...
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